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Seasonable

Within a reasonable time; timely.

The term seasonable is usually used in connection with the performance of contractual obligations that must be completed "seasonably." The facts and circumstances of each case define a reasonable period of time.

seasonable

adjective acceptable, apposite, auspicious, befitting, convenient, due, expedient, favorable, fit, opportune, opportunus, proper, properly timed, propitious, seemly, suitable, timeful, timely, towardly, well-timed
See also: apposite, favorable, fit, fitting, opportune, prompt, proper, propitious, punctual, relevant, suitable
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Accused Juan Ponce Enrile is hereby suspended from his position as senator of the Republic of the Philippines, and from any other public office which he may now or hereafter be holding for a period of 90 days from receipt of this resolution, unless a motion for reconsideration is seasonably filed," the resolution read.
A report to the committee by Shilpi Akbar, assistant director for employment at the city council, revealed the seasonably adjusted unemployment rate for the city in January was 10.
K-C is also continuing its strategy of launching seasonably appropriate, limited edition diapers that started a few years ago with denim-style diapers and later continued with camouflage and holiday-themed designs.
Certain types of work are delayed and conducted during periods more seasonably and environmentally favourable, so many projects are works in progress.
This is what a client sees: an ad- vertising agency, exorbitantly re- warded, which took the best part of a year and remorseless prodding to get things even roughly right, now claiming exclusive credit for a sales performance that was caused mainly by the introduction of a new ingredient and the rest by some un- seasonably warm weather.
com), along with 35 booth sponsors at the Seasonably Chic Showcase will come together to raise funds and awareness for the Freestore Foodbank.
Four out of five of those questioned by campaign group Eat Seasonably said they did not mark the festival, which traditionally marks the end of the agricultural year.
We think the most recent period represents a more reasonable run rate for the existing asset base during the seasonably less favorable middle portion of the year.
The yen was also pressured by the release Monday of weaker-than-expected Japanese industrial production data, which rose a seasonably adjusted 1.
After a rough, 200-mile tow through seasonably rough seas, Trieste and her tow vessel, USS Wandank (ATA 204), arrived at their dive site, seven miles above the seafloor.
Designed for use in the Northern Hemisphere, it presents information on seasonably visible stars, the phases of the Moon and tides, the ratios of darkness and light, the seasonal behavior of Earth's creatures, and a host of other details about the natural world.
But a large and seasonably mobile student population can bring about dramatic changes to the lives of more permanent residents - and the universities and city council need to monitor the situation very carefully.