Now, is the real time of trial; now, indeed, she needs all her courage and resolution.
I've got the runabout, and after that we'll bathe and have a real time.
Probably it did not last for more than two or three seconds of real time.
If you try that too much, I may not believe you when the real time comes.
In a word, his real time of relief being that evening at sunset, his mate came lounging in, within a quarter of an hour.
Metachronism, me-tak′ron-izm, n. an error made by placing an event after its real time.
But he is bound by the fundamental principle of real time, that it can move only forward and not backward.
None of the cooks needs to know how to write or read; food preparation is on-line, in real time.
It comes to you there with longer knowledge, and with all deference to what flushes and shimmers, that the night is the real time.
A special input register may be connected to operate as a Real Time Clock.