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  • noun The elapsed time between two events


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  • But there's a lag time involved and government support could eliminate the lagtime and boost the rate of conversion to those kinds of farming practices and benefit everybody, especially the planet.

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  • Dog Cza ', him all time gone, too; him no like lagtime -- all same Miste' Laglange.

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  • In summer and fall, the lagtime is at a minimum; in winter and spring, at a maximum.

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  • The lagtime, here, appears to depend (at minimum) on the time required to betray a pledge.

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  • The 50-minute lagtime is only an average, which varies between 25 and 75 minutes depending on the season.

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  • Hard-core broadcasters may want to check out a head-to-head smackdown with a pair of Nokia N95s, in which Ustream got the jump on Qik in minimizing lagtime between shooting video and seeing it live on the web.


  • I forsee this being more popular than OnLive though, because of the simple fact that there will always be lagtime when playing a game on a remote server.

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  • Quicktime / iTunes movies have significant lagtime when trying to play, stop, or skip a movie (and this has NEVER happened before)

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  • There is always a lagtime between the stock market's actions and the economy's actions.


  • In addition to contact time, we must ensure that the "prep-lagtime" has an average length of 90 seconds Photo courtesy of Flickr. com from start of tactile stimulation.



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