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chrono-

(kron'ō),
Time.
[G. chronos]
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chrono-

Combining form referring to time.
[G. chronos]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

chrono-

, chron- [Gr. chronos, time]
Prefixes meaning time or timing.
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The chronograph runs on one 9-volt battery and the battery compartment has room for a spare (if you don't turn off the Chrono before storage the battery will run down).
Accurate, reliable and auditable time feeds are established using atomic clocks and are synchronized to UTC to ensure the same time is available from all Connexus Chrono clocks globally.
At no point did I feel that as a road car it was lacking in power, but having driven the S with and without the PASM Sport Chrono and active suspension management package, it felt a more composed and enjoyable car with PASM.
I had gone to the trouble of fabricating a plywood screen, a short wall with a hole through it, to keep the muzzle blast from toppling my chrono on its tripod.
The Classic Fusion Chrono Aerofusion Cricket watch, released to mark Hublot's appointment as the Official Timekeeper of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, is a celebration of the sport in every sense of the term.
The Tudor Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue is an updated version of the distinctive Montecarlo chronograph, launched in 1973, and the TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Jack Heuer Edition has a 1970s-inspired design.
Chrono functions as a transcriptional repressor of the negative feedback loop in the mammalian clock.
The Cayman GTS comes standard with the Sport Chrono package that includes Porsche Active Suspension Management, which allows the driver to switch between driving modes, and also features active engine mounts that stiffen during acceleration, cornering and braking to reduce weight transfer.
GirardA[degrees]Perregaux's Chrono Hawk line is now available with a stainless steel bracelet in a design and perfect finish that once again demonstrates the Swiss watchmaker's excellence.
The newest member of a popular watch collection, the Seamaster Aqua Terra Chrono GMT features the brand's exclusive Co-Axial mechanical movement family, the Omega Co-Axial calibre 9605.
This enables the vehicle to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.4 seconds (or 5.2 seconds with the optional Sport Chrono package fitted).
Buyers will also get 20-inch 911 Turbo II wheels, Porsche's active suspension management system plus Sport Chrono package included along with race-tested ceramic brakes.