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gap

 [gap]
an opening or hiatus.
anion gap the concentration of plasma anions not routinely measured by laboratory screening, accounting for the difference between the routinely measured anions and cations and equal to the plasma sodium − (chloride + bicarbonate); used in the evaluation of acid-base disorders.
auscultatory gap a period in which Korotkoff sounds disappear during auscultation of a patient' s blood pressure.

gap

(gap),
1. A hiatus or opening in a structure.
2. An interval or discontinuity in any series or sequence.
3. A period in the cell cycle.
4. A communicating junction.

gap

Vox populi A separation between 2 or more objects or processes. See Anion gap, AC-BC gap, Developmental gap, Gender gap, Osmolar gap, Utilization gap.

gap

(G) (gap)
1. A hiatus or opening in a structure.
2. An interval or discontinuity in any series or sequence.
3. A period in the cell cycle.

gap

(gap)
1. Space created because two adjacent teeth in dental arch do not touch.
2. A hiatus or opening in a structure.
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The PCA analysis confirmed that the lack of correlation between gap size and isolation might be stochastic (see also Salvador-Van Eysenrode et al., 2003).
The intersection point between the cumulative distribution curves corresponds to the critical gap value on the horizontal axis.
Gap for Good products like the Women's Vintage V-Neck Tee is made with 100-percent cotton that feels like your favorite worn-in shirt.
Because the neutron stress spectrometer is required to test different materials and components, thus, the sample table is required to be able to work anywhere in the test space, including the gap of marble floor.
Gap analyses, on the other hand, are intended to identify differences and considerations between "what is" and "what should be." They tend to represent a point in time, focusing on specific controls or activities as they exist for the single purpose of improving the current environment.
Since compass orientation of gaps might influence the diversity of species, the oriented north-south (N-S) and oriented east-west (E-W) transects in each expanded gaps (EG) chosen for study overlap at the center of the canopy gap (CC).
Gap now has around 135,000 employees, 3,100 company-operated stores and close to 400 franchise stores around the world.
Bad weather certainly (https://www.fool.com/earnings/call-transcripts/2019/05/31/gap-inc-gps-q1-2019-earnings-call-transcript.aspx) exacerbated Gap's sales weakness  last quarter.
The company plans 230 more Gap store closures globally over the next two years as the company works "to revitalize the Gap brand by re-engaging with customers and expanding its loyal customer base, leveraging the multigenerational, democratic appeal of the brand," Gap said in a press release.
Sam Smethers, chief executive of women's rights charity The Fawcett Society, said: "As we approach the deadline for year two of gender pay gap reporting the pressure is on for employers to demonstrate progress in closing their pay gaps, but initial findings look worrying, with 40% of those who have already reported showing pay gaps widening not narrowing.
* South Dakota has the lowest gap in unemployment rates between whites and blacks, at 1.94%.
Twins Dean and Dan Caten of DSquared2 It's part of the return of Gap's partnership with menswear authority GQ, in line with the print and digital magazine's annual "Coolest Designers on the Planet" program, which recognizes top menswear designers from around the world and enlists them to recreate limited-edition versions of staple pieces.?