How To Use Just in time In A Sentence

  • Worship God everyday;not just in times of adversity.
  • We got to the theater just in time.
  • The sound was turned back on just in time for another Hatton onslaught. Times, Sunday Times
  • Walker, standing at the foot of the shaft waiting for the answering signal from above, heard the noise and the rush of Mag's body as it bumped from side to side in its mad descent, and starting back, he was just in time to get clear as the mangled mass of rags and blood and pulpy flesh fell with a loud splashy thud at the bottom, the blood spattering and "jauping" him and the bottomer, and blinding their eyes as it flew all over them. The Underworld The Story of Robert Sinclair, Miner
  • Dana arrived just in time to witness Jeremy Devonshire's little fit, and she propped herself in the doorway to wait for the storm to lull.
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  • The Duke regained his senses just in time to see another haymaker about to be launched in his direction.
  • After the earlier downpours, the rain clouds cleared and the sun arrived just in time for Saturday's colourful street procession.
  • Just in time to rescue the roast, a new range of gourmet gravies and stocks has hit the shelves. Times, Sunday Times
  • I spot the mountain biker just in time. Times, Sunday Times
  • I opened my eyes and forced my body to turn just in time to stop myself from landing on my stomach.
  • He was there on a business trip and survived with serious burns, only to make his way back to his home in Nagasaki just in time for the bomb to be dropped there. Elizabeth Pschorr: A Privileged Marriage (Boing Boing Video) Boing Boing
  • I rose and was about to clap my hat upon my head and burst away, in wrathful indignation from the house; but recollecting — just in time to save my dignity — the folly of such a proceeding, and how it would only give my fair tormentors a merry laugh at my expense, for the sake of one I acknowledged in my own heart to be unworthy of the slightest sacrifice — though the ghost of my former reverence and love so hung about me still, that I could not bear to hear her name aspersed by others — I merely walked to the window, and having spent a few seconds in vengibly biting my lips and sternly repressing the passionate heavings of my chest, I observed to Miss The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
  • I was then just in time to catch the final episode of The Office.
  • He turned his face resignedly back to the path, just in time to avoid tripping over a protuberant root.
  • Just in time for Christmas, Digital Spy tells us that a ten disc 'Matrix' DVD boxset is planned. Now With 20% More Oracle!
  • Money that's been set aside in secret could surface just in time to add some glitz and glamour to your festive plans. The Sun
  • This year his performances have been inconsistent but his semi-final berth at a recent tournament show he is approaching peak form just in time.
  • Our guitarist made it out just in time to see Jonny, in full country boy apparel stroll out, chaps and boots included.
  • The show sold out just in time. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was commissioned into the US army just in time to see action in the final battles of the Mexican war.
  • He hasn't been able to do anything productive since he left us and he came back just in time for the birth.
  • What is unforgivable though is the pointless gumph when Aragorn falls in to the river and drifts off, only, gosh, he returns just in time for the battle.
  • She had leapt out of bed and pushed aside the muslin curtains just in time to see two receding figures as they ran into the forest.
  • So off the wagon he goes - just in time for a lower-rung record-label lackey named Riverfront Times | Complete Issue
  • Instead, she arrives just in time to watch Taguchi hang himself, then dematerialize through a wall, leaving a sooty black burn-and the disc. John Farr: Going Bump in the Night: More Prime Halloween Movie Fare
  • The submarine dived just in time to avoid the enemy attack.
  • Just in time for Valentine's Day, OkCupid, the personals site formed by a foursome of Harvard mathematicians, generously lent Intel its number-crunching nerds to break down New York neighborhoods by attractiveness, interest in sex, kinkiness, and selectivity -- zip code by zip code. Which Neighborhood Has The Strongest Sex Drive In New York?
  • He dismounted just in time to catch her as she fell, and as a blanket was drawn about her, she instantaneously fell into a deep sleep.
  • Consider this, a day in the life of a typical feline sterilization extravaganza:I arrived at 11 a.m. on Sunday morning … just in time to see the coffee and doughnuts go bye-bye. Vet's view: One small snip for catkind ...
  • A sharp-eyed secretary noticed the mistake just in time.
  • Talk about just in time: The approach can save months, compared to waiting for resupply.
