Definition of Regulation time
1. Noun. (sports) the normal prescribed duration of a game. "The game was finished in regulation time"
Category relationships: Athletics, Sport
Generic synonyms: Period, Period Of Time, Time Period
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Literary usage of Regulation time
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1. Time Study and Job Analysis as Applied to Standardization of Methods and by William Otto Lichtner (1921)
"Line Drawing of a regulation time-Study Board .... 86 19. regulation time-Study Sheet 88 20. Regulation Final Tabulation Sheet 106 21. ..."
2. Union Pacific Employes' Magazine by Union Pacific Railway Company, J. N. Corbin (1886)
"Editor Magazine : Everything in Golden is quiet, both in railroad and outside circles, the shop men are working the regulation time and road men are working ..."
3. Union Pacific Employes' Magazine by Union Pacific Railway Company, J. N. Corbin (1887)
"Both of the Union Pacific shops are busy as usual on regulation time. The retrenchment order is in force, and on account quite a ..."
4. Comparative Summary of Laws Relating to the Regulation of Telephone and by American Telephone and Telegraph Company (1914)
"If upon such investigation it shall be found that any regulation, time schedule, act, or service complained of is unjust, unreasonable, insufficient, ..."
5. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1912)
"At the time the Hyde park train left Woodlawn, the Cincinnati train was nearly an hour behind the regulation time, and had lost its precedence of the Hyde ..."
6. Theory and Practice of Teaching by Edward Thring (1883)
"Every good Teacher after he has spent the regulation time in doing the regulation lesson, hearing the construing, and questioning the grammar in and out of ..."