I have no idea what any of us were looking at that particular millisecond when the picture was taken.
Within a millisecond the shock shuttles through your body; grief consumes your soul.
As expected, the two kissed for a millisecond and the crowd erupted in applause and cheers.
Now, fractions of a millisecond later, the Lady May was directly in line.
To get all that stuff and 'port up here in the millisecond or so we had the screens open?
The telepaths were trained to become ultrasensitive, trained to become aware of the Dragons in less than a millisecond.
"Point six three eight seconds, sir," the Omans said, holding up a millisecond timer.
millisecond mil·li·sec·ond (mĭl'ĭ-sěk'ənd)
Abbr. ms, msec One thousandth (10-3) of a second.
(ms) One thousandth of a second, one thousand microseconds. A long time for a modern computer.