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Ready for prime time


Professionally talented. Accomplished and prepared to perform before an audience. Any project that is ready to begin after lengthy preparation. The term comes from TV wherein prime time’ is the most popular viewing time of the day so only the best shows and most talented entertainers perform at that time, thusly suggesting you are ready for prime time signals you are no longer an amateur but a professional.

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