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 (krŏn′ə-grăf′, krō′nə-)
An instrument that registers or graphically records time intervals such as the duration of an event.

chron′o·graph′ic adj.
chron′o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Also, in terms of its technicality, the watch is Swiss made, automatically chronographic (a specific type of watch that is used as a stopwatch combined with a display watch) with Professional Grade scratch-resistant DLC plating, Anti-magnetic and comprises Anti-reflective sapphire crystal as well.
A short conclusion summarizes his findings, and two appendices treat the chronographic sources of the Deuteronomistic History and the fourteenth year of Hezekiah.
If a metronome and a watch can together form "a psychological apparatus of the simplest kind," allowing scientists of music and poetry to measure conscious responses to "the intensity of successive beats," (45) then one could begin to understand the possibilities afforded by newer, more sensitive chronographic equipment.
With the founding of the Institut Minerva de Recherche en Haute Horlogerie, Montblanc has not only dedicated itself toward assuring the survival of a manufacture with a legendary chronographic tradition: the mission of the Institut Minerva is to foster young talents whose new ideas will enrich the art of watchmaking, which they'll enliven with their innovative spirit and dynamism.