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Synonyms for gap

Synonyms for gap

an opening, especially in a solid structure

a space or interval between objects or points

an interval during which continuity is suspended

to make a hole or other opening in

to open wide

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a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures

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a narrow opening

a pass between mountain peaks

a difference (especially an unfortunate difference) between two opinions or two views or two situations

make an opening or gap in

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Making the government more accountable isn't just a job for the General Accounting Office, the inspectors general, and congressional committees-private organizations like GAP are important too.
Patrick has been a dedicated and passionate advocate for Gap brand and our customers over the last four years, and we're grateful for his hard work, especially related to our 1969 denim," said Glenn Murphy, chairman and CEO of Gap Inc.
When a woman moves ahead, we all do," says Seth Farbman, Gap Global Chief Marketing Officer.
Previously, Gap offered its products solely through duty-free channels throughout Brazil.
Early this year the retail chain fired the top business-side executive overseeing its Gap division, blaming declining figures on merchandising.
Key the near back--on flow to you, scrape to the 9 gap (outside hip of a tight end).
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Barnett's emphatic support for the Iraq War, as he explained in the pages of Esquire magazine, was "that the resulting long-term military commitment will finally force America to deal with the entire Gap as a strategic threat environment.
To bridge the gap between executives and employees, it is necessary to create a feeling of friendship and cooperation through timely and clear communication.
One study found that the black-white gap in scores on the Armed Forces Qualifying Test in 1964 could account for only a quarter of the difference in wages between black men and white men.
Gap 2--The process is costly: Process cost is closely linked with the other gaps, such as capital intensity; but in general the industry is not extracting the maximum value from available raw materials.
Inspired by that accomplishment, Gap has committed to bringing awareness of the Bombas mission to a global audience, and together the two brands share a goal to donate one million pairs of socks to homeless shelters in participating Gap markets.
Reports of screen gap on Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have appeared online, and some sources are speculating quality control problems from the company.
More than half of India s population is under 25 and they are actively embracing fashion in today s retail environment, said Ismail Seyis, Vice President of Gap Global Franchise.