ring time

ring time

[′riŋ ‚tīm]
(electronics)
The length of time in microseconds required for a pulse of energy transmitted into an echo box to die out; a measurement of the performance of the radar.
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Even during this down time Burns can't keep down that burning desire that fuels him through the long, painful camps and gets him into the ring time and time again.
I got a good six rounds in the bank but the thing is I need ring time.
Katie's five years older and has 10 times the amount of fights and actual ring time, so I wouldn't be too worried," he said.
And reflection is how you learn to develop your strengths, accept your weaknesses and hone the processes that allow you to earn your personal equivalent of a Super Bowl ring time and time again.
For Cunningham it was about getting crucial ring time ahead of the National Championships to be held in London later this month.
The specified times for execution of the contract is expected to ad ring time.
Halesowen super middleweight prospect, Lennox Clarke, got valuable ring time under his belt as he went the distance with awkward Welshman, Jamie Ambler.
But the youngster has not had much ring time this year, and going into th e Glasgow Commonwealth Games, he only has two bouts the Wo rld Series of Boxing in the United States under his belt.
In addition to over 200 out-of-the-box report templates, abandoned calls, ring time, call duration, and call stage reports are among a few of the new reporting metrics available.
His record shows 11 victories from 12 bouts, not a lot of ring time for a 31-yearold.
FINAL BELL: Jane Taylor and Linda Bailey ring time on their careers with Parkgate Primary children taking part in the Easter bonnet parade
In the spring time, the only pretty ring time, When birds do sing, hey ding a ding a ding; Sweet lovers love the spring.