deadline

noun the point in time at which something must be completed
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Deadline

[magazine] Created by 2000 AD stalwarts Brett Ewins and Steve Dillon, Deadline featured a mix of comic strips and written articles aimed at older readers. Although similar to the likes of Crisis, Revolver and Toxic! which emerged during the magazine`s heyday, Deadline alone managed to sustain its impact beyond the first few issues and had a...
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Deadline

[science fiction story] `Deadline` is a 1944 science fiction short story by Cleve Cartmill which was published in Astounding Science Fiction. The story described the then-secret atomic bomb in some detail. At that time the bomb was still under development and top secret, which prompted a visit by the FBI. In 1943, Cartmill suggested to John...
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Deadline

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Deadline

The date meet entries must be 'post marked' or 'in' by, to be accepted by the meet host/club. Making
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Deadline

The latest date that a piece of assigned writing is due on for submission.
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Deadline

The time at which an editor requests a journalists to finish an assignment.
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Deadline

The time by which a journalist must finish their report.
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deadline

The time the editor or producer sets by which the reporter must submit a finished story.
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deadline

[n] - the point in time at which something must be completed
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