read time

read time

[′rēd ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time interval between the instant at which information is called for from storage and the instant at which delivery is completed in a computer.
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We read time and time again (see today's page 5 for example) of the staggering cuts this city faces and of the crippling impact these will have.
6 Not all children are bookworms, but all children love stories If those stories come in the form of comics, or favourite picture books they want to read time and time again, then indulge them.
thinking as a I retrain as a teacher Should Of course this could also be construed mid-life crisis but I have read time and again that is the way to calm the over active brain.
WE read time and time again in the newspapers of the bereaved suing hospitals and doctors for negligence.
I can guarantee that it will be read time and time again.
The detector offers a fast read time due to a 33 mW laser and a 3000 rpm read head speed.
Specifically developed for mobile phone applications, the new device supports 66MHz microprocessors and offers a 11 nanosecond burst mode read time and a 55 nanosecond asynchronous read time.
Cloris Leachman plays her eccentric mother; Jim Gaffigan (``Welcome to New York'') plays the high-school sweetheart who apparently doesn't read Time magazine and believes he still has a chance with her.
With utterly irresistible simplicity, Good Egg is one of those books which will be read time and time again.
The ergonomic design sports an ``S'' shape that curves around the wrist bone with a push-button face light and also features a 26-lap memory, a large angled analog display to read time accurately and a chronograph function that freezes in a split read, accurate to a tenth of a second.