hiatus


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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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Combined with another leading mode of internal climate variations, the IPO explains essentially all the difference between observed and model-simulated global warming rates on decadal time scales since 1920, and in particular the warming hiatus since year 2000.
Volcanoes are part of the answer but there's no factor that is solely responsible for the hiatus," he said.
The stadium wave hypothesis provides a plausible explanation for the hiatus in warming and helps explain why climate models did not predict this hiatus.
During these hiatus periods, simulations showed that extra energy entered the oceans, with deeper layers absorbing a disproportionate amount of heat due to changes in oceanic circulation.
Hiatus hernia occurs when the top of the stomach herniates into the chest and its acidic stomach contents flow backwards into the oesophagus (reflux).
It occurs when acid from the stomach leaks into the gullet, burning the lining and is caused by overeating, alcohol, smoking, or when there is a weakness of the valve at the top of the stomach called a hiatus hernia.
Telling the intriguing story of Quander's diagnosis of diabetes shortly before his sixth birthday, and his dedicated and courageous pursuit to live a fulfilled and purposeful life, The Quander Quality is the inspirational and deeply personal history of how Quander eventually became on of the sixteen men ordained in the United States when the Permanent Diaconate was revived after an eight-hundred-year hiatus.
She was previously on the staff of Farm Industry News but took a hiatus to freelance after the birth of her son five years ago.
The outrageous waterfowl has been on hiatus since ending his gig following QAF episodes.
Desserts will be returning to the Upper West Side after a 10-year hiatus, during which they operated another location.
However, a hiatus in a poem is not necessarily an aural event.
After a four-year hiatus, initial public offerings have returned as a boom in exports of commodities pumps up the economy.
Observers seem to agree that global demand has remained strong even as the traditional summer downtime hit North America and Western Europe, Including the annual model-change-over hiatus in the automotive industry.
The authors postulate that there were gains in muscle learning and coordination in the detrained subjects that endured over the three-year hiatus, and call for further studies to determine both why this appears to occur more readily in the older population, and what the ideal frequency and level of maintenance training might be for those who continue to exercise in their sixth decade and beyond.