Clock

A clock is an instrument to indicate, keep, and co-ordinate time. The word clock is derived ultimately (via Dutch, Northern French, and Medieval Latin) from the Celtic words clagan and clocca meaning `bell`. A silent instrument missing such a mechanism has traditionally been known as a timepiece. In general usage today a `clock` refers to any ...
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Clock (Circadian Locomotor Output Cycles Kaput) is a gene encoding a basic helix-loop-helix-PAS transcription factor (CLOCK) that affects both the persistence and period of circadian rhythms. CLOCK functions as an essential activator of downstream elements in the pathway critical to the generation of circadian rhythms. ==Discovery and function== T...
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Clock

Craftable item made from Gold Ingots and Redstone Dust. Shows the time as a rotating day/night cycle.
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• (v. t. & i.) To call, as a hen. See Cluck. • (n.) A large beetle, esp. the European dung beetle (Scarabaeus stercorarius). • (n.) A machine for measuring time, indicating the hour and other divisions by means of hands moving on a dial plate. Its works are moved by a weight or a spring, and it is often so constructed as to tell the ...
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Clock

1. A component in a computer that provides a timing pulse forother components. 2. The timing pulse of a network transmission.
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noun a timepiece that shows the time of day
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[cryptography] In cryptography, the clock was a method devised by Polish mathematician-cryptologist Jerzy Różycki, at the Polish General Staff`s Cipher Bureau, to facilitate decrypting German Enigma ciphers. ==Method== This method sometimes made it possible to determine which of the Enigma machine`s rotors was at the far right, that is, i...
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Clock

[dance act] They had hits with more covers (nine) in the 1990s on the UK Singles Chart than any other act. They also released hardcore versions of their hits under the name Visa. In the early 2000s, Saunders appeared on BBC Television`s Never Mind The Buzzcocks in the celebrity line-up. It was announced that she was now working as a legal s...
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[restaurant] Clock was a Swedish hamburger restaurant chain originally founded by an off-shoot from the US based Carrols. The chain suffered from mismanagement and declared bankruptcy; as the government had acquired the forfeited company, it was incorporated into the state-owned restaurant chain SARA. As Carrols Clock used the McDonald`s co...
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[Verb] To time something, such as with a stopwatch.
Example: The runner’s time was clocked at ten seconds faster than the World record.
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Clock (klŏk) transitive verb To ornament with figured work, as the side of a stocking.
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Clock noun [ Anglo-Saxon clucge bell; akin to Dutch klok clock, bell, German glocke , Danish klokke , Swedish klocka , Icelandic klukka bell, Late Latin clocca , cloca (whence French cloche ); al perhaps of Celtic origin; confer Ir. & G...
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Clock

Clock transitive verb & i. To call, as a hen. See Cluck . [ R.]
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Clock

A clock is an instrument for measuring time and indicating hours, minutes, and usually seconds, by means of hands moving on a dial-plate, and traditionally differing from a watch mainly in having the movement of its machinery regulated by a pendulum, and in not being portable. A clock also chimes, though the term clock is frequently, and incorrectl...
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a countdown to the start of a film or commercial used to help cue up the start. Often consists of production title, date etc. plus a schematised image of a clock with just a second hand counting down
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Clock

A device that generates accurate, periodic signals for synchronisation purposes
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clock

a device that provides a cyclic timing signal NOTE - When replicated sources are used for reliability reasons, the assembly of these is regarded as a single clock.
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Clock

A steady pulse from a generator which is used for synchronizing sequencers, drum machines, etc. Common sequencer timing clock rates are 24, 48, or 96 pulses-per-quarter note. MIDI timing clocks run at a rate of 24 ppqn.
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Clock

An equipment that provides a timing signal. NB - The word 'clock' generally means, when used for Synchronisation networks, the generator of the frequencies which will be used to synchronise the network.
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Any of several types of timing control devices, or the periodic signals that they generate. A sequencer's internal clock is always set to some number of pulses per quarter-note (ppq), and this setting is one of the main factors that determine how precisely the sequencer can record time-dependent information. The actual clock speed is usually determ...
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Clock

Clock is slang for to strike, especially on the head or face.
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clock, instrument for measuring and indicating time. Predecessors of the clock were the sundial, the hourglass, and the clepsydra. See also watch.Sections in this article:IntroductionThe Evolution of Mechanical ClocksElectric and Other ClocksSome Famous ClocksBibliography
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clock

equipment that provides a cyclic timing signal NOTE - Where replicated sources are used for reliability reasons, the assembly of these is regarded as a single clock.
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mechanical or electrical device other than a watch for displaying time. A clock is a machine in which a device that performs regular movements in ... [17 related articles]
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The dartboard itself, usually in the context of round the clock.
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