timely

All Adjective Adverb Noun
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  • No matter on land or sea, they are where the troops are and provide timely service.
  • In fact it is in many ways more timely today than it was when it was written.
  • Vehicles and equipment are located with each team to provide a more timely response.
  • Timely by the following year had its own staff in place.
  • As long as they are played in a timely manner, they count.
  • Without that timely warning they would not have been able to escape.
  • The Navy left food and water for a few weeks and then failed to return in a timely manner.
  • The timely arrival of these troops in early July broke up a siege.
  • This cannot be done without economic data that is complete, accurate and timely.
  • Its purpose was to offer timely and current topics on a regular basis.
  • The need to obtain timely results may prevent extending the frame far into the future.
  • This also allows the extended broadcast to finish in a timely manner.
  • The child should also have enough fluency to get through the material in a timely manner.
  • They must deliver musical elements within a timely manner and secure legal rights of the song before it is used.
  • The safe state must be achieved in a timely manner or within the "process safety time".
  • Plays must be made in a timely manner or face a penalty.
  • Other projects can be planned with a project network, but do not have access to true and timely actual cost data.
  • Failure to do so within a timely manner may result in termination.
  • All villains were defeated in a timely manner and justice was always served.
  • This is a major issue when the project is depending upon the committee to make timely decisions.
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