watch key

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: key - winder consisting of a key with a square hole; used for winding some watches
winder, key - mechanical device used to wind another device that is driven by a spring (as a clock)
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Others, though, are left to tread water, to watch key years of their career drift by, while they content themselves with a few cup matches or a brief stint in the team when injuries or suspension strikes.
Organisations could easily reduce the knock-on impact on their workers' productivity levels by o'ering <<exible working or allowing them to watch key matches in the o
Multiple holiday requests may be received for the same day from employees who want to watch key games.
STORYBOARDS - Watch key scenes from the film brought to life from the original sketches.
It must have been crushing for Ally McCoist to watch key men such as Steve Davis, Allan McGregor, Stevie Naismith and Steven Whittaker quit Ibrox in recent weeks.
Although I have been known to pause in the middle of some important character development or on a particular cliffhanger to watch key moments from The Breakfast Club or Willow.
Yesterday fans of the sport got to watch key races the Mayor's Plate for Men's Novice Coxed Fours final and the Durham City Plate for Men's Intermediate 3-Coxed Fours before a prizegiving ceremony later that evening in Durham Town Hall.
Only 21 percent of respondents stated that their employers had put plans in place to enable them to watch key games during working hours.
According to the Federation of Small Businesses, over half of small companies will be letting staff watch key matches.
Mr Norton, who also owns a modern plasma-screen TV, said he may still watch key World Cup games on the Ekco set.
If you missed the Chancellor's speech yesterday, you can also watch key extracts from the Budget at nebusiness.
They can watch key individuals closely, but all prisoners have basic rights to speak with each other.