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  • adv. With respect to time.


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time +‎ -wise


  • However, this period of downside has lasted only a week (so far), but is correcting an upmove that last 2 months, and is likely not yet long enough "timewise".

  • Modulating his voice with a timbre of reverence for the institution he would soon inherit, Reagan articulated an appropriately abstract statement that might have seemed scripted and memorized had it been possible timewise to do either.

    Carl Sferrazza Anthony: How Hollywood Helped Reagan Change Washington (PHOTOS)

  • The further out timewise the more likely this is to be true.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Anyone been following the build up to next falklands war?

  • They discover that they are in the past timewise, and in the very end, the present catches up with them?

    The Tail Section » A Return Date for ‘Lost’?

  • Short notice, but I'm flexible timewise these days.

    creeping aginess

  • Outside of collecting, the main value of an arc is timewise for fans who cannot wait, so the price drops as release date comes or more arcs are thrown in...

    What Should Reviewers Do With Unwanted ARCs?

  • The Q&A segment of the evening was limited timewise, and there was no way to find out in advance what someone might ask, but it was odd that two people who had never seen 'Doctor Who' before and in one case, never even heard of it before! were chosen to ask questions.


  • It was one thing to hope to fill in a short (timewise) trough between 2007 and a resumption of 2007-like levels of public spending a few months or couple of years later, but an entirely different crisis faces us if the reality is that we dropped off a debt-fuelled escarpment (bubble) and we fail to reduce expenditures to match the new reality.

    The case for raising taxes - John Geddes -

  • You know, a boy and a girl are born near each other timewise in the city, and they have to get married sometime near their thirtyfifth birthdays.


  • Up to a distance of about three hundred miles, electrified railroads can compete timewise for passenger traffic with the airlines which increasingly are plagued with congestion and pollution both in the air and on the surface around airports.

    Energy and Society~ Chapter 16~ Energy in a Contracting System


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