It is also their duty to see that a sufficient force of scorers and timers is on hand.
He got to know the "habituals" and the "timers," the "gangs" and their "hang outs" and "fences."
The practical result, therefore, is that timers are often at variance to the extent of as much as two-fifths of a second.
To others the principal characteristic of rhythm is the time intervals; such are called 'timers.'
Of course there were the usual official scorers, timers, three judges for finishes, and an equal number for the field events.
The timers looked up from their watches and the group about the line broke up.
Fanning finished oiling the motor and adjusting grease cups and timers, and straightening up, glanced nervously about him.
He got to know the “habituals” and the “timers,” the “gangs” and their “hang outs” and “fences.”
The drone, on the far side of the moon, was decelerating, dropping as servo mechanisms operating on timers activated its blasters.
The timers were to the left of the control board, but Shinny turned to the right and the ladder leading to the lower deck.