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Raiding the mall can be a fun way to kill time with friends.
Melchiot said: "I tried to kill time and people took it the wrong way.
At Vista del Monte Retirement Community in Santa Barbara, California, however, physical fitness is more than just another way to profitably kill time during the day--it's the cornerstone of a way of life.
THE REMARKABLE POPULARITY OF downloadable wireless entertainment in Japan has not only changed the way Japanese people wait for trains and otherwise kill time, but its active inertia has carried overseas.
Duncan and fellow Read Street employee Matt Rinks started Jesuseater a few years ago as a way to kill time.
The research also found the average Brit spends 18 days a year watching TV just to kill time.
With climate change becoming more of a household word that question may have more significance than merely a way to kill time around the water cooler.
Looking to kill time before catching the bus back to the rez, June steps into a tavern where she meets one of the locals, someone called Andy.
AG24 carries a 30-second kill time on Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Salmonella enterica, a 24-hour residual kill on standard indicator bacteria, a 2-minute kill time on some resistant strains of bacteria, 10-minute kill time on fungi, 30-second kill time on HIV Type I, and 3 to 10-minute kill times on other pathogenic viruses including Human and Avian Influenza A as well as Norovirus.