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read-only property returns an
unsigned long long representing the moment,
in milliseconds since the UNIX epoch, where the domain lookup starts. If a persistent
connection is used, or the information is stored in a cache or a local resource, the
value will be the same as
time = performanceTiming.domainLookupStart;
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PerformanceTiminginterface it belongs to.