Definitions for "gap"
The vertical distance between two superposed surfaces, esp. in a biplane.
noun A popular clothing store. Also, a distance between two riding surfaces which skaters ollie over, and often do other more sophisticated tricks over.
The distance separating the mainplanes of a biplane, triplane or quadruplane.
Guaranteed Automobile Protection. Guaranteed automobile protection or GAP coverage can be purchased by the consumer to cover the remaining amount on the loan in the event that there is a total loss of the vehicle.
GAP or Guaranteed Asset Protection is insurance protecting the borrower in the event a vehicle be written off or stolen. The payment tops up whatever is paid by the Car Insurance Company sufficently to pay off all outstanding finance
Guaranteed Auto Protection. Optional protection that pays the difference between the amount the buyer owes on the auto and the amount the buyer receives from his insurance company if the auto is stolen or destroyed before the buyer has satisfied the credit obligation. In some cases, the buyer may be responsible for the insurance deductible.
The range of prices within which there were no quotations, forms break on the price schedule.
A break in the rails to electrically isolate some portion of the track from another to prevent short circuits or to allow for multiple-train operation on the same stretch of track.
A break or discontinuity in the sequence of enumeration or chronology, or both, of a serial. This term does not refer to a break or discontinuity in the serial's publication pattern. See also nongap break.
Keywords:  deletion, aligned, ramp, notch, space
To notch, as a sword or knife.
A space introduced into a sequence within a multiple sequence alignment that allows similar or conserved sequence regions to be aligned in columns.
The space between two adjacent parts or surfaces.
Keywords:  overlap, jump, consecutive, void, skip
A significant price movement of a security or commodity between two trading...
a skip or jump in a trading range.
Term used to describe a large fall or drop that you jump over or into.
An opening in anything made by breaking or parting; as, a gap in a fence; an opening for a passage or entrance; an opening which implies a breach or defect; a vacant space or time; a hiatus; a mountain pass.
To make an opening in; to breach.
An opening in the forest canopy allowing eucalypt germination and establishment, or release of lignotuberous seedlings. Forestry Victoria
(1) As a measurement of exposure to interest rate risk, the amount of mismatch or imbalance between the quantity of an entity's assets and the quantity of its liabilities that reprice in a defined or selected time period. In a single time period, the net mismatch or imbalance may be called the interval gap. Over a series of consecutive time periods or buckets, the total net imbalance or mismatch may be called the cumulative gap. See rate-sensitive assets and rate-sensitive liabilities. (2) One of the four components of interest rate risk. The component of interest rate risk arising from the mismatch defined above. Also called mismatch or repricing risk.(3) As a measurement of liquidity risk, the amount of mismatch between the quantities of cash provided from decreases in liabilities and increases in assets and the quantities of cash used by increases in assets and decreases in liabilities in a defined or selected time period.
Is the term used to described differences or imbalances in asset and liability categories or buckets.
A mismatch between maturities and cash flows in a bank or individual dealers position book. Gap exposure is effectively interest rate exposure.
Keywords:  doubt, missed, tja, empty, fireline
Defect in the chain of title, such as a missing document, raising doubt as to true ownership.
Weak or missed area in a retardant drop or in a fireline.
Card(s) missing from a straight. TJA is a two-gap straight, needing both a queen and king. 7J is a three-gapper. See connectors.
a narrow or low passage through a mountain ridge or descending from a high elevation to a valley: Cumberland Gap, Ketner Gap.
Town: a town located at a gap between hills, providing a good defensive site and route centre that led to a trade and market function.
a pass between mountain peaks
Keywords:  alley, outfielders, hit, section, ball
See "alley." A ball hit here is a "gapper."
The section of the outfield between the outfielders. Also called alley.
Geriatrics Awareness Project, the name of a community service project of ASP
Green Acres Project. A 7.5 million gallons per day (Mgd) water reclamation project that serves tertiary treated recycled water to irrigation and industrial users in Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, and Santa Ana.
Government Accountability Project.