  • That Sarah Palin is so tough I heard one time she dawned a gilly suit and snuck through the brush with in inches of a bull moose, reached up and twisted his nuts off with out him even knowing it, retreated to her snow machine and drove 50 miles backwards home just in time to fix dinner. Think Progress » Palin: Obama could win reelection if he ‘played the war card’ and declared ‘war on Iran.’
  • This clambake was a pleasant ‘just in time for the weekend’ surprise. EGC Clambake For August 2, 2006
  • Does this mean that we are heading for another washout summer, just in time for the school holidays? Times, Sunday Times
  • I stopped just in time, patted out my frizzled hair and open the door.
  • This memory came just in time, enabling her to dive out of the way to avoid being immediately trampled by the sudden stampede of the rest of the Callisto family into the kitchen.
  • The jet was descending steeply, but its pilot was able to pull it out just in time.
  • Jonny managed to apply the footbrake just in time after his friend Pete had shouted at him to press the middle pedal.
  • Some pardners with years of experience in the business of watering holes have put their heads together to launch a new one, and they've swung open the doors just in time for the Calgary Stampede - and all the money it brings.
  • Worship God everyday;not just in times of adversity.
  • “What in the bluidy hell do you—” Jamie swung around just in time to see Graeme come staggering out of the trees on foot. The Devil Wears Plaid
  • Instagram released an update Friday morning just in time for the festival with two new features: Tilt-Shift and a cool new News Feed. South by Southwest kicks off
  • Quietly, she slips back into the passageway and pulls the panel back just in time.
  • Lose yourself at the Wits Theatre in Braamfontein, where Just In Time interweaves mime and movement, and illusion and the surreal take centre stage.
  • At length the little lad grabs her sleeve and becomes insistent, and she is only just in time with the sick bag.
  • I seized the porcelain basin from the nightstand, getting it to Penelope’s lap just in time. On Desperate Seas « A Fly in Amber
  • Humanity tends to catch up with its crises and disasters just in time. Times, Sunday Times
  • He ducked a decapitating blow and crossed his swords above his head, just in time to block a downward slash.
  • Mass quantities of Harlequin Valentine ship today from Dark Horse, just in time for Valentine's Day.
  • Almost imperceptibly, one pair's dancing morphed into wrestling, embraces turned into headlocks and back into eyelash-batting flirtation just in time for another couple's dancing to begin a similar cycle.
  • Mr. S. returned just in time to see the respondent carrying the goods towards the door.
  • I heard Ginger, the callboy, ahead of me and dodged behind some properties just in time. In The Bishop's Carriage.
  • Tam arrived red cheeked and breathless at the village commons just in time to see Pel Baker pull his first batch of bubbling sugarberry pies out of a brick oven. Curse of the Shadowmage
  • We were just in time for the pre-dinner speeches, at which the French Ambassador His Excellency Frédéric Grasset stole the show.
  • I reached the door of the room just in time to intercept Chade's page. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • What specific approaches will you use to deploy help and reinforcement just in time?
  • Rex ducked just in time to hear the swoosh above him.
  • Later, I worked it up to more than 70,000 words with a subplot about a thaumaturge and threw in a handful of Mullah Nasruddinesque stories, and eventually got it published by Maxwell Macmillan Canada just in time for the Robert Maxwell empire to collapse and tumble the book into limbo. Archive 2005-04-01
  • He rolled back just in time and icicles skimmed him and stuck into the ground.
  • With typical lateness, NoiseMonkey again arrived just in time to see a support act leave the stage.
  • She had grabbed a third apple and had gotten ready to throw it, but remembering herself just in time she clenched her fist.
  • Just in time for the holiday season, the new Ultra Creamy is made with a pint of fresh cream and contains 83% butterfat, yielding flakier pastries, richer sauces and smoother frostings.
  • I turned just in time to see a supersonic jet disappear again, after buzzing us from 200 feet.
  • Carl tracks him down in true bloodhound fashion, arriving at a pre-wedding bash just in time to put the kibosh on the nuptials.
  • I spot the mountain biker just in time. Times, Sunday Times
  • The three of them then turned to look at the subject of their topic, just in time to see a grey address book fall out with a thud.
  • He deployed his reserve chute just in time, but it was unable to open fully. Times, Sunday Times
  • Diving into her bag, she found a handkerchief just in time.
  • The car came to a halt just in time to prevent an accident.
