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zero time

Epidemiology The time at which a particular condition being studied–eg, AIDS-is first identified or diagnosed Types Delayed ZT–the condition is diagnosed by others and referred to a center where a study is being performed, and prompt ZT–if the diagnosis is established for the first time
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I don't do any housework or chores, I don't clear up or help with the dinner and I spend zero time with my family.
It takes zero time to set up and can be played just about anywhere - within reason.
There was zero time for a London party, though, as talent jetted straight off to Spain to continue their preem run.
This general disconnection caused a massive energy pulse created by the immediate disconnection of a sizeable load in zero time.
Genred historical fantasy, Zero Time could be classified as one heck of a sci-fi involving time travel and aliens, all tying in with the Mesoamerican culture and the end of the Mayan calendar.
Zero time space; how quantum tunneling broke the light speed barrier.
One of the inherent properties of crossed magnetic-electrostatic deflection is an ability to transfer electrons from one surface to another with close to zero time distortion.
Then, when her faucet's dripping, the roof is leaking or she finally has time to build that garage workbench, she spends zero time digging through a pile of old magazines.
Other features include: dual-channel synchronization with zero time skew and 3.
The H-1 upgrade program will produce "a fleet of zero time helicopters," Amos said, "at a fraction of the cost for a comparable number of new rotorcraft.
Today, computers process data in near zero time, thus the speed of all server applications run in proportion to the speed of the slowest device, which is the mechanical disk drive.
Sinyi's 24-hour service system is nightless and endless, and it's what zero time difference, zero distance, and zero international limits are about.