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pause

 [pawz]
an interruption or rest.
compensatory pause the period following a premature ventricular contracture, which causes the R-R cycles of the premature and normal beats to equal the length of two normal beats when added together.

pause

(pawz),
Temporary stop.
[G. pausis, cessation]

pause

(pawz) an interruption or rest.
compensatory pause  the pause in impulse generation after an extrasystole, either full if the sinus node is not reset or incomplete or noncompensatory if the node is reset and the cycle length is disrupted.
sinus pause  a transient interruption in the sinus rhythm, of a duration that is not an exact multiple of the normal cardiac cycle.

pause

(pawz)
Temporary stop.
[G. pausis, cessation]

pause

an interruption, or rest.

compensatory pause
the pause after a premature ventricular systole, related to blockage of one beat of the basic pacemaker of the heart.
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Fermata Partners was founded by Derek Eiler, Chris Prindiville, Kit Walsh, and Scott Bouyack in 2012, and was acquired by CAA Sports in 2015.
The Fermata installation used four stools to serve as the interface for building a musical composition.
A major difference here is that there is no doubling of the pitch measure 704 on the fermata as there was in the earlier similar passage.
by shortening the note values consistently employed), and perhaps increases it again to an even more rapid level; he may interrupt it with a fermata or a silence, and then resume the flow on one of these rhythmic planes .
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una volta sou marciapiede, la donna che aveva detto di chiamarsi Elsa si diresse all'incrocio di Viale del Mille, alla fermata dell'altobus piu vicona.
Suddenly, like a musical fermata, the garrulous West pauses and reflects as the decidedly surplus caffeine kicks in: "You know?
Nicholson Baker, well-known for his phone-sex novel Vox and his voyeuristic fantasy The Fermata, here attempts what in some ways might be his most risky book yet.
For example, a compositor may select a wrong pitch, a wrong duration or a wrong key-signature; he may create wrong (impossible) text underlay, or place an accidental in the wrong place; he may forget to include a fermata, assign a piece with a wrong number, or its page with a wrong signature.
I do hear the humor of the opening lute accompaniment with its awkward second-inversion dominant seventh chord; I do hear the oddity of the fermata on the third syllable of "erscheinen" (we might have expected it on the second) and other strangely accented syllables, although such incorrect accentuation is precisely the reason for Sachs' hammer-enforced complaints (which arrive one eighth note after each wrongly accented syllable); I do hear the oddly extended melismata, although these would seem to be central to Meistergesang itself, as Kolhner very clearly explains it in act 1, scene 3; and I do hear those curiously falling 4ths in the melisma (in m.
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A Roma tornera, per stabilirvisi definitivamente, dopo molte vicissitudini di trasferimenti, nuovi arresti, fughe, clandestinita e amori vecchi e nuovi, nel giugno del '45, mentre esce, da Einaudi, Cristo si e fermata a Eboli.