- n. alternative spelling of time frame.
“You can argue with the need for immediate action, but beabling about the supposed specificity of the timeframe is a bit of a giveaway.”
“So the timeframe is almost exactly the same, if not a little bit earlier. source: AICN”
“I know I can be effective and help some team, I just have to see what the timeframe is and what opportunities present themselves to me.”
“The political process can work, it just doesn't often work, and the timeframe is waaaaaaaaaaay too long.”
“The emergence of a budget on carbon emissions within a tight timeframe is a 'rubber band' of tension waiting to break.”
“What kind of a timeframe is realistic, given the recent experience of $16 billion, five years, and an Orion/Ares I that appears to be as far away now as is was in 2005?”
“Simpson Mutambanengwe, who was recently chairman of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, said, The timeframe is no longer what appears to be envisaged by the political parties because we have a very big task.”
“The samples must be used for critical evaluation, however no timeframe is given in the regulations as to by when one must consume them.”
“The overly lengthy timeframe is most likely due in part to the fact Sony is looking to shoot Spider-Man in 3D.”
“Second, the timeframe is short: Experiments can be completed in a couple of hours, although long-term tests can be conducted if needed.”
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