window of opportunity


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window of opportunity

Fig. a brief time period in which an opportunity exists. This afternoon, I had a brief window of opportunity when I could discuss this with the boss, but she wasn't receptive.
See also: of, opportunity, window
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As part of the national effort to highlight the lifelong value of Head Start, NHSA is soliciting videos from across the country, asking participants to share the meaning of the Head Start window of opportunity.
A current example where the window of opportunity should be of particular concern is in the many suppliers that are pursuing low-cost sources in China.
There is a small, window of opportunity with lower costs," said Wall Street Rising founder Julie Menin.
In a highly fragmented media environment, Yankee Group finds that video games present a promising window of opportunity as a growing advertising medium.
Rose sees that the window of opportunity for getting into the Hall of Fame, or catching a big-bucks managing job, is closing.
Given the relatively short window of opportunity (generally 2002 to 2004), real estate participants, including owners, landlords, tenants, brokers, investment bankers and speculators must seize the day (Carpe Diem), and immediately set into motion a plan of action to maximize their rightful share of this massive tax giveaway.
However, the window of opportunity for MBMS will be limited, given that dominant handset vendors Nokia and Samsung are aggressively pushing digital broadcast technologies today.
Hopefully, city and county leaders will recognize that the window of opportunity is now wide open for great redevelopment projects in the Valley.
With Mobile TV, MNOs have a 12-18 month window of opportunity, an advantage they better not squander with inadequate pricing and quality of service," comments Nick Holland, Pyramid Research Senior Analyst and author of "Rescuing 3G With Mobile TV: Value Chain, Business Models and Monetizing 3G.
We have a very small window of opportunity to preserve these natural areas.
Prime also sees a window of opportunity for purchasing full service hotels at attractive prices.
The timing of new production from Paladin's Langer Heinrich Mine in Namibia, which is expected to be followed into production in 2008 by its Kayelekera Project in Malawi, provides Paladin with a unique window of opportunity.
I wanted to afford them a window of opportunity to allow them to continue that success and allow the community to have that choice of a charter school,'' Lackey said.
Belarus: Russian Foreign Energy Policy aims to prepare the investor for just such a window of opportunity by providing essential information on transit, infrastructure and investment issues.
Those teams realize that Oakland's window of opportunity was very small, the White Sox window was small, the year we won 96 games (1999), our window was small.