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.
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.
The interval design of suspension using such an interval inverse analysis method is shown and validated, and some useful conclusions are reached.
Because discontinuous recording systems indicate whether or not a response occurred in an interval (i.
The next step in the transference process and potential adoption of an interval is validation of the proposed reference interval, which takes into account preanalytical, analytical, and population differences.
Tag Mineable will store, in an output attribute, a value of 1 or 0, if an interval or a series of intervals is wide enough to meet the minimum mineable thickness or the minimum separable waste thickness.
A real interval is an interval whose members belong to the field of all rational and irrational numbers.
Daniels is adamant that individual workbouts during an interval session should not exceed five minutes in length.
It is symmetric about p = 0 and produces an interval that includes negative values, yet [pi] [member of] [0,1].
Any extreme reference interval--for example, an interval that differs markedly from the manufacturer's or that has limits above the 95th percentile or below the 5th percentile of other laboratories--should prompt a reexamination of the process that was used to establish the local interval and consultation with the instrument manufacturer as required.