Some articles on time, set time:
... the race the first was held from 0930 to 1115 local time on Friday, and an identically timed session was also held on Saturday ... was held on Friday afternoon from 1300 to 1400 local time, with the second held on Saturday afternoon at the same time ... The fastest time set by each driver from either session counted towards his final grid position ...
... If engaged by the week, month, year, or 7-year period, if the worker’s time expired during the day, the worker could collect the wages all that day ... If the worker’s time expired during the night, the worker could collect the wages all that night and the following day ... A worker who claimed the wages within the set time could collect payment if the worker merely swore that the employer had not yet paid ...
Famous quotes containing the words time and/or set:
“I waited alone, in the company of orchids, roses and violets wholike people waiting beside you, but to whom you are unknownmaintained a silence which their individuality of living things rendered more imposing and in their chilly manner received the heat from an incandescent coal fire, preciously placed behind a crystal glass, in a white marble tub where it dropped, from time to time, its dangerous rubies.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)
“What shall we say who have knowledge
Carried to the heart? Shall we take the act
To the grave? Shall we, more hopeful, set up the grave
In the house? The ravenous grave?”
—Allen Tate (18991979)