  • The next year, Seattle's Space Needle was crowned with a rotating resto, just in time for the World's Fair.
  • Gao Yang twisted himself around the tree just in time to see Gao Ma stymied by the obstacle.
  • Having moved to London just in time to embrace its vibrant 1980s clubland scene, he now devotes his time to writing comedy sketches and radio plays as well as his artwork.
  • But he eventually sees their potential and cleans up his act just in time.
  • Its counterweight pulled Corwin up, just in time for his ankles to escape the snapping jaws of the sea serpent. WATER BOOK TWO: REUNION
  • Just in time, I release the rope, the sail flows out and the boat slows.
  • It's crude, offensive and just in time for the holidays.
  • The word is that when the market crashed he was mixed up in a couple of shonky ventures and his minders got him out just in time. MURDER SONG
  • Mercifully, I managed to stop the car just in time.
  • She pulled him behind a large tree and peered out, just in time to see three gangly looking teenagers walk past, talking loudly.
  • Summer is finally here - just in time for the school hols. The Sun
  • A Greek Orthodox priest in black robes chugged on a bright red motorcycle through a melee; protesters lobbed rocks near other protesters who jigged merrily to a drum beat; and an early shift of municipal workers swept debris after a day of riots, just in time for another day of riots and fresh piles of debris. Greek riots a ritual outlet for frustrated nation
  • She made it to the airport just in time to catch her plane.
  • This case was a crock from the start, and now they will exploit it to their best advantage politically: against the opponents of the Patriot Act, and at the same time to bolster the “Republicans’ = strength against terrorism claim” just in time to make a few last minute campaign ads. Think Progress » The Padilla Indictment:
  • While the north coast has sweltered under the hottest February sun for 100 years, the rains have arrived just in time to remind us it's winter sport sign-on.
  • Venerable Solanus Casey would often spend the night in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, and would wake up curled up on the floor beneath the tabernacle just in time for morning Mass.
  • I pushed myself up and dodged a sudden flurry to my right, just in time to avoid someone else's arms.
  • With sudden energy, she ran to the window, just in time to see the mighty gates drawn open by her father's liegemen, and hear the golden notes of the hunting horn.
  • Quare, should wipe storm sewage just in time net.
  • The show sold out just in time. Times, Sunday Times
  • Currie were unbowed by that setback and Ward returned to the fray just in time to help the home pack drive over for the bonus point try, with Andy Slight applying the final touch.
  • Could these be the same birds that every year turn up hundreds of miles away along the desert coast just in time for the sea lion pupping season?
  • I looked up just in time to see the headlights of an oncoming eighteen-wheeler and heard the sound of urgency in its horn. Show Stoppah
  • Raw and desperate almost to the point of verism, this laptop duo - who started as an art project - are revolutionary reaction personified, just in time, even if the straights won't ever bite. Glide Magazine - Music :: Culture :: Life
  • She was just in time to see the plane lift from the ground, slowly gaining height, tipping and turning so that she feared it would flip over.
  • In the meantime, the said ward established bad weather to down meet an emergency rescue sterigma to divide a party, the visitor, who accident happened to those, steers rescue just in time.
  • Certainly no maverick hero is allowed to dash in just in time with guns blazing.
  • I got home just in time - it's starting to rain.
  • Writers, actors, radio presenters, road menders… and we all convened at his at half seven - just in time to head off again in the cars and get lost between there and a restaurant a mile away.
  • Talk about a care package: DJ Neville Chamberlain received "over 40 new records in the mail from Sao Paulo last week," just in time for the latest installment of Brazilian Rhythms at Saint-Ex, which remains one of the sweatiest, groovingest, most exhilarating dance parties around. Nightlife Agenda: Paul Oakenfold, Michael Mayer and outdoor parties
  • It was 18 July, unseasonably hot in Beirut, and I got back from the vet's just in time to catch the end of the 12 o'clock news.
  • The now-unmistakable octagonal red sign instructing motorists in white letters to STOP was adopted throughout the United States in 1954, just in time for a new generation of fast, powerful American cars. The English Is Coming!
  • Instead, I clap hand over mouth just in time and settle for a conspiratorial wink. Times, Sunday Times
  • CLICO Midsummer Classic winner Just In Time, who is blind in one eye, won the second jewel of the Triple Crown with a first-time eyeshield / blinker and has displayed marked improvement since that run. TrinidadExpress Today's News
  • Building a city from blocks, dice, toy soldiers and other odds and ends, he's transported into a make-believe municipality just in time to slay a monster, whup a villain, load up an ark - and learn a few lessons in kindness and humility.
