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stopwatch

[′stäp‚wäch]
(horology)
A watch that can be started or stopped at will by pressing a small button; used to measure elapsed time.
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The respondents chose stopwatch as the equipment that is time consuming during experiment.
99 Stopwatch Right >32 31 30 29 28 (hundred of seconds) Left >32 31 30 29 28 5 X 5 Shuttle >17- 16- 15- 14- 13- Run (seconds) 17.
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Although it took him 12 attempts to get off the mark over fences, this was a careerbest on the stopwatch, so he shouldn't be dismissed too readily.
who has never watched the second hand of a stopwatch spin and spin in
ROAD SAFETY LESSON: Actors from Stopwatch Theatre Company, left and below, presented a safety production called Chicken for the children of Breckon Hill Primary School, below left, to encourage them to be safer road usersPictures by IAN COOPER
Tom and Bilby, his pet Bridalon use the stopwatch to visit the land of Mirthful.
The conceit of the stopwatch is simply that people have a given amount of time that they will spend searching for a given product (or service), and therefore it is essential that (1) your product be up front in the queue and (2) you provide sufficiently compelling reasons for people to buy post-haste: "Providing the most persuasion in the least amount of time--effective signals of product value (brands, design features, textures, etc.
A stopwatch can also be used to determine how quickly the groups correctly assembled their words together and responded with the appropriate association.
Television news director Arthur Bloom, who helped found the newsmagazine "60 Minutes" and donated his stopwatch to create the show's iconic ticking image, died Jan.
I didn't have a stopwatch handy but if you absolutely have to have slide shows on your site you could do worse than go just a shade faster than SPF.
A stopwatch analysis of older injection machine cycles reveals that the clamping time is typically two seconds to open and two seconds to close on the mechanical type press, and somewhat longer on the full hydraulic unit.