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When it passes through the first screen it breaks the current activating a chronograph, counting chronograph.
WARREN COMMISSION (5 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. V (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
In many respects the instrument is similar to the electro-ballistic chronograph of Navez.
The saving of time and labor by the printing chronograph is very considerable and the filing of the records very convenient.
It is possible to connect any of these clocks telegraphically with an instrument in the observatory, known as a chronograph.
The mode of operating with the chronograph at a race has been thus described.
TIME AND TIME-TELLERSJAMES W. BENSON
The Boulang chronograph is a modern development of this idea.
In the central office was a chronograph which registered each discharge in succession.
CHARLES CARLETON COFFINWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS, D. D.
Heart-PieceThe heart-shaped cam on the center-seconds wheel of a chronograph, which causes the hand to fly back to zero.
TIME TELLING THROUGH THE AGESHARRY CHASE BREARLEY
Seconds, SplitDivided secondsinto quarters, or fifths; measured by a chronograph.
TIME TELLING THROUGH THE AGESHARRY CHASE BREARLEY
The intervals of exposures were recorded by the chronograph, and divided into thousandths of a second.

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