Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of lacuna.

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Examples

  • There's money to be made in the gaps in the market -- those lacunas Cinefamily's Belove speaks of.

    Turnstyle: Smaller Is Better: New Models for the Indie Film Market

  • There are also critical lacunas in the draft bill on domestic violence.

    Nosheen Abbas: Women's Progress is a Mirage in Pakistan

  • But the real beauty of the narrative lies in its lacunas and shadows, the shadows that precisely it cannot catch although they quite clearly indicate the presence of something real.

    Last Reviews of 2008 « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Producer/Director of the programme Shabir Mujahid said, “It is our responsibility to act as a bridge and provide synergy between the various departments associated with the tourism industry so that there is a better coordination amongst them and highlight the lacunas if any in the integrated policy which in the long run will help the concerned departments and agencies to come up with better services and facilities.”

    Door Darshan Kashmir (TV) brings stakeholders of tourism together

  • He said even if the phenomenal purchase cost of the rail system was to be overlooked, the railway dispensation would be a white elephant and an obstruction to smooth flow of traffic, always under the threat of breakdowns, mismanagement and operating lacunas.

    Lowari as road tunnel under consideration

  • Asking the Treasury officers to overcome the shortcomings and lacunas in performance which surfaced during the meeting, the Minister asked them to keep their records updated and come fully prepared in the future review meetings.

    JK Finance Minister said, ���I envisage making J&K a model state in treasury management���

  • He said even if the phenomenal purchase cost of the rail system was to be overlooked, the railway dispensation would be a white elephant and an obstruction, always under the threat of breakdowns, mismanagement and operating lacunas.

    Changes in Lawari Tunnel from Rail to Road one

  • I have gradually learnt to see that it is just as noble a conception of Deity, to believe that He created primal forms capable of self development into all forms needful pro tempore and pro loco, as to believe that He required a fresh act of intervention to supply the lacunas which He Himself had made.

    Teaching the controversy

  • How amusingly Sancho is made to clear up the obscurities thus alluded to by the Bachelor Carrasco — no reader can have forgotten; but there remained enough of similar lacunas, inadvertencies, and mistakes, to exercise the ingenuity of those Spanish critics, who were too wise in their own conceit to profit by the good-natured and modest apology of this immortal author.

    Count Robert of Paris

  • But Rees's book is undermined by errors and lacunas.

    The Eliza Lynch Story

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