The gap is the opening in the "C" shaped core of a magnetic read or write head. Magnetic lines of flux bridging the gap induce voltage in a read head or produce flux changes when using a write head. The gap length across the "C" is usually in the range of 12.7-51 um (0.0005-0.002"). The gap width determines the encoded track width on the magnetic stripe. Typically ISO gap width is between 2.54 mm and 3.18 mm (0.100-0.125") although some special purpose heads feature gap widths of 6.3 mm (0.25") or more. head- A magnetic head is an electronic component for reading or encoding magnetic information. It is composed of a core, winding, optional case and output terminals or leads. Read heads may be used for any coercivity stripe. Write heads must be designed to handle the anticipated coercivity; write currents are typically 5-100 mA peak-to-peak for low coercivity and 100-2500 mA peak-to-peak for high coercivity. Write current also depends upon the number of turns in the winding (inductance), core material etc.
Vertical slit in the core of a tape head. In the gap, a magnetic field occurs during recording, and a magnetic signal is induced during replay.
Gap, Incorporated is a San Francisco-based apparel and accessories retailer founded in 1969 by Donald Fisher and Doris Fisher. The Fishers opened their first shop because they had been frustrated with the lack of decent customer service and fashionable styles at other retailers. The name was derived from the growing differences between children and adults--namely "the generation gap"--which reached its peak with the hippie movement.
The gap in this context is the difference between the knowledge and skills that an individual currently has and the knowledge and skills they need to be able to do their job effectively.
a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures; "gap between income and outgo"; "the spread between lending and borrowing costs"
The difference between the current reality and the district's vision for technology, based on data analysis from a variety of instruments.
Keywords:  addaan, fageenya, view
ክፍተት View
addaan fageenya View
monstrous divinity of the abyss, brother of Ruha.
indicates a point where material has been omitted in a transcription, whether for editorial reasons described in the TEI header, as part of sampling practice, or because the material is illegible or inaudible.
Keywords:  garbatrage, garage
Garage Garbatrage
Keywords:  mave, coil, voice, groove, latter
a small circular hole, slot or groove which allows the voice coil and cone to mave back and forth
Point of the magnetic group where the latter closes up and where the mobile voice coil is. It is usually between central pole and top plate.
Keywords:  dhhs, cdc, global, partnership, aids
Global AIDS Program (CDC/DHHS)
Global Access Partnership [limited access countries
Keywords:  veritas, subdisks, disk, volume, region
A disk region that does not contain VERITAS Volume Manager objects (subdisks).
Keywords:  norris, deviation, see
See Norris deviation
The total unmet education-related costs calculated by subtracting the financial aid accepted from the total cost of attendance.
The difference between the amount of a financial aid package and the cost of attending a college or university. The student and his/her family are expected to fill the gap.
Keywords:  gtpase, protein, activating
GTPase activating protein
Financing that is required, but for which no provision has been made. The difference in total funding needed for a proposal and the amount of funding already made available.
financing that is required but there are no provisions for
A short-term, high-interest loan covering the possible gap in construction financing if rent-up requirements are not met and the long-term lender does not vest takeout mortgage in full and/or the construction mortgagee holds back a portion of the interim financing.
Keywords:  ganga, action, plan
Ganga Action Plan
A nonstandard term for joint clearance.
What we don't know yet. The only place where "God" could still be. In ancient time almost everywhere. Now almost nowhere.
General Aviation Propulsion program
Keywords:  gulf, programme, assistance
Gulf Assistance Programme
profile that defines the basic operating rules for all Bluetooth devices.
Generic Access Profile
Keywords:  blocker, area, one
the area between one blocker and the next.
Keywords:  dect, protocol, access, general, see
General Access Protocol - see DECT
Google Advertising Professionals
Keywords:  goal, achievement, plan
Goal Achievement Plan (SB 1066)
Keywords:  parameter, address, generic
generic address parameter
The common title industry name for the period from the effective date on the commitment to the day of closing and recording of documents. A "Gap Check" is the title company's search of the public records for this time period.
Keywords:  room, landing, air
Room, between air and landing.
Keywords:  growth, performance
Growth And Performance
Keywords:  protocol, access, generic
Generic Access Protocol