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The art and science of identity has evolved with technological advances and the need to facilitate an incredibly complex series of decisions and actions to deliver the right content to the right person or persona – all in milliseconds.

FRBs typically last a few milliseconds and are never seen again.

His pitches seemed to dart in the millisecond between crossing the plate and reaching the catcher’s mitt.

According to LeClair, “The best in class organizations can do all of this – from initial detection to data assembly, to making a decision, and delivering it – in less than 200 milliseconds”.

In the example below, the savings in both milliseconds and bytes are far greater for Deferring Offscreen Images than Removing Unused CSS, so Deferring Offscreen Images will be a higher priority.

Within a millisecond the shock shuttles through your body; grief consumes your soul.

I have no idea what any of us were looking at that particular millisecond when the picture was taken.

As expected, the two kissed for a millisecond and the crowd erupted in applause and cheers.

To get all that stuff and 'port up here in the millisecond or so we had the screens open?

The telepaths were trained to become ultrasensitive, trained to become aware of the Dragons in less than a millisecond.

"Point six three eight seconds, sir," the Omans said, holding up a millisecond timer.

Now, fractions of a millisecond later, the Lady May was directly in line.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to millisecond, such as: blink of an eye, nanosecond, bat of an eye, flash, fraction of a second, and half a second.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.