clock time


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Noun1.clock time - a reading of a point in time as given by a clockclock time - a reading of a point in time as given by a clock; "do you know what time it is?"; "the time is 10 o'clock"
meter reading, reading, indication - a datum about some physical state that is presented to a user by a meter or similar instrument; "he could not believe the meter reading"; "the barometer gave clear indications of an approaching storm"
SCLK, spacecraft clock time - the clock time given by a clock carried on board a spacecraft
prime time - the hours between 7 and 11 p.m. when the largest tv audience is available
time of day, hour - clock time; "the hour is getting late"
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1972) with the time scale appearing to bear little relation to clock time. The flow of time tends to be discontinuous and full of sudden spasms, movement or emotion.
Apart from the Elite Class Cycling Race, in the Individual Time Trials Imran Khan clinched the trophy after crossing a distance of 14 kilometer in 19 minute and 17 second, Tanzeel Khan finished with a slight different with his clock time 19 minute and 53second, and Mohammad Nabil shown a clock time of 19minute and 59 second.
Local mean time is close enough to standard clock time for some purposes.
He covers interest rates, including flat rates and dependence on the maturity date, financial instruments such as stocks, forwards and options, trading strategies including asymptotic results, stochastic properties of stock prices, including covariation, trading strategies with clock time horizons, diversification, including risk and growth portfolios as well as rebalancing, covariation with the market, including analyzing portfolios related to the market and using the capital asset pricing model, performance and risk measures, including risk adjustment, and simple covariation, including equal correlation and multiplicative correlation.
Watchdog can provide pipe/soil potentials on a weekly or monthly basis; monitor pipeline travelers to GPS coordinates and atomic clock time; provide alarms when a pipe becomes damaged; and communicate from field units to pipeline control centers via satellite, CDPD, radio, or GSM.
A single, ruling, and relatively egalitarian time which degendered hospitals by making men and women subject to the same temporal master temporarily superseded clock time. Although male surgeons and southern nurses continued to work within multiple times both became increasingly aware of and controlled by a new, entirely capricious time--battle time--a temporality independent of considerations of gender.
International cyclist Mohsin Khan, who recorded a clock time of 36 minute and 31second by crossing a distance of 28 kilometers.
While the growth of "clock time" changed the way time was perceived on a daily basis, the Civil War, on the other hand, changed longer-term perceptions of time.
In the Men's 100m Individual Medley Heat Pakistan Farrukh got first position with his time 1.08.65sec, and Mohammad Yahya Khan got second position with his clock time 1.00.68sec.
Soon after the inauguration ceremony, the athletic even including 800m race was held in which Sohail of Hazara clocked 2:11:16sec by winning first gold medal, followed by Mohammad Saleh Khan of Bannu with his clock time 2:13.11sec got silver medal and Saddam Hussain of Swat with his clock time 2:13.38sec got bronze medal.