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A Time appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):

  • To profess a time, dared, nude, I rub stars rats buried under a demitasse for pot.
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Phrases with A Time

  1. Many a Time and Oft
  2. at a time
  3. one at a time
  4. Once Upon A Time
  5. One Step at a Time
  6. Have a Whale of a Time
  7. To Have a Whale of a Time
  8. Put One's Pants on One Leg at a Time
  9. Put One's Trousers on One Leg at a Time

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Google previewPhenomenological Perspectives (2012)

Historical and Systematic Essays in Honor of Herbert Spiegelberg by Philip Bossert

Such a time is that wherein the beginnings and endings of organic intervals fade away and finally become indiscernible. But even...

Such a time is a vague “now” or series of nows which one may imagine to be divisible ad libitum. For this ...

Google previewUnix Security: The Complete Series (1989)

A Practical Guide to Security Measures by Bruce Medhurst

Cnix's inability to allow a user to be an active member of more than one group at a time is a major contributor to the cumbersome nature of Unix group usage. While clever usage of Unix script can disguise this fact from a user. administrators ...

Google previewSoft Matter Physics (2013)

by Masao Doi

〉, is called a time correlation function.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Americana : a popular dictionary of arts, sciences, literature, history, politics, and biography, brought down to the present time (1836)

A time consisting of one portion only would be impossible, as time requires a uniformity of the various, a periodically. From all this it appears that the kinds of time are not arbitrary inventions, as Rousseau seems to think. Uneven time is ...

Google previewFiber Optics Standard Dictionary (1997)

by Martin Weik

The time difference between a real clock and an ideal uniform time scale, after a time interval following perfect synchronization between the clock and the scale. Common abbreviation: TIE.

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Quotes about A Time

All in good time!
About time!
High time!
Just a moment!
Just in time!
As we speak!
Time was…
Meantime …
Doing time…
Prime time
The time of my life
The test of time
Time’s up!
Time to go!
The end of time
Now then!
Now now! (Stewart McKenzie)
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