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01/01/2012

just-in-time, just in time

Filed under: Extra — anlactunay @ 12:09 PM

just-in-time, just in time
The adjective just-in-time, referring to the COST-SAVING, MINIMUM INVENTORY system, is always hyphenated. As an adverb, the phrase just in time does not require hyphens.

Since our firm began using a JUST-IN-TIME system, our costs have decreased by 25 per cent.
Paul and Maryse arrived JUST IN TIME to witness the opening ceremony.

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