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full time in Sport topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfull timeˌfull ˈtime noun [uncountable] British English  DSthe end of the normal period of playing time in a sports gamehalf time As the ball went in, the referee blew his whistle for full time.
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full timeBut despite that, Gloucestershire County Council still can't find another school that will accept him as a full time student.This assumes a gap of some years after full time schooling.Jacob also has been criticized for not staffing her El Cajon field office full time.But among those with children under 18,44 percent said they would choose to work part time rather than full time.There were 12 of us on the boat and three full time crew.Part-time Ulster Defence Regiment staff have been called-in to work full time.Many women work full time for the same reason many men do-they need the money for their families.