  • I saw her develop bedsores, and the bedsores heal just in time for another hospital admission and another set of sores to form.
  • Azyra snapped out of her trance just in time she scrambled away from the light just before it silently detonated with enough force to fling her from the fire escape.
  • I reached the door of the room just in time to intercept Chade's page. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • Minutes later, the silk stockings and shoes turned up at the hotel and were quickly redirected to the Register Office just in time for the ceremony.
  • Just in time to get hit with a fistful of crazy by Chuck Grassley, it seems. Wonk Room » Sotomayor Hearing Live-Blog, Day 3
  • He looked over at Kate to see if she was out of the car yet just in time to see her take in a deep, shaky breath and let it out haggardly.
  • Moeller gulped the last of his milk and rose, just in time to have a bubble of gas twist his intestine like a sailor knotting a sheepshank. The Android’s Dream: Chapter One « Whatever
  • With supermarkets in Britain operating on ‘just in time’ production stoppages are very powerful.
  • Yes, just in time to get caught up in the shootings. Times, Sunday Times
  • I thought I was doing well in staving off the inevitable post-Book Fair cold, but evidently I only delayed it a bit and last night I woke around 4am up with full-on sore throat, achiness, etc. Just in time for my birthday today. Breakfast in Bed
  • Just in time for the Anzac weekend, the General will be displaying his turntable prowess and lyrical powers as he spins the latest dancehall hits from Jamaica.
  • I pushed back the bench and ran for the door, reaching it just in time to throw up into the blackberry bush, retching coffee, bile, and fried egg. A Breath of Snow and Ashes
  • The river of liquid rock threatened to surround him completely, but Tazieff managed to escape just in time.
  • We flicked into threespace just in time to see a volcano of fire erupt from "Amphitrite's" side and the metallic flick of the Rebel scout slipping back into Cth. "What's your situation, 'Amphitrite'?" our signal asked. A Question of Courage
  • Luckily the pilot saw the other plane just in time, and a disaster was narrowly averted .
  • Just in time for the birth of swing, he left for New York.
  • She ran out into the hall and peered over the banister of the stairs, just in time to see her mother race out of the master bedroom.
  • We've arrived just in time to catch the end of Feast Week, a festival of which I still know very little.
  • After a week of heavy rain the weather cleared just in time for the first event of 2004.
  • I fell forward, but found my footing just in time and regained my balance by steadying myself up against a letter box.
  • Some of the best boutique brands, just in time for your last-minute Valentine: hand-dipped glace apricots, $14 at scharffenberger. com; heart-tile chocolate paves from Christopher Norman, $39 at eluxury. com; the wood-box assortment (with two cute "mice") is $28 at burdick chocolate. com; for the Legendary Lovers collection from Garrison Confections, $16, call 212-929-2545. Must Have: Cocoa Loco
  • A car came from nowhere, and I had to jump back into the hedge just in time.
  • The restoration came just in time, as the sea trout crisis forced a serious rethink for the business.
  • And just in time, the Chicago Blackhawks 'goalie is probably playing his best hockey since then. Playoff countdown: Khabibulin on a roll as he rejoins playoffs
  • Twenty inches of snow was dumped on the Lake Tahoe ski resort just in time for one of the busiest weekends of the season.
  • Only just in time, however, for the next instant the moonlit slope beneath the _kainga_ was alive with Maoris -- men, women, and children -- shouting and rushing about in a state of tremendous excitement. Adventures in Many Lands
  • As Montreal finally heats up just in time for festival season, the familiar colours and rhythms of Carifiesta are just around the corner.
  • Then I let my eyes range right along the serried volumes before looking back, just in time, to intercept a glance from her. GOTHIC PURSUIT
  • Our new washing machine arrived yesterday, and just in time too, because Alex went barfy with winter vomiting again during the night on Tuesday.
  • Does this mean that we are heading for another washout summer, just in time for the school holidays? Times, Sunday Times
  • An hour later, I'm home just in time to hear the dulcet tones of my oldest child asking, ‘what's for breakfast, Mommy?’
