Recent Examples of stopwatch from the Web
In 1904, a Great Western locomotive, City of Truro, claimed to be the first to beat 100mph, timed by stopwatch—possibly a railway-issue John Walker.
In addition, apps and features like the stopwatch and Siri work quickly.
The 40-yard-dash time seems faster than the stopwatch reads.
Meb has always been, to his marrow, a man who races other men and not stopwatches.
Porsche fits its 718 GTS models with the torque-vectoring feature, the Sport Chrono pack that adds a Sport Plus driving mode and a dashtop stopwatch, and an adaptive sport suspension as standard.
Time this drill with a stopwatch and repeat four times and log your best time. Retest yourself in five weeks to measure your improvement.
Grab your stopwatches Sprint king Usain Bolt’s dreams of playing for Manchester United in a charity soccer match were dashed by a hamstring poll.
Like a manager standing over the assembly line with a stopwatch, Chartbeat and its ilk now hover over the newsroom.
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