interval

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a space or interval between objects or points

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With such fortitude must the hermit nun in the lucid interval of her moony night, have placed the last stones in the cell of her incarceration.
This climax is presented by the author (who reveals here an amazing ignorance of the fundamentals of psychology, female psychology in particular) as a sort of epiphany for Gleb and as a lucid interval for the brutally deflowered girl.
We recorded Lucid Interval long after that other stuff and then it came out before all of that stuff.
The reason is that Sylvia Lynd who wished to review it herself has been intermittently ill since Easter--She kept it, hoping for a lucid interval in which to do it justice, but after an operation which she has had just lately passed it reluctantly on to me--I neednt say with what delight I read it, and how I wish I could have had an opportunity of expressing my [sincere?
In either of these scenarios, one would not expect an infant to have a lucid interval (ie, act healthy and then suddenly become unresponsive).
If Daniel had experienced a lucid interval he would be significantly distressed.