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face time

n. time spent face to face with someone. (As opposed to over the telephone or by email, etc.) I need to have more face time with my children.
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Go to Phone or Face Time app then Contacts tab and select the contact to unblock
The power of face time you invested this year is clear from the impact you've had on the dialogue and the process.
In return, the women will be expected to chat with Face Time punters and "perform various acts as desired by clients".
Value to the firm no longer will be measured by the amount of face time or billable hours but rather by productivity and the quality of the work product.
Sometime before he hits the pulpit on Sunday, he's got to hit his knees during the week and spend some serious face time with God.
Its five courses, which include about 30 hours of face time and four to five hours of online work each, are:
Face time Babies studied between ages 6 and 9 months lost their ability to distinguish individual faces in animal species but started to develop an expertise in discerning human faces (161: 307 *).
If so, propose a study session to get a little more face time.
In the aftermath of the September 11th terror attacks, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) has assumed increased prominence, with its spokesmen garnering considerable face time on the network news and plenty of ink in the print media.
We need face time with people who matter to us so we can figure out how we feel and what to do next.
Here again Face Time falls exasperatingly short, despite the clever wordplay of its title.
More client face time for my dime," is a phrase that captures the results of Embassy Suites Hotels' Third Annual nationwide Business Travel Survey*.
The gadget has a new front-facing camera which lets users speak faceto-face on an application called Face Time.
The national survey also revealed that: -- Three-fourths of Americans agree that online social networks can never replace face time with friends and/or family.