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a limited or specific period of time during which something happens, lasts, or extends

the period during which someone or something exists

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If durational time is the only real present we can know, its recall from some later point is the real matter of memory or, in Bergsonian terms, one particular kind of memory.
Evans,(27) that upward durational departures should normally not exceed twice the presumptive duration (although, in very exceptional cases, the court may depart all the way up to the statutory maximum).
The bill also would have specified that the length of time for which durational alimony was awarded could not exceed half of the length of the marriage, unless the party seeking a longer award showed by a preponderance of the evidence that a longer award was appropriate.
In addition to durational differences, a crucial factor for determining the degree of quantity is the pitch pattern.
About a year ago, in November of 2011, I attended an audition for Marina Abramovid, the pioneering performance artist who had recently attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors to New York's Museum of Modern Art for her durational solo The Artist Is Present.
Miller, while proposing an outpatient evaluation schema, cited the results of three separate studies finding the average length of inpatient stay until restoration of competence was only six months--though defendants tended to stay longer because many states had much higher durational limits for such treatment.
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To be adjudicated "severe" at Step 2 of the 5-step sequential analysis, an impairment must be medically determinable and satisfy a durational requirement, such that the impairment must have lasted or be expected to last 12 months or result in death.
Maynard left little guidance as to what durational threshold must to be crossed in order for the use of pattern-detecting technology to be sufficiently prolonged as to render it a search.
That we have yet to develop or popularize certain kinds of technologies of vision (for deep ocean plumes, for durational models of wetland change, or for the microscopic uptake of petro-dispersants inside organisms) produces specific invisibilities that fit well with corporate policy.
The patterns are defined within a 12-pulse cycle in which gudugudu and aguda consistently play the smallest unit of durational movement, which I have represented as an eighth note pattern.
It has been my refrain though for a long time that the durational definition of the term strategic in the US-Pakistan context is never longer than five years; 10 years would be grand strategy.