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time scale

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. time scalenoun

    an arrangement of events used as a measure of duration

    "on the geological time scale mankind has existed but for a brief moment"

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  1. time scalenoun

    A series of events used as a rough measure of duration.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of time scale in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of time scale in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of time scale in a Sentence

  1. Daryl Haggard:

    We do not think flares are connected to the G2 object, and the reason for that is that the time scales don't quite match. The time scale for these flares is fairly rapid — thousands of seconds.

  2. Scott Dixon:

    I do n’t think you can ever really put a time scale on it or an age or anything like that, i think we’ve seen the longevity, not just in our sport but across sports in general, there’s so many different ways, whether it’s the mental game or training or anything like that.

  3. Frances Moore:

    People will be worse off if they stop talking about it, people's memories are short, compared to the time scale of climate change. We need to be aware of the disconnect when we communicate about climate change.

  4. Monica Malik:

    The announcement is positive in that it shows a commitment to fiscal reform - the government is clearly focusing on it, but the key is whether the plan can be implemented, and that will be difficult. It's not clear that the time scale is doable.

  5. Jonathan Houghton:

    Until that moment, we had never been able to follow the movement of a shark for more than, say, nine months or a year. So to understand its movements on a time scale of three years, on a different side of the Atlantic, that's completely changed the way we think.

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