Sentences with word «time»
Time is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
The price of silver has been range-bound for quite some time
, while gold on the other hand has done fairly well on medium to long-term basis.
After 14 years spent building a recognised vehicle hire business in the north-west, Sean and Lisa Clarke — owners of McLaren Hire — have decided it's time
for a change.
The study's authors found that on days when participants hit the gym, they reported managing their time
more effectively, being more productive, and having more cheerful interactions with colleagues.
And e-mail is nearly 40 times
more successful at acquiring customers than Facebook and Twitter combined, according to a recent study by McKinsey & Company.
I will always cherish that unhurried time
together with my baby.
For some time
, therefore, business users have demanded the same functionality for enterprise apps.
The deal comes at a time
when megadeals have fallen significantly.
Seasonally, the last time
gasoline traded at a discount to diesel was in 2013.
Lo and behold, they found that the more time
a person spent checking sites like Facebook, the more likely they were to experience problems with their sleep.
You have time
to plan thoughtfully, so do just that.