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clock (one)

slang To strike one very forcefully, especially in the face. He made some rude comment about my mother, so I turned around and clocked him square in the jaw.
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clock

tv. to earn, score, or total up someone or something. (As if the person or thing gained were being metered or clocked.) Sam clocked a date with Sally, and is he ever proud!
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* Embedded clocking provides advantages of source-synchronous clocking without problems related to clock-skew from poor strobe signal integrity and mismatched trace lengths.
Ultra3 SCSI products can include .any of the following features: double transition clocking or CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) or domain validation or packetization, or QAS (Quick Arbitration and Select).
Ulta160/m includes the first three features, double transition clocking, domain validation, and cyclical redundancy checking (Fig 2).
Double transition clocking enables speeds of up to 160MB/sec without increasing the interface clock rate and while using existing Ultra2 SCSI cable plants.
Double transition clocking changes the digital protocol to use both edges of the SCSI request/acknowledge signal to clock data.