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press time

the time at which a pressrun begins, especially that of a newspaper.
Also, presstime.
Origin of press time
1925-30 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • As of press time, no casualties had been officially reported there.
  • At press time, the survivors were gradually recovering.
  • At press time five remained in captivity somewhere in the desert.
  • At press time, he was favored to win, but by a narrowing margin.
  • As of press time, my implant hasn't caused any notable discomfort.
  • There's even the prospect, unconfirmed at press time, of odor broadcasting.
  • As of press time, it seems that this investigation might be still active.
  • Criticism not available at press time will be reflected in future columns.
  • At press time, the legislature's special session had not yet concluded.
  • At press time, locations and dates were not yet confirmed for the fall with school districts and regional offices of education.

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