carry time

carry time

[′kar·ē ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time needed to transfer all carry digits to the next higher column.
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I come to it from the perspective of having started my concealed carry time packing a humongous Government model.
The alleged spy was told to carry Time magazine and wait outside the Libreria shop near San Giovanni subway station in the Italian capital.
Yes, my 9mms and my .45s each get their share of both carry time and trigger time.
The reliability of JAMS products such as HELLFIRE is expressed as the probability of a successful engagement for a defined period of on-wing time or captive carry time. This captive carry limit is known as durability.
The tales were at their most eloquent and poetic when they spoke of exile being a blank page in which only the past can be written and at their most anguished when they questioned what tale can carry time.
On average staff in the business will land shares, which carry time phased execution conditions, with a value of pounds 37,000.
And one in five will lose their unused holidays because employers will not allow them to carry time over into 2004, the survey by Virgin Travelstore found.
For example, a retailer might want to have five beauty magazines but only the top two or three sports publications, and for news just carry Time or Newsweek."