  • And out just in time for its movie adaptation, seasons one through four of The Dukes of Hazzard can be purchased in one convenient box set.
  • Faking an elaborate yawn, I sneak a glance over my shoulder just in time to see her naked back as she leaves.
  • Just in time, in the same year, the phrase Silicon Valley was coined to capture the rising computer industry in Santa Clara Valley. The English Is Coming!
  • Armed with the kind of gristle only acquired through years of experience, Obits is the sound of Brooklyn sharpening its teeth once again, just in time for that long overdue bite in the arse those condo-dwelling hipsters - the ones who wouldn't know Hot Snakes from The Blues Magoos - mucking up the old neighborhoods are in dire need of. JamBase
  • Luckily for the Spartans, he heated up just in time.
  • At that time, I reformulated the role of librarian into that of 'cybrarian', ie managing "just in time, just for you" information streams to senior management who were not in any real sense using the physical library resources anymore. P2P Foundation
  • The car came to a halt just in time to prevent an accident.
  • She'll be smashed to matchwood in a minute, the after-fall has unshipped; "then whipping a knife from the belt of one of them he severed the remaining fall, and saw the boat plunge down sternwards and outwards from the side just in time; another half-minute and she would have disappeared under the steamer's bottom to be hopelessly stove in. Tessa 1901
  • Changing ways of doing business away from carloads to smaller shipments including delivery ‘Just In Time’ allowed trucks and containers to replace trains and box cars.
  • It seems she has resurfaced just in time to disrupt an illegal mission.
  • Then just in time for Halloween, we even have a patristic discussion of ghosts! 20 « October « 2009 « Maria Lectrix
  • Just in time to help me, lovey, these costumes need to be done soon for the production this year.
  • I hurriedly washed and dried some jeans - just in time for my train.
  • A film that has inspired moviemakers for decades, King Kong has finally come to DVD, just in time for its big screen remake by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson.
  • He braced his body to stand as he got up, and his asleep leg almost buckled underneath him, but his hand found the wall just in time.
  • The marsquake came just in time, too. Smithsonian
  • He came to himself just in time to pull the van away before it crossed into the oncoming headlights.
  • Milchester Abbey is a gray, quadrangular pile, deep-set in rich woody country, and twinkling with triple rows of quaint windows, every one of which seemed alight as we drove up just in time to dress for dinner.
  • The company launched pastel-colored products and jumbo-sized paper tower rolls just in time for the 1958 recession.
  • Pierce Punches Refs, Big Baby Needs a Bib, and Celtics Pull It Out Just In Time (With Leather) holly madison is fun (WWTDD) JAMES CAAN & DAVID O. RUSSELL BE BEEFIN’
  • Having been thrown out of the house (again) he's kipped in the confessional just in time to hear Mimi confess to taking out that contract. TV Scoop
  • Just in time for jet set season the retailer is launching a range of sizzling summer styles. The Sun
  • Diving into her bag, she found a handkerchief just in time.
  • We stood about on parapets, and walked all over the place, stopping motionless now and again as a star shell went up, and moving on again just in time to hear a bullet or two whizz past behind and go "smack" into a tree in the hedge behind, or "plop" into the mud parados. Bullets & Billets
  • Maria hit the brakes just in time.
  • The new release, Tino's Breaks 6 Hallowe'en Dub arrives just in time for the spooky season, full of whomping bass lines, booming kick drum, and festive Halloween sound samples.
  • On the other hand, if the cable operator gets there just in time, they're likely to end up in a dogfight with the competition for every single customer.
  • Needless to say, the traffic close to the theatre was a nightmare, but we arrived just in time to settle into our loge seats and look in awe at the massive enlarged stage with all of those people. Jay Weston: Dudamel Conducts a Thousand in Mahler's 8th - Wow!
  • Throughout the performance, flaming balls of ash floated down to the stage, narrowly missing dancers who shimmied out of the way just in time to avoid being burnt.
  • Rendered completely blind two years ago by an uncommon eye disease known as uveitis, the 36-year-old single mother of two underwent a two-hour risky, but successful surgery on her left eye two weeks ago, regaining her sight just in time to see her two-year-old daughter Aniahya's face light up for Christmas for the first time. Lead Stories from AOL
  • A policeman captured a burglar yesterday afternoon just in time to prevent his escaping with a grip containing part of the $1,000 haul made at a robbery on Saturday.
