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Synonyms for moment

a particular interval of time that is limited and often crucial

Synonyms for moment

at this time

having important effects or influence

a turning force produced by an object acting at a distance (or a measure of that force)

the n-th moment of a distribution is the expected value of the n-th power of the deviations from a fixed value

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Runtastic Moment Basic: Similar to the Moment Fun, the Moment Basic has a larger display and is available in beige and black for $129.
The Moment also includes a 32 GB of external memory.
As teachers more aware of the moment, during lessons we can take more time to connect with the student rather than hurrying to a technical assignment or squeezing in yet several more points of instruction.
In the moment, Aitken dangles his responses in front of us on eleven large plasma-screen monitors, arranged in an S-curve that here diagonally bisected a darkened room.
Sometimes all we have is a moment, and for Joseph he is forever changed, and deeply affected from the moment.
Despite a dismal year, Eastenders, impressed viewers with the moment Dot had a heart to heart with Den, revealing she had cancer.
The moments and gestures and poems and chants of a meal: the hands cupped around bowls, the skein of stories, the passing of the pepper, the cutting of food into pieces for children, the telephone books on chairs so that they are lifted up into the sea of stories, the chapels of hands clasped in prayer, the passing of plates one to another, the wisps of rising circling swirling steam, the creaks and whispers of chairs, the clatter-rattle of plates stacked for the sink, the humming of the dishwasher be it machine or mother, father or daughter, clan or neighbor, priest or poet.
Enrich the moment, When members or employees are gathering for a meeting, you can start sharing ideas and gathering opinions about different industry topics as soon as a few people come in.
Second, the funnel diagram seemed to ignore that most of the actual work of and expense to the criminal justice system occurred both before and after the moment of adjudication.
Meet the Moment Program Empowers Fans to Celebrate, Share and Inspire Moments of Outdoor Adventure
Was it the moment when Bryant saved Luke Walton's jump-ball tap at the left sideline near midcourt, dribbled down and hit the 15-foot shot from the right corner of the lane as the overtime clock struck 0.
As the only Westerner on the panel I am conscious of this nervousness but totally unprepared for the moment when Arata Isozaki lets slip his deep resentment of the current European prizewinning surge.
Does the year 1968 represent the moment of modernity's implosion?
The actress beat the likes of sex sirens Marilyn Monroe, Halle Berry and Cameron Diaz in the survey, for the moment when she uncrosses her pins in Basic Instinct.