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in·ter·mit

(in'tĕr-mit'),
To cease for a time.
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Insensibility, affective deficiency, follows from a particular kind of ethical-religious offense: "Run to your houses, fall upon your knees, / Pray to the gods to intermit the plague / That needs must light on this ingratitude" (I.
Analysing the data will take about two days if the software runs continuously, or up to two weeks intermit tently.
We found voiding pattern of the patients as follows: 12 patients used clean intermit tent catheterization, 24 had a normal voiding + urinary symptoms, and 1 used a diaper.