spare time


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leisure time

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time available for hobbies and other activities that you enjoy

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time that is free from duties or responsibilities

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New Delhi [India], Feb 22 ( ANI ): Amidst all the controversy surrounding Justin Trudeau's invitation to Khalistani terrorist Jaspal Atwal for a dinner reception, the Canadian Prime Minister was seen spending some spare time along with his children by playing cricket at Delhi's Modern School cricket ground.
The youngster gave his 395,000 Instagram followers a glimpse into what he gets up to in his spare time ahead of flying out for Bordeaux's French Cup game against Granville yesterday - and he is putting that time to good use.
Virgin Trains published the results of its poll to mark the launch of its Free Me campaign, encouraging people to make the most of their spare time.
Helen Byrne, who works at Sainsbury's in Brighouse, gave up her spare time to volunteer as part of the Local Heroes scheme.
If you have any spare time and you wish to help at any of these planned events all, it takes is just a phone call to get more details.
In his spare time Patrick runs, cooks and is a huge hip-hop fan.
In my spare time I spend a lot of time gardening and doing Sudoku's and cryptic crosswords.
And with England's Copacabana beachfront luxury hotel offering a spectacular setting, Gerrard doesn't see spare time as being a major problem.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 15, 2014-One in five adults in UK use spare time to grow a new business, Barclays survey shows
And with that spare time becoming less and less available, our proficiency suffers.
You don't expect the Queen to do something like that," Harry added, quipping: "What she does in her spare time is her spare time .
GETTING sweaty in your spare time means you'll be twice as likely to stave off depression as someone who doesn't.
In his spare time, he is studying to prepare for a possible new career for when his playing days are over.
In Table 2, it is seen that 44,6% of the teachers spare time for teaching learning strategies in every lesson and 27,3% of them never spare time for teaching learning strategies.