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a limited or specific period of time during which something happens, lasts, or extends

the period during which someone or something exists

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It emerged that whereas students predicted that duration knowledge would improve their negative experience, in fact it rendered the experience worse.
The contribution of this article is that we discover interesting characteristics of the reserve durations of individual policies and explicitly estimate the duration of aggregate reserves.
Given the evident importance of hospitals' compliance with the initiative's criteria for prolonging the duration of breast-feeding, "monitoring of compliance in designated hospitals is indispensable for promoting the optimal effects of the BFHI," they contend.
This study is the first to document duration of SARS-CoV excretion in sputum and stool in a cohort of SARS patients.
Changes with age in the level and duration of fertility in the menstrual cycle.
The two groups of subjects were exposed to a signaled random procedure in which the CS was 15 s in duration, and the cover stimulus was either 5 (CS15-Cov5 group) or 15 s long (CS15-Cov15 group).
Airline American Airlines Duration 16 hours, 20 minutes Distance 13,072km
In the secondary-stressed foot of tetrasyllabic words where there is a short geminate and a half-long second syllable vowel, the duration ratio of syllables is 0.
Interestingly, the amount of calories burned in the long duration groups--whether low or high intensity--was the same: 600 kcal on average for men, 360 for women.
According to details, 11 tribunals are working in the whole country currently and contract duration of these tribunals was 1 year which finished yesterday (Monday) on which ECP decided to extend the contract.
Thoracic spine SMT are usually performed within an impulse duration (time-to-peak force) of 130 to 200ms (13, 17), however, a wide range of impulse durations have been reported when SMT is performed by humans (30-250ms) (6).
For example, regulatory restrictions force money market funds to hold short-maturity assets, while insurance companies may prefer to hold long-maturity assets that match the duration of their liabilities; moreover, a bank that wishes to hedge the duration and negative convexity (9) embedded in its mortgage portfolio will prefer to short sell (10) long-maturity Treasury securities.
Short sleep duration is common among redeployed soldiers - particularly those who experience combat - and is associated with numerous impairments, including posttraumatic stress, findings from a cross-sectional study of more than 2,700 members of a brigade combat team show.
One of the side-effects of the standard ignition unit generating a hotter initial spark has been long duration spark events," he says.
At least one study already has shown that the internal clock also influences the duration of sleep, but scientists have been in the dark about how this influence plays out inside cells.