main clock

main clock

[′mān ′kläk]
(computer science)
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The parade will march from the blue clock to the iconic main clock for the official opening, at 10.
In August, copper faces from the building's main clock were stolen and the society says that the site has also suffered from a small fire and vandalism.
What we do is we get a global positioning system signal from the atomic clock in Colorado, which is the main clock the government uses to guide all of its electronic devices, whether it's missiles or planes or anything like that," Tim Tomkins of the Times Square Business Improvement District (http://www.
Although most of the buildings would be demolished, the main clock tower building would be restored as six flats and a community room.
SATURDAY A VALLEYS town's main clock is to become the world's smallest multiplex cinema, to celebrate the success of the movie A Bit of Tom Jones?
All the cellular clocks need to synchronize with the main clock in the head, says Ueli Schibler of the University of Geneva in Switzerland.
For the body to function normally, all the cellular clocks must synchronize with the main clock in the head, says Ueli Schibler of the University of Geneva in Switzerland and coauthor of one of the studies.
At Liverpool's new Paradise Street bus station on Sunday, the main clock was running 90 minutes fast.
The highlight of the journey was the statement that the main clock tower in Chester had an empty fourth side 'because that side points towards Wales and we wouldn't give them the time of day'.
The parade, organised by the Redcar branch of the Royal British Legion, will march from the blue clock to the iconic main clock for the official opening, at 10.
So, where is the main clock that propels them to show the time of the three clocks'?