gap period

gap pe·ri·od

(gap pēr'ē-ŏd)
Phase of a cell no longer in the cell cycle and thus at least temporarily incapable of division.
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Her gap period, which stretched to more than two years, saw her playing badminton, taking up voice lessons, and even trying out show biz by essaying a minor role in one of her father's movies.
Creditors interested in Chapter 15 cases need to be aware that they'll have to watch related cases closely and assert their rights quickly, as provisional relief--including collections stays--afforded to debtors during the gap period while final relief is being considered can harm their interests, Gross noted.
Irving says without the extra work it is looking at significant staff layoffs during that gap period.
There is no publicly available financial information covering the eight-month gap period from October 2015 through May 2016.
Hanjin's Chapter 15 gap period was no different, and several lawsuits and vessel arrests commenced in the United States immediately.
This limited model of engagement is seriously outdated and does not resonate with Gen Y consumers -- and insurers' greatest challenge today is to change the customer experience to build loyalty with this demographic by developing meaningful interactions during that gap period.
Congress could allow a gap period where no estate tax applies to decedents who die in that period.
For HCL Infosystems, India's largest manufacturer of personal computers ( PCs), it translated into a long and painful gap period in its growth story, with several quarters of negligible or lacklustre growth.
And last week NZRU's professional rugby manager, Neil Sorensen revealed Carter may be offered the opportunity for a gap period in a long-term contract, with a view to returning to contention ahead of the 2011 World Cup on home soil.
It's important to remember that the cost outlined above is only the cost accrued to the production gap; other costs associated with OT & E testing and other government fixed and variable costs during the testing and gap period must be accounted for too.
The physiological proposal to explain the reduced RTs suggests that during the gap period the subject guesses the position of the future target, which would produce the activation of the retinotopic motor map in the superior colliculus.