main clock

main clock

[′mān ′kläk]
(computer science)
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He said that local technicians had been contacted for the repair of the main clock and they had assured the authorities that it would become functional.
So even as the main clock adjusts, there might continue to be a mismatch between clocks in the heart, lungs, pancreas or liver.
The Bezel, expressing 24 time zones, sits proud of the main clock, and reminiscent of HG Wells' time machine, allows the owner to rotate it in either direction depending on where they find themselves in the world.
It is also known that the limit of this experiment is the main clock, which is due to the CMOS sensor clock.
* Master Clock: main clock signal from NF2CORE which provides clock pulse to all modules.
The parade will march from the blue clock to the iconic main clock for the official opening, at 10.30am, of Armed Forces Day by the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland, Councillor Vic Jefferies.
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.ny1.com/content/36078/technology-helps-times-square-new-year-s-eve-ball-drop-run-smoothly) told NY1 in 2003.
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?
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.
All the cellular clocks need to synchronize with the main clock in the head, says Ueli Schibler of the University of Geneva in Switzerland.