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  • v. Present participle of clock.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. the time taken to traverse a measured course.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the time taken to traverse a measured course


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  • Another Intel paper provides detail on how a microprocessor code-named Nehalem uses a technique called clocking to communicate at extremely high speeds with memory chips and other components in a system.

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  • He also faulted the algorithm for performing what's known as clocking separately and generating output equations with a low algebraic degree, flaws that also diminish security.

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  • Her clocking is a nine-second personal best and ranks No. 9 in the SEC.

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  • Her clocking is a 10-second personal best and ranks third in the SEC.

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  • I'm guessing they won't be serving pizza with a price tag clocking in at 500 bones per ticket.

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  • Meanwhile down below, Mrs. O'Malley quickly grabs a heavy crystal paperweight with malice in her eyes and gives Simon a good "clocking" upside the head, but River is quicker than O'Malley and not only snatches the paperweight from her, but gives her a good knock with the paperweight and promptly knocks her unconscious.

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  • The book then moves on to explain how an unbiased wheel works, how a player can gain an advantage, and how to practice wheel tracking or wheel "clocking," essentially watching a pattern of numbers to


  • This year's segment will be longer than ever before, says the Academy's executive director, Bruce Davis, clocking in at nearly five minutes.

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  • Olympic gold medalist and world record holder in the 100 and 200 meter events, Jamaican Usain Bolt, sprinted to an even more impressive victory this past weekend at the IAAF World Championships in Berlin, clocking 9.58 seconds to beat his own record.

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  • Hotels in Istanbul are clocking the highest occupancy rates in Europe, while many of the city's conference halls are booked well into next year, industry groups and analysts said.

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