Clock-in sentence example

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  • Even as I reach for the receiver Iâm checking the clock in a somewhat futile effort to fathom the time and place and day.

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  • Since Neurospora has a blue-light photoreceptor the clock in Neurospora " sees " white or blue light but does not perceive red light.

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  • In the Konigsberg transit instrument used by Struve and Cohn, the clockwork was attached to the eye-end of the instrument - a condition which is obviously undesirable both from the necessarily unsymmetrical position of the clockwork with respect to the optical axis, and from the impossibility of securing the uniform going of the clock in different positions of the instrument.

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  • Instead of having a simple clock in the center, the display can be customized with up to four windows, allowing athletes and trainers to view four separate sets of data all at the same time.

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  • Distinctive touches pervade each ship, such as the Flemish clock in the Rotterdam's atrium and baroque pipe organ aboard the Zaandam.

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  • You may have a clock in your room to give you a better guess.

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  • Race against the clock in this fun challenge called Cone Crazy 2.

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  • If you have problems waking up in the morning, then how about buying the loudest alarm clock in the store to help you wake up to face the new day!

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  • Someone asked what time it was and there wasn't a wall clock in the room.

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  • The source that keeps American atomic devices synchronized is the NIST (National Institute of Standards) atomic clock in Colorado which transmits radio signals and serves as the official U.S. timekeeping clock.

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  • Technical features include a precision engineered, battery-powered movement which receives radio signals from the most accurate atomic clock in the world.

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  • Have students clock in and out of class.

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  • The use of the pendulum clock in its present form appears to date from the construction of such a clock by Huygens in 16J7.

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  • Seconds literally ticked away on the old grandfather clock in the next room.

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  • The manor was silent, except for the ticking of the grandfather clock in the foyer.

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  • The grandfather clock in the hall ticked away the seconds and chimed.

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  • Then he remembered the ringing alarm clock in the luggage of their other guest.

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  • His emotional voice was like an alarm clock in her brain.

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  • The cathedral has some fine stained glass, a sculptured pulpit and the famous astronomical clock in the south transept; this contains some fragments of the clock built by the mathematician, Conrad Dasypodius, in 1574.

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  • The daily rhythm of life is maintained by a circadian clock in organisms ranging from bacteria to humans.

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  • If I hurry I should finish the clock in time to see the cuckoo come out for the first time.

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  • What time is it when there is a pie on the town hall clock in Wigan?

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  • The Nanda Clocky is a unique alarm clock in that it has a pair of ruggedized wheels on its sides.

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