time out

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Synonyms for time out

a pause from doing something (as work)

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At the time of its IPO, Time Out said it would continue to invest in technology and product to grow e-commerce and expand its team of engineers.
It is understood that a raft of top City fund managers are lining up to buy shares in Time Out, including renowned investor Neil Woodford.
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Thus the Xyleme solution allows TONY to augment its weekly print publications, providing subscribers with the opportunity to use Time Out Chicago's online edition (http://www.
Defenses can't waste time outs on plays that do this.
A spokesperson for Time Out said that it wants the relationship with Ebury help the company become the leading brand for travel guides, reports BookTrade.
New York now has its own Time Out, installed in offices designed by Margaret Helland Architects in downtown Manhattan.
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13 April 2016 - UK-based digital and print publisher Time Out Group has acquired Spain-based geo-mapping start-up HallStreet for an undisclosed sum, the company said.
Following the acquisition, the two co-founders of HallStreet, Alfredo Ouro Villaraviz CEO and Antonio Rodriguez de la Torre CTO, have relocated from their offices in Barcelona and San Francisco to Time Out's global headquarters in London, as Time Out employees.
The Pogues' 1987 classic was named the third best festive hit of all time by Time Out magazine, narrowly beaten by Wham's Last Christmas in second place and overall winner, Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas Is You.
The social media storm prompted Time Out Dubai to issue an apology.