2. Verb. (third-person singular of timeout) ¹
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Definition of Timeouts
1. timeout [n] - See also: timeout
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Literary usage of Timeouts
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1. Getting Started With The Sas Power And Sample Size Application by Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"timeouts If you do not use the application for a period of about 30 minutes, any information that you have entered and not saved may be lost. ..."
2. SAS(R) 9.1 Companion for Windows by SAS Institute (2004)
"Communications Port timeouts By default, if you are reading from a ... You can specify how communications port timeouts are handled by using the ..."
3. Manufacturing Systems: Foundations of World-Class Practice by Joseph A. Heim (1992)
"American football has three characteristics that soccer doesn't have: huddles, timeouts, and unlimited substitution. Soccer has no hurdles, no timeouts, ..."
4. Signposts in Cyberspace: The Domain Name System And Internet Navigation by National Research Council (U.S.), National Research Council (2005)
"To this day, however, correct handling of the possibility of timeouts during a DNS lookup represents an issue in application design. ..."
5. Screamfree Parenting: Raising Your Kids by Keeping Your Cool by Hal Edward Runkel (2005)
"I am not going to tell you whether to employ timeouts or spankings or charts or any other particular consequence. So many people constantly ask me about ..."
6. Drug Abuse Prevention for At-Risk Groups by Karol L. Kumpfer (1997)
"Instructions for the Parents' Game, giving effective commands and requests, and using timeouts are introduced. The importance of consistency is stressed. ..."
7. The Scottish Law Review and Reports of Cases in the Sheriff Courts of Scotland by Scotland Sheriff Courts (1885)
"The appellants maintain that the award is invalid in respect of the respondent's failure to give timeouts ..."
8. Getting Fit Your Way: A Self-paced Fitness Guide (1993)
"Restful sleep of 8-10 hours per night, naps, and "timeouts" during the day are basic guidelines; strict bed rest is usually not required. ..."