Definitions for "BLINKING"
a media scheduling pattern consisting of many short periods (flights) of advertising alternated with short periods of no advertising at all (hiatuses); e.g., one week on, one week off alternating over a period of time. See flight, flighting, and hiatus.
NARROWBAND JAMMING by two sources in the same angular cell of the victim radar. The jamming is alternated between sources causing the radar system to oscillate (between targets). Too high a blinking frequency can allow the tracker to average the data while too low a frequency will cause the missile to home in on one of the jammers. [ 4:1
(used of persons) informal intensifiers; "what a bally (or blinking) nuisance"; "a bloody fool"; "a crashing bore"; "you flaming idiot"
closing and opening the eye involuntarily, normally about once every six seconds to replenish the tear film on the surface of the cornia
a reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly
closing the eyes intermittently and rapidly; "he stood blinking in the bright sunlight"
the paper-thin euphemism of choice for dizzy Big Brother contestant Helen Adams during her flirtation with fellow house resident Paul Clarke. "I love blinkin', I do." Helen Adams: Blinkin', good fun
In astronomical image processing, a method for comparing two similar but different images wherein a display is switched between the two images in rapid succession. Spatial differences appear to move back and forth, while intensity differences pulsate. When the switching rate, duty cycle and transfer functions of the displays are controllable by the user, blinking is a powerful tool for assessing subtle but systematic differences between images, e.g. those due to moving or variable objects in crowded fields, or to subtle artifacts in image formation.
Keywords:  reader, offline, online, access, system
using an offline reader to access on online system
Using an Off Line Reader to access an online system.
Acknowledgment of the location of game then turning away, avoiding contact, continuing in the quartering pattern.
Briefly pointing a bird and then leaving it, or upon finding a bird, avoiding retrieving it.
Keywords:  signal, light, off
off-and-on; "the blinking signal light"