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time′ line`

or time′line`,


n.
1. a linear, chronological representation of important events.
2. a schedule; timetable.
[1950–55]
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PESHAWAR -- Time line for execution of a host of development schemes in remote and far off areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was chalked out in a high level meeting co-chaired by KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan and Federal Minister Umar Ayub Khan.
Peshawar -- Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has directed to complete the Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit project within the time line under all circumstances.
Lastly, he contends that virtual time contains a plurality of time lines--that the future branches not to just different events that might occupy the same time line, but that the decision takes us into multiple futures at once.
UD secretary Sudhir Krishna said: " I had earlier informed about the twomonth time line ( to resume services).
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Time Line Therapy[R] (TLT) is one technique, among the many used by NLP Practitioners, that is an excellent way of assisting clients to make immediate changes in their lives.
This volume from the National Geographic Society consists of an illustrated time line of scientific achievements around the world from prehistory to the present day.
The time line for the re-launch part of DeltaQuest's online projects is interesting to see, as it seems they are launching the sites faster as they progress, below is the time line for the re-launch part of their online project:
He said the defence procurement procedure envisages a time line of up to two and a half years from the date of issue of request for proposal to signing of the contract in multi-vendor cases.
In four fifth- and sixth-grade classrooms, we asked students to read and respond to questions about a simple time line summarizing the career of baseball legend Sammy Sosa (adapted from a DRA booklet) (1) and a complex time line illustrating the cultural and political events of an era (The History of Us).
Below is a time line showing some expeditions to the North Pole.
He advocates a classified time line known only to the White House, Congress and Iraqi leaders rather than a public timetable.