rest period


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Noun1.rest period - a pause for relaxationrest period - a pause for relaxation; "people actually accomplish more when they take time for short rests"
pause, suspension, intermission, interruption, break - a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something
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rest period

rest period

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The Ministry tweeted, "In addition to providing shelter and other preventive measures during the rest period, the midday break decision obliges employers to clearly display a schedule of the daily working hours, provided that it is written in Arabic and other language understood by the workers."
Apart from Rapava Ruskin and Ludlam, players from clubs involved in the Gallagher Premiership semi-finals - Saracens, Exeter, Gloucester and Northampton - will not feature at this stage due to a mandatory five-week rest period.
Another highly contentious change to the Labor Standards act includes conditionally allowing employees to work 12 days in a row once they take a mandatory day off either side of the 12-day period, instead of the current six, with the rest period between shifts changed from 11 hours to eight.
After evaluating the optimum curing hours, rest period and temperature beams and cylinders were cast for the evaluation of flexural and split tensile strength of lime-added fly ash-based geopolymer concrete.
Admittedly Juan de Jongh's hand injury limited options for Sunday's trip to Worcester on the day when British Lion Elliot Daly's rest period intervened for a final time.
According to Mitra, promoters and managers have proposed to reduce the rest period of boxers from the mandatory 45 days to 30 days, which the professional sports regulatory agency will most likely approve to increase the number of possible fights a boxer can have.
Among these variables, the rest period between sets, has been shown to be an important variable that might trigger acute and chronic adaptations (6,17).
The highly intense part is based on 80 to 90 percent of your maximum heart rate, while the rest period is about 40 to 50 percent.
ROBERTO Martinez will consider a brief rest period for Ross Barkley after admitting he brought him back too early from injury.
Said derogation allows coach drivers to take rest days after 12 days of driving, in contrast to the general rule for professional drivers, which imposes a rest period after six consecutive days of driving.
The new labor law says that "when a female worker returns to work following a maternity leave, she shall be entitled, in addition to the rest periods granted to all workers, to a rest period or periods not exceeding in aggregate one hour a day for nursing her infant.