The time period between successive renewal efforts
A specific elapsed time for swimming or rest used during swim practice.
Time in between printed journals.
Time period, usually expressed in minutes, during which a demand device accumulates information used to give DEMAND kW.- sub is the meter disk constant and is the value in watt-hours for one revolution of the meter disk, or, for electronic meters, is the value in watt-hours of one pulse issued by the meter for test purposes.
the time between passes of the Red Star, usually about 200 Turns.
period of time when everyone reverts to their natural animal state, pushing and jostling to get to the trough
a contiguous span of time on the video tape
a finite period that has a starting and ending time
a section of continuous execution (a slice in time) within a program
a value denoting the time span between two dates, times, or timestamps
Time in between printed activity reports .
To alternate between forcing the pace and resting, with the intention of wearing out other riders.
The period of time, measured in milliseconds, between any two designated cardiac events. In pacing, intervals are more useful measurements than rate, because pacemaker timing is based on intervals.
An interval is a measure of time (24-microsecond = 1 interval) that is examined for errors. Interval and threshold values (see threshold) work together.
Previously selected periods of time of which there is a clear beginning and end.
Is the average time between successive lift car arrivals at the main floor with cars loaded to any level
A period of time which occurs between events.