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commute

to reduce (a sentence) to one less severe.

TO COMMUTE. To substitute one punishment in the place of another. For example, if a man be sentenced to be hung, the executive may, in some states, commute his punishment to that of imprisonment.

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Commute with Enterprise - a service of Enterprise Rent-A-Car - provides one of the most sustainable and cost-effective local transportation options.
That's according to figures published by theOffice for National Statistics, who asked people how long they spent on their morning commute. Those in Tandridge spent an average of 44 minutes traveling to work every day between October and December 2018.
For every ten miles or travel distance added to a long commute, the probability of having intrauterine growth restriction increased by 0.6 percentage points or 43 percent, compared to the average rate among pregnant women living within 10 miles of their workplaces.
If you're coming fromRusilipin West London to Bank on your commute, you'd be earning [pounds sterling]168,431.13.
Jersey City ranks third with an average roundtrip commute of 73.6 minutes, according to Haven Life.
workers and noted that one factor might be commute length.
New TUC research published last week, as part of Commute Smart Week, shows that commuting is taking up more and more of our time.
In 2017 the average daily commute for workers in this region was 51 minutes, up from 45 minutes in 2007, adding up to an annual total of 219 hours.
The new commute tab will display tailored live traffic and transit information for a users' route.
Meanwhile, commute times average 52.4 minutes roundtrip.
[23] derived a model integrating morning and evening commutes and developed a time-varying road toll and location-dependent parking fee regime to achieve system optimum.
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