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Noun
/ˈdedˌlīn/,
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deadlines, plural;
  1. The latest time or date by which something should be completed
    • - the deadline for submissions is February 5th
  2. A line drawn around a prison beyond which prisoners were liable to be shot


  1. the point in time at which something must be completed
  2. Deadline is a 1987 war/drama film about a journalist amidst a war is set up and fed false information. Film directed by Nathaniel Gutman. Christopher Walken stars as main role, "ace reporter" Don Stevens. ...
  3. Deadline (Sprängaren) is a Swedish thriller from 2001 with Helena Bergström, Örjan Ramberg, Ewa Fröling and Pernilla August amongst others. Colin Nutley was the director, and he is also married to the lead actress Helena Bergström.
  4. Deadline is a horror thriller film directed by Sean McConville starring Brittany Murphy and Thora Birch.
  5. Deadline is a television series which was shown on NBC in the 2000-2001 season. It starred Oliver Platt as Wallace Benton, who worked for the New York Ledger. This was a daily newspaper which was seen in many episodes of Law & Order.
  6. Deadline is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. The Doctor Who Unbound dramas pose a series of "What if...?" questions.
  7. Deadline, in comics, may refer to: *Deadline (Marvel Comics), a 2002 limited series published by Marvel Comics *Deadline (DC Comics), a fictional character owned by DC Comics *Deadline magazine, a British comic magazine
  8. A date on or before which something must be completed; A guideline marked on a plate for a printing press; A line which doesn't move; A boundary around a prison
  9. (deadlined) slang for down for repairs.
  10. (Deadlines) Cartoons are generally completed within 7 days unless otherwise stated at the time of ordering. I will inform you if I can meet your deadline for submission when I provide you with a quote. Thus far all deadlines have been met.
  11. (4. Deadlines) The Services or Products shall be provided by the date agreed in writing or, if no such date has been agreed, within a reasonable time period. ...
  12. (DEADLINES) Normal turnaround is 5 - 10 working days, (10-14 working days for continuos forms), contingent on the complexity of the project. Rush orders not properly scheduled and approved will be subject up to an additional 100% rush charge.
  13. (Deadlines) Although we will make every effort to meet your deadline we are not liable for delays. Any shipping upgrades, etc. required to make your deadline are your responsibility. Our normal shipping method (in most cases) is by UPS GROUND. ...
  14. (Deadlines) Copy deadline and the deadline for display ad reservations is the first of the month preceding the month of publication. The deadline for classified ads (line copy) is the tenth of the month preceding the month of publication. ...
  15. (Deadlines) Stationary is made to order and lead times can vary depending on seasonal demand and order sizes therefore it is advised that orders are placed well in advance of the required wedding date.
  16. (deadlines) the time after which news outlets don't accept news items (e.g. most daily newspapers left in the U.S.A. are morning papers for which deadline is usually early during the preceding evening; you have to ask when deadlines are and tailor your delivery to the news organization's deadline.)
  17. a legislative day after which certain activities may not occur. The joint rules contain deadlines for such activities as bill requests, introduction, committee consideration and floor action.
  18. A time given to a reporter by which he/she must turn in a story.
  19. The latest date that a piece of assigned writing is due to an editor. Never miss a deadline.
  20. The date meet entries must be "postmarked" by, to be accepted by the meet host. Making the meet deadline does not guarantee acceptance into a meet since many meets are "full" weeks before the entry deadline.
  21. A deadline defines the end of a phase. Once a deadline has been reached, the according function of the system (for example, the possibility to submit proposals) will be automatically deactivated.
  22. In book publishing, this not-so-subtle synonym is used for the author's due date for delivery of the completed manuscript to the publisher. ...
  23. the date or time before something must be done or is due; the due date.
  24. An item that exists to be renegotiated and revised. In his famous paradox, the Greek philosopher Zeno proved that deadlines can never be met.
  25. a fixed date by which a proposal must be either sent or received by the sponsoring agency. (cf. target date) Instructions regarding deadlines should be read carefully. ...