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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Because, an interval of three hundred and sixty-five days and nights was before him; an interval which, instead of impatiently enduring ashore, he would spend in a miscellaneous hunt; if by chance the White Whale, spending his vacation in seas far remote from his periodical feeding-grounds, should turn up his wrinkled brow off the Persian Gulf, or in the Bengal Bay, or China Seas, or in any other waters haunted by his race.
Allowing for an interval of repose at Bordeaux, and for the slow rate at which they would be compelled to move afterward, I might still expect them to arrive in England some time before a letter from the agent in America could reach Mr.
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 6.457 inches, infer that one of my mouths is 6.457 inches further from them than the other, and accordingly know my shape to be 6.457 inches.
An interval passed, and as I still looked out through the door, I became aware of something moving far down among the trees that fringed the shore of the lake.
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.
A single (real) number can be viewed as that an interval having a definition domain and the law of distribution in the form of a certain event probability:
It is obtained not only from a crisp comparison matrix but also from an interval comparison matrix.
An interval number [??] is defined as a subset of interval number [??] when [x.bar] [greater than or equal to] [y.bar] and [bar.x] [less than or equal to] [bar.y] and denoted by [mathematical expression not reproducible].
Reference [8] defined the coefficients and variables in the linear programming in the interval form and constructed a solution by using a two-level programming approach with some additional procedures for obtaining an interval solution.
An interval [x] is a connected subset of R, defined by its lower bound x and upper bound x.
They also introduced the notion of interval neutrosophic length of an interval neutrosophic set, and investigated related properties.
The interval design of suspension using such an interval inverse analysis method is shown and validated, and some useful conclusions are reached.