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nanosecond

na noh se kuhnd

  • n  one billionth (10^-9) of a second; one thousandth of a microsecond

  • He used the phrase as the title of his second book, a best seller since the nanosecond it was available for purchase.
  • one hates to pay another nanosecond of attention to, but who can ignore this spot-on Dan Quayle impersonation by.
  • A cutting-edge, state-of-the-art, bicoastal multitasker, and I can give you a gigabyte in a nanosecond.
News & Articles

  • Dance Review: Oasis premiere full of intent, emotion
    Nejla Y. Yatkin's "Oasis," which had its official U.S. premiere on Friday evening at the Bates Dance Festival, gives the impression of a piece of art that has been honed until every millimeter and nanosecond is full of intent and commitment, without sacrificing its raw emotional impact.
    July 13, 2013 - Portland Press Herald
Quotes

  • Mitt Romney in Macon Telegraph
    Had someone asked me that question, there would not have been a nanosecond of thought about it; it would have been an immediate laugh,Romney said. "And, of course, if someone asked him if he would consider me as a running mate, he would...
  • Skip Prosser in CNNMoney.com
    You see it, you look at it, and you shake your head, but you can't waste one nanosecond to worry about it,Demon Deacons coach Skip Prosser said, referring to the lofty ranking, which matches the highest in school history in any AP poll.
  • Elaine Paige in China Daily
    Speaking of Susan, Elaine, 61, said: "She was like a virus, really, that spread across the world in a nanosecond. She is a girl with no experience of anything to do with theatrics, the music business, or art in any way. I don't particularly feel any...

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