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  • adj. off-peak


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  • Companies were able to avoid major production falloffs in the summer despite electricity shortages by switching operations to nonpeak hours and days.

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  • The airlines will bid more for the peak time slots compared to the nonpeak slots.

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  • As the costs come down in nonpeak months, move that extra money into savings instead of blowing it on something frivolous.

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  • On days when the needed renewable energy wasn't available, the smart meter would determine whether nonpeak energy was available.

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  • Some firms allow employees to take off the entire summer to devote to their children; some let employees work just three days a week during nonpeak months.

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  • His proposal would impose a price of $8 to $10 on cars entering the central business district, with lower rates for nonpeak hours and weekends.

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  • Deliveries of food and other supplies to the area could be timed at nonpeak hours.

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  • Some temporary lane closures may be required, but the tollway said these will be scheduled during nonpeak travel times. - News

  • Copper offered the Swinger's Pass intermittently during nonpeak times during the season.

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  • Snacks help boost sales in nonpeak hours, analyst says


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