deadline

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  • The first is to re-read a proof within its deadline and in the department itself.
  • For the first time in his career he worked without a deadline both during pre-production and during the shooting.
  • Throughout the morning they work on writing deadline pieces inspired by recent news, as well as longer-term projects.
  • He was given a deadline of six months to do this.
  • The deadline for the task can also be included in the minutes.
  • Under the new system, the project met the studio's deadline.
  • The two parties eventually reached an agreement after extending the deadline for a few hours.
  • The deal was completed just before the transfer deadline passed with him signing a four-year contract.
  • The context is that of a one-time effort, neither paid nor deadline-driven.
  • The match may be won by reaching a set amount of points, or reaching a set deadline in time.
  • Heavy weapons had not been removed when the deadline passed.
  • His deadline was on Friday, and he always worked several weeks in advance.
  • They said the deadline was one week, after which they would start killing the hostages.
  • The deal was completed just before the transfer deadline passed.
  • The Lightning were active during the trade deadline, similar to the previous season.
  • If more than one civilization remains at the deadline, the player with the highest score wins.
  • The deadline for completing the album was up and the band needed to record three songs that evening to complete.
  • Procrastinators end up being the ones doing most of the work in the final week before a deadline.
  • Such a deadline may convince a middle-aged person that their life needs to be lived as expected.
  • They decided upon a deadline of Friday afternoon to make a decision on the deal.
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Words starting with deadline

Synonyms of deadline

Meaning of deadline

  • noun The point in time at which something must be completed