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  • noun Plural form of nanosecond.

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  • But even before you notice that an avalanche is racing towards you, the motion detectors built into your Life Bags Xtreme® automatically trigger rapid inflation so that in nanoseconds you are enveloped in a protective bubble stocked with supplies to last weeks.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • But even before you notice that an avalanche is racing towards you, the motion detectors built into your Life Bags Xtreme® automatically trigger rapid inflation so that in nanoseconds you are enveloped in a protective bubble stocked with supplies to last weeks.

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  • It also means the judge of whatever contest we're about to enter has a 30-year visual library to compare our images against in nanoseconds before s/he yells "out."

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  • It also means the judge of whatever contest we're about to enter has a 30-year visual library to compare our images against in nanoseconds before s/he yells "out."

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • It's easy to translate Naoya Hatakeyama's blast series as a critique of man's wanton destruction of nature and its capacity to do so in nanoseconds, undoing what has taken millions, even billions, of years to form.

    REPOST: Naoya Hatakeyama & Geoff's Earth-Fountain©

  • It's easy to translate Naoya Hatakeyama's blast series as a critique of man's wanton destruction of nature and its capacity to do so in nanoseconds, undoing what has taken millions, even billions, of years to form.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • It's easy to translate Naoya Hatakeyama's blast series as a critique of man's wanton destruction of nature and its capacity to do so in nanoseconds, undoing what has taken millions, even billions, of years to form.

    Naoya Hatakeyama & Geoff's Earth-Fountain©

  • It's easy to translate Naoya Hatakeyama's blast series as a critique of man's wanton destruction of nature and its capacity to do so in nanoseconds, undoing what has taken millions, even billions, of years to form.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Relative to the sun, Oort cloud objects are essentially stationary, but at the ship†™ s current velocity (over 300 million miles per hour), objects pass through the ship in nanoseconds.

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  • None of that makes any economic sense, but the computers and the techies react in nanoseconds.

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