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  • n. Alternative form of time lock.


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  • A timelock was put on their helmet transmitters so that they could contact the Orla XI in 10 hours.

    Parlor Games

  • Ah the sound of the vault doors closing on the GOP, with the timelock set to 8 years ....

    Poll: Senate GOP Leader McConnell Trailing Democratic Opponent

  • The site timelock. has a program [Timelock, $20] that allows someone to use encryption to lock themselves up for a set or random amount of time, or even to send the key to their chastity belt over the internet to a trusted "keyholder".

    Boing Boing

  • But because he had to stay and hold the timelock open, he couldn't enter the room.

    Week 19: Rabbit Redux

  • The master mage paused at the timelock entrance for one last look about his home, at the slow-time envelope that had been his world for so long.


  • Epilogue THE HEIR Barrin watched as the last student filed from the slow - time end of the timelock.


  • Having just come through the timelock, Rayne would have actually finished hours before Barrin ever left real time for their shared home.


  • Here, in the timelock, slow-time waters were pumped out of the same well that served Gatha's facilities.


  • In the timelock, passing into the slow-time area where Gatha had settled his own quarters and a modest workspace,


  • He turned to one of the stone benches that sat to either side of the timelock.



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