As in "the timeslot given to completing the task". Would also be interested to hear if there's different usages for different scenarios.
When great-uncle is used as a common noun, the hyphen and lack of caps make sense. However, when I sign a book to my nephew, is it Great-Uncle Don, Great-uncle Don, or perhaps Great Uncle Don?
Which of real time, real-time and realtime is correct when you are talking about seeing something as it happens?
I am a uh, designer of websites, and I would like to use the phrase for my profession correctly. Unfortunately, webdesigner is flagged by Google Chrome's spellchecker as a misspelling, and web ...