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ˈwɔrˌtaɪmwartime

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. wartime(noun)

    a period of time during which there is armed conflict

Wiktionary

  1. wartime(Noun)

    A period during which a war is in progress in a particular place.

Freebase

  1. Wartime

    Wartime is the title of a short science fiction film, produced direct-to-video in 1987 by Reeltime Pictures. It was the first professionally produced, authorised independent spin-off of the long-running TV series Doctor Who, and the only such production to be made while the originating TV series was still on the air. Produced and directed by Keith Barnfather and written by Andy Lane and Helen Stirling, Wartime followed the adventures of Warrant Officer John Benton of the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce a.k.a. UNIT. During a mission for UNIT leader Brigadier Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart, Benton visits his childhood home where ghosts of the past rise up to haunt him. John Levene, who played Benton on Doctor Who off-and-on between 1968 and 1975, reprised the role for the film. In 1997, a revised version of the film was released, adding a voice-only cameo by Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier. Although the British Broadcasting Corporation owns the rights to Doctor Who and its lead characters, Reeltime was able to obtain permission from Derrick Sherwin, creator of Benton and UNIT, to use both entities in this film so long as the Doctor was not mentioned. This set a precedent that led to further independently made spin-offs featuring former companions of the Doctor, and alien races from the show, which would be released over the following decade; ultimately an independent company, Big Finish Productions, would in the late 1990s receive a license from the BBC to produce officially sanctioned Doctor Who-based productions.

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  1. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'wartime' in Nouns Frequency: #2945

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of wartime in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of wartime in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of wartime in a Sentence

  1. Jasminko Halilovic:

    Many people preserve wartime items, they still connect memories from the war with these objects and have an urge to share their experience and that's where the idea for the museum came from.

  2. John Schilling:

    However, it will probably require another year or two of development before this missile can reliably and accurately hit high-value continental U.S. targets, particularly if fired under wartime conditions.

  3. Adam Schiff:

    If Harry Truman couldn't nationalize the steel industry during wartime, this President doesn't have the power to declare an emergency and build a multibillion-dollar wall on the border. So, that's a nonstarter.

  4. Adam Schiff:

    Look, if Harry Truman couldn't nationalize the steel industry during wartime, this President doesn't have the power to declare an emergency and build a multibillion dollar wall on the border, so that's a non-starter.

  5. Zhang Baohui:

    That would provide greater security for China's nuclear submarines to survive ... and if necessary to execute their orders in wartime, they would be safer than in open oceans where China cannot provide adequate support.

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