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an interval during which continuity is suspended

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an interruption in the intensity or amount of something

a missing piece (as a gap in a manuscript)

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a natural opening or perforation through a bone or a membranous structure

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Pedowitz added that they also decided to put "Supergirl" on hiatus in mid-February because he doesn't want the network to air five superhero shows concurrently.
Seven Sundays' is Muhlach's comeback movie after his six-year hiatus from the big screen.
The show, which documents the lives of the Kardashian family, went on hiatus after Kardashian was held at gunpoint inside her Paris residence on Oct.
As the dural sac terminates around the level of S2, the distance from apex and base of the sacral hiatus to the level of the S2 spine was also measured.
The general public, however, is only beginning to realize the enormous importance of this issue, as the alarmist media has, in the main, censored news regarding the hiatus and/or swamped any coverage of its impact on the falling "consensus" regarding the theory of anthropogenic (human-caused) global warming, or AGW.
Privately at Nuffield Health, a keyhole hiatus hernia repair costs PS5,514.
According to these new data, still scarce and preliminary, we have devised a project aimed to investigate the temporal and geographic extent of the purported Late Pleistocene human hiatus in Central Iberia.
Accounting for this wind intensification in model projections produces a hiatus in global warming that is in striking agreement with observations.
The FX network says the hit comedy is returning for its fourth season in May after a hiatus of 19 months.
ISLAMABAD -- Small volcanic eruptions help explain a hiatus in global warming this century by dimming sunlight and offsetting a rise in emissions of heat-trapping gases to record highs, new study says.
But he did take a vacation, or hiatus, now he's back!
One of the most controversial issues emerging from the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) is the failure of global climate models to predict a hiatus in warming of global surface temperatures since 1998.
In any case, I'd say the event next month will be a welcome welcome hiatus for opportunity for Ems to step out of this six-month hiatus for a performance.
Summary: The World Bank says it is prepared to resume assistance to Myanmar after a hiatus of 25 years.
We will see global warming go through hiatus periods in the future," says NCAR's Gerald Meehl, lead author of the study.