Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of man-month.

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Examples

  • Maintaining a seat on the Soyuz lifeboat and sending up supplies for 6 man-months isn't free.

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  • The barriers to entry are very low and thanks to free software, we are only a few man-months away from being able to implement any kind of solution without having to negotiate or ask permission from any body.

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  • So just imagine how many man-months or man-years are wasted, just like I wasted a day.

    Iqbal Quadir says mobiles fight poverty

  • So just imagine how many man-months or man-years are wasted, just like I wasted a day.

    Iqbal Quadir says mobiles fight poverty

  • So just imagine how many man-months or man-years are wasted, just like I wasted a day.

    Iqbal Quadir says mobiles fight poverty

  • And we talked in terms of "man-months" to get a change made.

    From On High

  • During that one week, the planner and his staff of eight may be able to put in two man-months working on the problem.

    The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning

  • During that one week, the planner and his staff of eight may be able to put in two man-months working on the problem.

    The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning

  • Anyone with experience in this field will already be beginning to smell the rot setting in: years of surveys and countless consultant man-months before anything actually gets done.

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  • But in certain instances-and only a comparative few would be accessible to the Byrie commandos; they hadn't many man-months to spend on this job - Havig saw marauders frightened off, or cut down if need be, by submachine gun fire.

    There Will Be Time

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