timer

[n] - a regulator that activates or deactivates a mechanism at set times 2. [n] - a timepiece that measures a time interval and signals its end
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Timer

Tim'er noun A timekeeper; especially, a watch by which small intervals of time can be measured; a kind of stop watch. It is used for timing the speed of horses, machinery, etc.
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Timer

Tim'er noun (Internal-combustion Engines) In electric ignition, an adjustable device for automatically timing the spark.
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timer

noun a timepiece that measures a time interval and signals its end
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timer

noun (sports) an official who keeps track of the time elapsed
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Timer

• (n.) In electric ignition, an adjustable device for automatically timing the spark. • (n.) A timekeeper; especially, a watch by which small intervals of time can be measured; a kind of stop watch. It is used for timing the speed of horses, machinery, etc.
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Timer

A timer is a specialized type of clock. A timer can be used to control the sequence of an event or process. Whereas a stopwatch counts upwards from zero for measuring elapsed time, a timer counts down from a specified time interval, like an hourglass. Timers can be mechanical, electromechanical, electronic (quartz), or even software as all modern
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Timer

The person at the lab who goes through your film, shot by shot and selects the printing lights
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timer

functional unit that provides absolute, relative or incremental time values NOTE - The input of the time values to the process computer system can be done by polling or by direct interruption of a running task.
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Timer

A device that can be set to automatically turn appliances (lights) off and on at set times.
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TiMER

==Plot== TiMER is a corporation specializing in a unique matchmaking device. For a nominal monthly fee, the company can equip anyone with a countdown timer that counts down to the point that the customer is brought into contact with his or her soul mate. The night before meeting a soul mate, the TiMER reaches zero, and will begin to beep when the
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TIMER

A lightweight clockwork or electronic device fitted to free-flight aircraft to operate in-flight systems and to control the dethermaliser
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Timer

The volunteers sitting behind the starting blocks/finish end of pool, who are responsible for getting watch times on events and activating the backup buttons for the timing system.
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timer

Volunteer at a swim meet who stands at the finish end of the pool and is responsible for timing the swimmer in their lane. Each lane must have at least two, but preferably three, timers. Some electronic systems will have buttons for each timer to push, which stops the clock for that lane. Timers also will have stopwatches, which are used to record
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Timer

The volunteers sitting behind the starting block/finish end of the pool, who are responsible for getting watch times on events and activating the backup buttons for the timing system.
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Timer

Clock used to control processing.
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