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The period of time listed on this menu—ranging from 15 seconds to 30 minutes—controls how long your phone will sit idle before going into standby and displaying the lock screen.

Scripps may have been a millionaire – the equivalent of a billionaire today – but she was no shill for the idle rich.

They launched a new service – previously there was an offline point, which is now closed, and the equipment is idle.

These governments have been paying idled employees 60 to 90 percent of their wages through their employer.

So, after years of idle complaining, I finally decided to try to do something about it.

I begin now to comprehend your disdain of customs which impose chains so idly galling on the liberty of our sex.

The Parisians, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

She went to the vast Regency desk, idly fingering papers, and laid hold of a document.

The Pretty Lady Arnold E. Bennett

He kissed it, and then idly amused himself with turning the rings to and fro on the slender fingers.

Glancing over it idly, he caught the name, twice or thrice repeated, of the town where Judge Priest lived.

"Keep it, certainly," said Wildeve, who had idly watched the scene from a distance.

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