ringing time

ringing time

[′riŋ·iŋ ‚tīm]
(engineering)
In an ultrasonic testing unit, the length of time that the vibrations in a piezoelectric crystal remain after the generation of ultrasonic waves ceases.
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After that the bell went on ringing time after time; but the King was now so violently enraged that he could not utter a word, but hopped out of his throne and all around the room in a mad frenzy, so that he reminded Dorothy of a jumping-jack.
Yet when they reached the church and were about to slip aside into their usual seats, a little beyond the font, where they could see the red-furred tails of the bellropes waggle and twist at ringing time, they were swept forward irresistibly, a Cloke on either flank (and yet they had not walked with the Clokes), upon the ever-retiring bosom of a black-gowned verger, who ushered them into a room of a pew at the head of the left aisle, under the pulpit.
And the bells will be ringing time for another loveable Cockney tonight.
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Whether it's a hypnotic twang of a 'birembau' as in "Mercado Modelo," or a triangle ringing time on "Porta De Galinhas," or those riveting 'panderetas' and 'quicas' on "Samba Queens," it all sets a colorful bed for Plaut to traverse his linear melodic stylings.
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