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Synonyms for gap

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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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Everybody works to make a living, yet, it is not uncommon to look at the salaries of men and women and find a gap between their incomes that is hard to overlook, a phenomenon that has been occurring almost everywhere across the world.
Hawaii has the lowest gap in median annual household incomes between whites and blacks, at nine percent, and has made the most progress in closing this gap since 1979, with a change of 31 %.
2] gaps respectively among them , 6 tree species were in common between three gap levels .
Among graduates: - 86% say there are "some gaps" and 9% "significant gaps" in business maths - 68% report some and 14% significant gaps in writing for business - 75% said there were "some skills gaps" m customer service/care -68% reported gaps in interpersonal skills.
This finding raises concerns about the clinical consequences of gaps, and work is needed to examine whether Part D coverage gaps are associated with worse physiological outcomes, such as elevated glycated hemoglobin, or adverse clinical events, such as hospitalizations or mortality.
During uptrends, the breakaway and runaway gaps usually provide support below the market on subsequent market dips; during downtrends, these two gaps act as resistance over the market on bounces.
At the school level there are at least two kinds of gaps with particular salience for policy: the internal gap (average differences between distinct racial and ethnic groups and their white peers within a school) and the external gap (average differences between the aggregate school scores for each student subgroup in the school and aggregate scores for white students across the state).
Accountability gaps -- where the speaker and addressee misunderstand each other regarding their respective responsibilities associated with the communication
They suggest that the gaps were cleared out by moon fragments about 100 meters across, which still exist but are too small for even Cassini to see.
Once a player learned his technique number, he knew his alignment, stance, which arm and leg to attack with, and which gap he was responsible for.
You have a point, but mock-approaches to gaps are nothing new and are an important physical and mental preparatory device.
In Chapel Hill, the third-grade math achievement gap was 41 percentage points in 1998, compared to 39 percentage points in 2002.
Note that these raw black-white gaps, while sizable, are substantially smaller than those observed in earlier data sets for children of the same age.