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Tierce (t or ter) is a unit of time equal to 160 of a second, 16.6 milliseconds, or 60 quatremes. Tierce comes from the Middle English word terce, tierce, from Anglo-French word terz, from Latin tertius, all meaning "third". Tierce can be used as an interval of second, such as the more precise timing of reaching a finish line in the race. In astronomy, arctierce can be used as an interval of arcsecond in addition to milliarcsecond, which is symbolized in t or ’’’ (triple prime).

A blink of an eye lasts 6-24 tierces.

is equal to
1 quatreme 0.016 t
1 second 60 t
1 minute 3600 t
1 moment 5400 t
1 canor 14400 t
1 hour 216000 t
1 seret 432000 t
1 pardie 1 296 000 t
1 work 1 728 000 t
1 day 5 184 000 t
1 week 36 288 000 t
1 fortnight 72 576 000 t
1 month 157 788 000 t
1 season 473 364 000 t
1 year 1 893 456 000 t

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