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  • 101From Time to Time — may have one of several meanings.*For the Disney theme park film sometimes known by that name, see The Timekeeper. *For the Jack Finney novel, see From Time to Time (novel) *For the Paul Young compilation album, see From Time to Time The Singles… …

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  • 102Time for print — Time for Prints or Trade for Prints is a term used in many online photography communities describing an arrangement between a model and a photographer. It is often abbreviated TFP. Instead of paying for each other s services, the photographer… …

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  • 103time off — {n. phr.} A period of release from work. * /If I had some time off this afternoon, I would finish writing the letters I promised to my family./ …

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  • 104time off — {n. phr.} A period of release from work. * /If I had some time off this afternoon, I would finish writing the letters I promised to my family./ …

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  • 105Time-dependent density functional theory — (TDDFT) is a quantum mechanical method used inphysics and chemistry to investigate the proprieties of many body systems beyond the ground statestructure. It s an extension of density functional theory (DFT) to the time dependent domain asa method …

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  • 106Time of Useful Consciousness — (TUC) is defined as the amount of time an individual is able to perform flying duties efficiently in an environment of inadequate oxygen supply.cite book |title=Fundamentals Of Aerospace Medicine: Translating Research Into Clinical Applications,… …

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  • 107That Was the Year That Was — Live album by Tom Lehrer Released 1965 …

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  • 108From Babel to Dragomans — From Babel to Dragomans: Interpreting the Middle East is a 2004 book written by Middle East historian Bernard Lewis.DescriptionThe book comprises a series of scholarly essays and speeches given over the past 4 decades on the topic of the Middle… …

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  • 109time out — {n. phr.} Time during which a game, a lecture, a discussion or other activity is stopped for a while for some extra questions or informal discussion, or some other reason. * /He took a time out from studying to go to a movie./ * /The player… …

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  • 110time out — {n. phr.} Time during which a game, a lecture, a discussion or other activity is stopped for a while for some extra questions or informal discussion, or some other reason. * /He took a time out from studying to go to a movie./ * /The player… …

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  • 111Time for Timer — was the collective title for a short series of public service announcements broadcast on Saturday mornings on the ABC television network starting in the early 1970s. The animated spots featured Timer, a tiny (often ranging on microscopic) cartoon …

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  • 112From the Top — is a weekly one hour radio show produced in association with WGBH radio in Boston, Massachusetts. It showcases the nation s top young classical music performers. The program is broadcast weekly to a national audience of more than 750,000… …

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  • 113Time (rock band) — Time was a rock band from Yugoslavia that was formed in 1971 by Dado Topić (vocals) after leaving his previous band Korni Grupa. The original lineup consisted of, in addition to Topić, Tihomir Pop Asanović (organ), Vedran Božić (guitar), Mario… …

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  • 114Time reversal — may refer to:* In physics, T symmetry the study of thermodynamics and the symmetry of certain physical laws where the concept of time is reversed mdash; ie. where a mirror (reverse) transformation is applied to a forward direction time state. *… …

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  • 115Time and Again (TV series) — Time and Again was a retrospective television series aired on MSNBC from the network s inception in 1996 until 2000; it was hosted by Jane Pauley. The show ran 60 minutes, but sometimes 30 minutes on weekends when followed by Remember This? a… …

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  • 116From Jewish Folk Poetry — (opus 79) is a song cycle for soprano, mezzo soprano, tenor and piano by Dmitri Shostakovich. It uses texts taken from archives of Jewish folk music compiled and translated by Moyshe Beregovsky and Y. M. Sokolov. The piece was composed in the… …

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  • 117Time-lapse phonography — is the name for an audio signal processing technique developed by R. Luke DuBois for his pieces [http://www.cantaloupemusic.com/CA21020.html Messiah] and [http://lukedubois.com/billboard Billboard] . The core algorithm consists of a highly… …

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  • 118Time signature — Common time redirects here. For the short story, see Common Time. Simple example of a 34 time signature: here there are three quarter notes per measure. The time signature (also known as meter signature) is a notational convention used in Western …

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  • 119Time value of money — The time value of money is the value of money figuring in a given amount of interest earned over a given amount of time. The time value of money is the central concept in finance theory. For example, $100 of today s money invested for one year… …

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  • 120Time Enough at Last — Infobox Television episode Title = Time Enough at Last Series = The Twilight Zone Caption = Burgess Meredith as Henry Bemis Season = 1 Episode = 8 Airdate = November 20, 1959 Production = 173 3614 Writer = Rod Serling (Original story: Lyn… …

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