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downtimes

n. (plural of downtime English)

Usage examples of "downtimes".

That's one of the reasons we were so slow to notice the pattern of the downtimes, in fact—with no obvious physical damage anywhere, there was no reason to assume the Qasamans were responsible.

That's one of the reasons we were so slow to notice the pattern of the downtimes, in fact-with no obvious physical damage anywhere, there was no reason to assume the Qasamans were responsible.

That's one of the reasons we were so slow to notice the pattern of the downtimes, in fact—with no obvious physical damage anywhere, there was no reason to assume the Qasamans were responsible.

Maybe they eke out their dilute resources by submitting to long downtimes: hibernation, slow computation rates, stretching an hour of awareness across a million years.

Maybe they eke out their dilute resources by submitting to long downtimes: hibernation, slow computation rates, stretching an hour of awareness across a million years .