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The fellows under the plan are the directors, executives and other employees of the company, chosen from time to time by the Committee. It is important to note that a reference to 12:00 p.m is ambiguous. Given the risk that a party will need a bad combination of a.m. in the 24-hour system, it is strongly recommended that a clause in the contract refer to either 11:59 a.m. or 00:01 p.m. as a benchmark. By the way, note that cartoonists use at all times in an attempt to convey the same meaning as occasionally. Click here to see troy`s comment on this. But at any time, there is certainly no improvement on from time to time. [1] You can find more comments on the Greenwichmeantime website. when a deadline is set by the contract or set by the contract, at a date set within that time, unless the circumstances indicate that the other party must choose a time frame; But in such contexts, I would not use it from time to time.

It means “from time to time.” A party may exercise its right episodically, but it can also exercise it, for example twice as a result. Instead, I would make use of one or more occasions: first, and obviously, the repeated exercise of a right is not possible, in the case of a right which, by its nature, can only be exercised once, since, in Acme, that agreement can be terminated in the following circumstances. Despite this meaning, the term is used from time to time a little differently and in several contexts. First, it is specified that an appeal is necessary or admissible more than once: in any other case, within a reasonable time after the conclusion of the contract. From time to time, the bank may adjust the advance rate on one or more occasions based on changes in its collection experience with respect to accounts or other factors related to accounts or other security. If you are misreprescing, prefer to use a double point on a point between hours and minutes. Do not add hours or hours: 11:30 a.m. Use a.m. and p.m. (i.e.

separate points) only if you use the 12-hour system to view in the morning (ante meridiem) or afternoon (post-meridiem). But sometimes, given the context, it is so clear that the law is not a single right, that it is not necessary to say it explicitly: if a time is set by the treaty or determined by the treaty, then; From time to time, restrictive relative covenants have also come into force, which change a Nov rate.