AN interval

AN in·ter·val

the time between onset of the atrial deflection and the nodal potential (normally 40-100 msec).

AN in·ter·val

(in'tĕr-văl)
The time between onset of the atrial deflection and the nodal potential (normally 40-100 msec).
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He chirruped, and then complacently continued: "My wives at this moment receiving the sound of one of my voices, closely followed by the other, and perceiving that the latter reaches them after an interval in which sound can traverse 6.
At 600 yards from the well, and circularly arranged around it as a central point, rose 1,200 reverberating ovens, each six feet in diameter, and separated from each other by an interval of three feet.
After an interval the weary voice tried again, in louder tones:
to inform Anne, by that day's post, that an interval of forty-eight hours must elapse before his father's recovery could be considered certain?
The residue of the year, from the middle of March to the middle of October, an interval of seven months, is serene and delightful.
When he had done, there was an interval spent in clearing his throat and staring out of the window, and then, after whistling a few bars of a favourite air, he turned round, gave me back the letters, and silently shook me by the hand.
An interval of some duration elapsed, in which there was no bid for Mrs General.
Running an interval involves running at a faster pace than your usual aerobic pace.
The Company first attempted completion in an interval at a vertical depth of 19,550 feet and found the sand to be wet.
Moffett continued, "In addition to the 50-foot interval at 18,558 feet which has no indicated water level and has tested 10 to 20 mmcf/d, the well also encountered a laminated sand section in an interval from 16,890 to 17,275 feet, which, from log calculations, could also contain hydrocarbons.
5 percent of children with such an interval died of SIDS.
From its inception as an Interval project, it was clear that having easy to use, wireless devices would be critical for driving the adoption of new products and services in the home.