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  • 1Intervals (See You Next Tuesday album) — Infobox Album Name = Intervals Type = Studio album Longtype = Artist = See You Next Tuesday Released = October 14, 2008 Genre = Deathcore Length = 29:48 Label = Ferret Records Last album = Parasite (2007) This album = Intervals (2008) Next album …

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  • 2intervals — in·ter·val || ɪntÉ™(r)vl n. space of time between two events or actions; break, pause, intermission; space between two periods of time; difference in pitch between two musical tones …

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  • 3Lucid Intervals and Moments of Clarity Part 2 — Infobox Album Name = Lucid Intervals and Moments of Clarity Part 2 Type = compilation Artist = Michael Angelo Batio Released = 2004 Recorded = Monster Mix Studio, Gurnee, Illinois Genre = Instrumental rock, neo classical metal, progressive metal …

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  • 4Nested intervals — In mathematics, a sequence of nested intervals is understood as a collection of sets of real numbers In such that each set In is an interval of the real line, for n = 1, 2, 3, ... , and that further In + 1 is a subset of In …

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  • 5Lucid Intervals and Moments of Clarity — Infobox Album Name = Lucid Intervals and Moments of Clarity Type = studio Artist = Mike Batio Rob Ross Released = August 1, 2000 Recorded = Genre = Instrumental rock, neo classical metal, progressive metal, shred Length = 53:06 Label = Perris… …

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  • 6at intervals — 1. Periodically 2. With prescribed spaces between • • • Main Entry: ↑interval * * * 1) with time between, not continuously the light flashed at intervals 2) with spaces between the path is marked with rocks at intervals * * * at intervals …

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  • 7Dark Intervals — Live album by Keith Jarrett Released 1988 Recorded April 11, 1987 …

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  • 8At intervals — Interval In ter*val, n. [L. intervallum; inter between + vallum a wall: cf. F. intervalle. See {Wall}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A space between things; a void space intervening between any two objects; as, an interval between two houses or hills. [1913 …

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  • 9List of musical intervals — Background= Some terminology used in list: * In music, the prime limit (henceforth referred to simply as the limit ) is a number measuring the harmony of an interval. The lower the number, the more consonant the interval is considered to be. It… …

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  • 10List of meantone intervals — The following is a list of intervals of meantone temperament. These intervals constitute the standard vocabulary of intervals for the Western common practice era. Here 12 EDO refers to the size of the interval in 12 equal divisions of the octave… …

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  • 11at ( … ) intervals — at (…) intervals idiom 1. with time between • Buses to the city leave at regular intervals. • The runners started at 5 minute intervals. 2. with spaces between • …

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  • 12List of intervals in 5-limit just intonation — The intervals of 5 limit just intonation are ratios involving only the powers of 2, 3, and 5. The fundamental intervals are the superparticular ratios 2/1 (the octave), 3/2 (the perfect fifth) and 5/4 (the major third). That is, the notes of the… …

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  • 13systolic time intervals — (STI) any of several intervals measured for assessing left ventricular performance, particularly left ventricular ejection time (LVET), electromechanical systole (QS2), and preejection period (PEP); electrocardiography, phonocardiography, and… …

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  • 14at intervals — 1) sometimes It may be necessary to stop at intervals and go back over key points in the lesson. 2) with spaces of a regular length The route was marked with yellow paint at intervals along the way …

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  • 15Robust confidence intervals — In statistics a robust confidence interval is the outcome of a specialized set of calculations constructed in such a way as to produce confidence intervals which are not badly affected by outlying or aberrant observations in a data set.In the… …

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  • 16appearing at intervals — index sporadic Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 17returning at intervals — index chronic, periodic Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 18confidence intervals — confidence intervals, confidence limits The spread of values around the mean for a sample surveyvariable which, using the conventional 95 per cent confidence level, equate to the mean plus or minus two standard deviations, or standard errors of… …

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  • 19equal appearing intervals — This is often referred to, after its principal author L. L. Thurstone, as the Thurstone technique of attitude measurement. On the assumption that any attitude involves a continuum ranging from the strongest possible appreciation of a value at one …

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  • 20successive categories or intervals — A method of data collection and (unidimensional) scaling , where attitudinal or questionnaire items have been judged by the respondent in terms of an ordinal scale of categories, such as the five category bipolar scale ‘wholly agree, somewhat… …

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