from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Of or pertaining to a chronometer or to chronometry.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Pertaining to a chronometer; measured by a chronometer.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to or of the nature of chronometry.
  • Pertaining to the chronometer; measured by a chronometer.


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  • Noise serves as a chronometric marker and carrier.

    Noise is...

  • Since the chronometric particles had affected hir only at close proximity, it should be safe.

    No Limits

  • The chronometric particles must be leaking from the diagnostic unit, because s/he was hallucinating again.

    No Limits

  • But the diagnostic unit could barely detect the chronometric particles.

    No Limits

  • One Starfleet deep-space-exploration ship, the Equulus, had harvested chronometric particles from a temporal vortex nearly seventy years ago.

    No Limits

  • It only took a simple computer query to get citations for chronometric particles.

    No Limits

  • The diagnostic unit designated them as chronometric particles.

    No Limits

  • In addition, Nog said, to having been subjected to an intense burst of chronometric particles, which suggested it had traveled along a temporal slingshot trajectory.


  • But Sisko was betting that at the appropriate time, even the brief cascade of chronometric particles the emitter produced would destroy the worm hole-precursor field that Leej Terrell had created with the Red Orb in her secret lab deep within DS9.


  • Many experts in chronometric dating methods find the work solid, though Jack Rink of McMaster University in Ontario was cited in Science as saying that he would like to see them verified by another method.

    Early Hominids in Siberia?


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