half-second

half-second

n
1. (Units)
a. 1/120 of a minute of time
b. (as modifier): a half-second lead over the Finn.
2. a very short period of time; moment
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In a minute - in another half-second - he felt he would arrive at the solution of the tremendous puzzle; but here, as always happens, his mind dropped away from those heights with a rush of a wounded bird, and passing his hand before his eyes, he shook his head.
It was almost as if he had an extra half-second more than everyone around him, much like the great Barry John during the Seventies.
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The half-second Reflex trigger completes the ensemble.
Mark Arendz of Canada won silver, 0.7 seconds off Lekomtsev, while another half-second separated him from bronze medalist Azat Karachurin of Russia.
That makes adaptive sense: If an object is dangerous, it's better to swerve a half-second too soon than a half-second too late."
You're going to shoot five shots at one-second intervals, half-second intervals and quarter-second intervals.
Phelps broke to the front of the field during the butterfly and held his lead through the backstroke, but Lochte rallied during the breaststroke and held nearly a half-second lead as he began the final leg.
Controllers with access to ADS-B reporting receive one-second update rates compared to four and a half-second update rates with radar.
A half-second later, the volunteers saw another clip of someone making a hand gesture, such as a chopping motion, while saying the word for an action.
Aircraft equipped with ADS-B automatically broadcast their identity, position, altitude, speed and other parameters at half-second intervals and this information is available to view by air traffic controllers.
I was a half-second short of blasting Biker Bill when he flung his gun to the grass and screamed, "Don't shoot Whitey!