PESHAWAR -- Promising Zahid Khan of Mardan Region Tuesday created a new record in 5000m race with a clock time 14 minute and 30sec by breaking old record of 16 minutes and one second on the opening day of the Khyber Pakhtoonkhaw Inter-Region Athletic Meet which got under way here at Qayyum Sports Complex Tartan Track.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Clock Time
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J WOODS, Gateshead TIME Tick tock goes the clock Time is moving on.
Their case-study of the availability and use of clock time in late-medieval and early-modern Bristol illustrates the multiple utilities of time-knowledge, earlier than and independent of the rise of industrial capitalism.
Inspired by John's mother Elizabeth's labor, the late spiritual great Henri Nouwen wrote this reflection on patience: "Patience dispels clock time and reveals a new time, the time of salvation.
As Blair explained, For companies struggling to make a batch window which is a small and well-defined time each day when organizations can update their DB2 mainframes even modest gains in either CPU usage or reductions in clock time can be a lifesaver.
Of course, Jensen's goal was totally uncontemporary: a classic New York School search for correspondences, a hope to unite chronos and kairos, clock time and God time.
One indispensable element turning peasants into a modern proletariat, they demonstrated, was breaking them from rural or artisan "natural" time to the industrial clock time upon which modern capitalism was based.