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tipping timeKippzeit {f}
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Übersetzung für 'tipping time' von Englisch nach Deutsch

tipping time
Kippzeit {f}
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Sarah Waters has won three awards in the Lesbian Fiction category, for "Tipping the Velvet" (2000), "Fingersmith" (2002), and "The Night Watch" in (2007), and is one of only three writers to have won the Lesbian Fiction award more than once (with two-time winners Dorothy Allison and Achy Obejas).
  • This can be prevented by tipping a few teaspoons of sugar into the soapy water and giving it some time to dissolve (but without stirring it).
  • In sociology, a tipping point is a point in time when a group—or many group members—rapidly and dramatically changes its behavior by widely adopting a previously rare practice.
  • Prime time programming includes "Tipping Point" spin off "Tipping Point:Lucky Stars", "Off Their Rockers", "All Star Family Fortune", "The Cube" and Australian Drama "Wentworth Prison".
  • Acceptable times for tipping are usually between 3 and 4 hours; time spent on site after that is considered "demurrage".
  • Other common tip methods are to insert the dollar into the stripper's cleavage from the hand or mouth, or to simply place it or toss it onto the stage. Tipping during a stage performance is prohibited by some clubs due to restrictions in local ordinance or past incidents on the premises.
  • In these cases hysteresis is mechanically achieved via positive feedback within a tipping point mechanism.
  • The tipping bucket rain gauge consists of a funnel that collects and channels the precipitation into a small seesaw-like container.
  • Malcolm Gladwell also relates this theory to the reality of New York City in his book, "The Tipping Point".
  • They disavowed their claim that a 90% government debt-to-GDP ratio is a specific tipping point for growth outcomes.
  • On August 9, 1979, "Queen of Alberni" was transiting through Active Pass when it ran aground on Galiano Island, tipping fifteen degrees to starboard.
  • Walsh captures Mardukas in New York and calls Moscone from the airport, not knowing that Moscone's line is being tapped by the FBI and that his assistant Jerry is secretly tipping off Serrano's men.
  • The movement reached a tipping point during the 2005 Lean Accounting Summit in Dearborn, Michigan, United States.
  • In February 2006, a long-lost copy of Hooke's handwritten notes from several decades of Royal Society meetings was discovered in a cupboard in Hampshire, England, presumably tipping the evidence in Hooke's favour.
  • Gladwell gained popularity with two "New Yorker" articles, both written in 1996: "The Tipping Point" and "The Coolhunt".
  • Once bales arrived at the peak elevator, adjustable tipping gates along the length of the peak elevator were opened by pulling a cable from the floor of the hayloft, so that bales tipped off the elevator and dropped down to the floor in different areas of the loft.
  • Ideas and gags usually came from suggestions by readers, who were credited with a small acknowledgment box with a tiny drawing of Hatlo tipping his hat.
  • A tipping point in the evolution of the prime ministership came with the death of Anne in 1714 and the accession of George I to the throne.
  • On August 9, 1979, "Queen of Alberni" was transiting through Active Pass when it ran aground on Galiano Island, tipping fifteen degrees to starboard.
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