the complete absence of sound in a film scene
dead track - the complete absence of sound on the soundtrack.
The Art of Watching Films (7th ed.). glossary, p. G-2
A low track usually refers to the oil track on your bowling ball. The closer the track is to your finger holes, the HIGHER the track. The farther away the track is to your finger holes the LOWER the track.
The track "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground" was released by The White Stripes. This song was released in August of 2002. This track is from the album "White Blood Cells".
Fully Automated Timing. It refers to photo-finish equipment.
The oval refers to the shape of the field of competition. Racing car drivers compete on an oval-shaped track, as do track-and-field runners.
The French word 'morte' can refer to a dead woman or death. The French word 'mort' refers to a dead man. For example, 'Elle est morte.' (refers to a woman's death) and 'Il est mort.' (refers to a man's death).
"A quarter" refers to quarter of a mile. This is 440y which is a little over 400m.
R/T refers to Road and Track
No. Carrion refers to the decaying flesh of dead animals.
Lay Track refers to a sexual move not yet captured on video or performed.