  • Gasping loudly and making a grab for a near by branch she caught herself just in time and dangled loosely from it.
  • Like its predecessors, the album arrives just in time for Spring and comes bearing more than a few certifiable vernal jams.
  • She opened her eyes just in time to impact roughly among a sward of yellow-green grass into soft turf.
  • ‘H-hi,’ Andy responded, remembering himself just in time for politeness.
  • I dried out a bit, just in time to go out again and walk to Spitalfields market, and then… brrr.
  • I leaped to my feet again, but only just in time to hear a scuffling noise on the top of the wall, the sound of some one dropping on the other side, and then _pat, pat, pat_, steps fast repeated, as my prisoner ran away. Brownsmith's Boy A Romance in a Garden
  • The jet was descending steeply, but its pilot was able to pull it out just in time.
  • Mulcahy slammed his foot on the brake just in time to save himself a respray job. The Priest
  • Mina also hasnt met up with Liz, you'll recall shes the blonde girl who was in China all this time and came back just in time for Minas wedding. dailycomic Diary Entry
  • I got home just in time - it's starting to rain.
  • Just in time for spring-cleaning season, the March 2010 issue of Consumer Reports offers ratings-based reports on carpet cleaners and stain removers, vacuums, trash and food-storage bags, and interior paints. What’s new in Consumer Reports: Home content from the March 2010 issue
  • A silver flash flew at him, he dodged to the left just in time.
  • I went back and glanced through the window again, just in time to see the two bheesties join again, and slowly march out with their empty skins to fetch more water. Gil the Gunner The Youngest Officer in the East
  • A new cream, which prevents the jellyfish from firing their stings when touched, recently became available - just in time for the seasonal invasion of millions of small, purple jellyfish.
  • A car came from nowhere, and I had to jump back into the hedge just in time.
  • She glanced up just in time to see Dominique raising his hands up, swiftly pushing the basketball out of his grip and into the hoop in a perfect sequence of movement.
  • I got home just in time to see my younger sister rush out the door in her summer uniform of overalls and a t-shirt.
  • The river of liquid rock threatened to surround him completely, but Tazieff managed to escape just in time.
  • She nearly fell headlong, in fact, but she caught a stirrup just in time and steadied herself. A TIME OF WAR
  • I duck into the living room just in time to see his large hand rubbing the bridge of his nose, and his eyes are closed.
  • Got over that fairly quickly, just in time to stumble upon a mini hill of echium at the De Young Museum that made me reconsider every shade of blue I've ever loved. Blogtimore, Hon
  • The Varley family finally arrived in Shannon on the Sunday afternoon and Tony arrived in Westport just in time to go on stage.
  • At first, it looks like a trip into sword and sorcery territory when our heroes end up in a forest just in time to save a fair maiden from an evil wizard.
  • ) There was the time I rushed outside just in time to stop Pooch from catching a chipmunk he was about to pounce on. MY BABYSITTER HAS FANGS
  • I managed to spit out a stream of the sanguine liquid before dodging just in time to miss her foot.
  • Thinking this barbarity over, I started to get indignant; but just in time I remembered what we ourselves have done to decimate the canvas-back duck and the wild pigeon and the ricebird and the red-worsted pulse-warmer, and other pleasing wild creatures of the earlier days in America, now practically or wholly extinct. Europe Revised
  • Luckily the pilot saw the other plane just in time, and a disaster was narrowly averted .
  • Sheathing my sword I called upon my powers and a pair of dragon wings came from my back and I flew out of the way just in time.
  • I larruped heavily and clucked every step of the way, and we made the trip just in time to be left. Bill Arp from the uncivil war to date, 1861-1903,
  • More volunteers are drafted in just in time as the ferry spills out the first swell of festival-goers who immediately target our ticket office en-masse.
  • He deployed his reserve chute just in time, but it was unable to open fully. Times, Sunday Times
  • Just join us for some fun at the Playshop while we explore sensuous ways to get "chocolatey" with your partner just in time for Valentines Day. Feed of Eventbrite Events
  • The refugees from Byzantium carried with them a wealth of books - just in time for them to be printed and disseminated throughout western Europe.
  • I got there just in time for the show, but missed my sound check and spent ten minutes trying to dry myself off with the hand drier in the gents.

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