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  • The Interval is the frequency, in seconds, at which each echo will be sent.

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  • 'Lateral', 'Medial' and 'Recessional' Govrin, co-owner of Israeli label Interval, not only identifies the more common moraine types, but also constructs some remarkable sonic spaces using cello, violin and digital processes, in a similar manner to Aaron Martin

    Drowned In Sound // Feed

  • * Mountain Interval (Holt, 1916) o The Road Not Taken

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  • Williamson launched a test in Kentucky of a product called Interval, a dissolvable, mint-flavored smokeless tobacco lozenge the company had developed with an industry upstart,

    Smokeless Products Are Tough Test for Reynolds

  • Endurance and stamina can usually be acquired with 2 very common training methods, namely Interval training and Circuit training.

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  • I've called Interval repeatedly since then, but it has told me there are no refunds for its getaways.

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  • I've called Interval repeatedly since then, but it has told me that there are no refunds for its getaways.

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  • She heard "Interval" — and raised a thumbs-up, eyes straight forward — "check" — every fiber of her body focused on the battle she was about to join, as the launch officer went through the items: "— thrusters positive ... stand by."

    Battlestar Galactica

  • After another "Interval" of two hundred Turns, the pattern repeated and Thread fell again.

    Dragon's Kin

  • Interval which is called Diapason, or an Eighth; the same was also effected from two Strings of the same Length and Size, the one having four times the Tension of the other.

    The Spectator, Volume 2.

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