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  • n. Plural form of time-stamp.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of time-stamp.

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Examples

  • Based on the time-stamps on the pictures, Reuters reported, the earliest one was taken at 2:30 a.m.

    After the Raid in bin Laden's Compound

  • BlackRock is negotiating better terms with custody banks it still uses, such as by asking for time-stamps on trades, the people say.

    Suspicion of Forex Gouging Spreads

  • I brought my Blog over to BlueHost in 2005, so all of my articles which were written early on have the wrong time-stamps on them.

    Predicting Worse Ahead from America's Economic Crisis

  • Apparently this new time for the time change caught some IT people off-guard; it was like a mini Y2K problem for some places like schools and hospitals that run on computers with time-stamps.

    What Time Is It?

  • In other words, many of his time-stamps are faked.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The only problem was that both tickets were issued between 11 PM and 1 AM according to the time-stamps on the tickets themselves.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Dangers of DC Parking:

  • Each pixel channel can sense when a certain minimum amount of charge has been deposited by a passing charged particle, digitizes and time-stamps it, and sends it out onto the readout bus when a trigger signal matching the time stamp is received.

    Final Pieces of the CMS Puzzle

  • I wonder if anyone has matched up the time-stamps of those votes in Springfield with Obama's scheduled law classes at the University of Chicago.

    Are you having trouble understanding Sarah Palin's hairdo?

  • I wish there were time-stamps on this -- actually, I'm adding them now -- but I assure you, I posted before Edwards made me look like a brilliant prognosticator!

    Democratic Debate Open Thread

  • Ritchie "concealed its late trading by receiving pre-4 p.m. time-stamps on its order tickets," said Merri Joe Gillette, director of the SEC's Chicago regional office.

    Ritchie Capital Settles Late-Trading Case

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