Constantly definition

Constantly means the activity or condition exists 2/3 or more of the time.
Constantly means activity or condition exists more than 2/3 of time in an 8 hour day. (More than 5.33 hours in an 8 hour day)
Constantly means at least 2/3 of the shift or work day. “Frequently” means at least 1/3 of the shift or work day.

Examples of Constantly in a sentence

  • Constantly observe your work distances in relation to other staff.

  • Constantly seek to streamline and simplify our processes for selecting our vendors and for conducting business with them.

  • Constantly analyze and update curricula to remain in the forefront of changing and emerging technologies.

  • Being afraid of your partner.2. Constantly watching what you say to avoid a “blow up.”3.

  • Constantly updated information, including financial statements, will be required with each amendment.

  • Continuous monitoring: • Constantly monitoring secondary impacts of extended lockdowns on vulnerable households and on-going humanitarian response activity thru news reports and social media .

  • Wipe down outside tables.- Continuously replenish all restrooms and break rooms with paper towels, toilet paper, and soap.- Constantly monitor to keep all restrooms clean and orderly.- Monitor lobby area to ensure cleanliness always.- Monitor shredder to keep debris from surrounding area.

  • Constantly increase support for the Court through enhancing communication and mutual understanding with stakeholders, stressing the Court’s role and its independence.

  • Constantly monitor the latest internet developments to ensure that the systems evolve as required.

  • Constantly monitor airway and reassess vital signs every 5 minutes.

Related to Constantly

  • Feedback means input regarding the SAP Products, services, business or technology plans, including, without limitation, comments or suggestions regarding the possible creation, modification, correction, improvement or enhancement of the SAP Products and/or services, or input as to whether Partner believes SAP’s development direction is consistent with their own business and IT needs.

  • Develop means to engage in Development.

  • Population means the population as ascertained at the last preceding census of which the relevant figures have been published;

  • Developing means to engage in Development and “Developed” has a corresponding meaning.

  • Stability means structural stability.

  • Adaptable means constructed in compliance with the technical design standards of the Barrier Free Subcode, N.J.A.C. 5:23-7.

  • functionality means the ability of a tenderer to provide goods or services in accordance with specifications as set out in the tender documents.

  • Team means a team affiliated to a Club, including where a Club provides more than one team in the Competition in accordance with the Rules.

  • Critical professional work means a cornerstone or fundamental decision, requiring the exercise of sound professional judgement of the effects of a decision within a particular professional field.

  • Viability means that stage of human development when the life of the unborn child may be continued by natural or life-supportive systems outside the womb of the mother;

  • Configuration means State-specific changes made to the Software without Source Code or structural data model changes occurring.

  • Developmentally appropriate means suitable to the chronological age range and developmental characteristics of a specific group of children.

  • Benchmarking Information means information generated by Portfolio Manager, as herein defined including descriptive information about the physical building and its operational characteristics.

  • Improve means to build, alter, repair, or demolish an improvement upon, connected with, or beneath the surface of any real property, to excavate, clear, grade, fill, or landscape any real property, to construct driveways and roadways, or to perform labor upon improvements.

  • Viable means a disposal system or a public water supply system which is self-sufficient and has the financial, managerial, and technical capability to reliably meet standards of performance on a long-term basis, as required by state and federal law, including the federal Water Pollution Control Act and the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.

  • Profile means a building's cross-sectional shape or the shape of its outline.

  • compatibility means the ability of the digital content or digital service to function with hardware or software with which digital content or digital services of the same type are normally used, without the need to convert the digital content or digital service;

  • Solution means the MMF or a subset thereof, and in respect of any Sprint means the solution to be delivered by the Supplier to meet the Acceptance Criteria for the Stories that form the subject of that Sprint; and the output of the Solution may take the form of the delivery of Software and/or Deliverables and/or the provision of Services; SOW means a statement of work as executed by the Parties, in respect of a Release; and where multiple SOWs have been entered into by the Parties in respect of multiple Releases, then reference to SOW shall be a reference to the SOW which is applicable to the relevant Release; SOWs means all the SOW executed under this Contract; Sprint means the performance by each of the Parties of Planning, Activities, Showcase and Retrospective to enable the Supplier to deliver the Solution in order to Complete the specified Stories by the end of the Sprint Timebox; Sprint Plan means the plan that relates to a Sprint as agreed by the Parties; Sprint Timebox means a fixed period of time for the completion of a Sprint, the duration of which shall be as set out in the Calibration Deliverable;

  • capability , in relation to an employee, means his capability assessed by reference to skill, aptitude, health or any other physical or mental quality, and

  • Outcomes means the Health and Wellbeing Outcomes prescribed by the Scottish Ministers in Regulations under section 5(1) of the Act;

  • Evaluation rubric means a set of criteria, measures, and processes used to evaluate all teaching staff members in a specific school district or local education agency. Evaluation rubrics consist of measures of professional practice, based on educator practice instruments and student outcomes. Each Board of Education will have an evaluation rubric specifically for teachers, another specifically for Principals, Vice Principals, and Assistant Principals, and evaluation rubrics for other categories of teaching staff members.

  • Operational means that the system or sensor, at the time of the event, is active or can be activated/deactivated by the driver.

  • Productivity as defined in ORS 427.005 means:

  • Scale means the height, width and length of each building proposed within the development in relation to its surroundings;

  • Footprint means the track width multiplied by the wheelbase as stated in the certificate of conformity and defined in sections 2.1 and 2.3 of Annex I to Directive 2007/46/EC;

  • Cultivation means any activity involving the planting, growing, harvesting, drying, curing, grading, or trimming of cannabis.