elapsed time

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the time that elapses while some event is occurring

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Results for ORCi will be decided by the application of the Time-on-Time Simplified Scoring System as a multiplier of elapsed time.
The decreasing rate reached about 20% up to 12 hours of elapsed time and reached almost 90% after 72 hours.
Keep score point-by-point with series score view for most sports, includes post-game summary and elapsed time (AllScore mode also works for keeping golf statistics or other counts).
Figure 8 shows the centroid frequency of detected AE signals with the elapsed time.
After a year of elapsed time, the warranty usually ends.
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elapsed time and registered time to degree, with that of counterparts with traditional baccalaureate origins, along with a number of other educational and demographic attributes.
Timestrips[R] time- and temperature-sensitive smart labels visually monitor elapsed time from minutes to over a year on any product.
DRIVE: 85 yards on three plays, 42 seconds elapsed time.
And we are seeing real-world benchmarks reveal faster unload and load elapsed time than the standard tools shipped with IMS," stated Joe Backer, president and CEO, NEON Systems.
They were then stored at 23[degrees]C for periods of elapsed time [t.
An instrument immediately records the changes in thermocouple potential with elapsed time and, moments after the sample has solidified, it indicates the carbon eqivalent, carbon and silicon contents and the liquidous and solidus temperatures.
A multi-wave test is conducted every 20 seconds for a total elapsed time of 15 minutes.
based company designs, manufactures and distributes consumer-product labels that visually monitor elapsed time from minutes up to over a year on any product in which time is a factor for quality, safety or health.