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"The Interval" is a 2012 crime drama film written by Leonardo di Costanzo, Mariangela Barbanente, Maurizio Braucci and directed by Leonardo di Costanzo.

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Google previewRelationscapes (2009)

Movement, Art, Philosophy by Erin Manning

The interval is prehended not in the displacement as such but in the event of being-connected: the interval is a connection machine. The interval reminds us that the body-world (in recombination) is a technology.21 It is a technology insofar ...

Google previewHal Leonard Pocket Music Theory (Music Instruction) (2002)

A Comprehensive and Convenient Source for All Musicians by Carl Schroeder, Keith Wyatt

The number of scale tones an interval contains is called the interval quantity. The quantity is counted the same way in any key.

Google previewNew Light on the Early History of the Greater Northwest (2015)

by Alexander Henry, David Thompson

The interval is a level meadow, with nothing to attract the eye but the ...

Google previewLectures on Differential and Integral Equations (1960)

by K?saku Yoshida

under the following assumptions: the interval is a finite one, the coefficients fax), ...

Google previewBasic Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (2013)

by Gary Heiman

Each group is called a class interval, and Showing fl re/_ f, and cf the number of scores spanned by an interval is called the interval size. Here, for Each Group of Anxiety Scores the interval size is 5, so each group includes five scores. Choose ...

Google previewProximity Levinas, Blanchot, Bataille and Communication (2012)

by Joseph Libertson

The “event” of discontinuity can be a “consciousness” of discontinuity only when the interval is a contact and the difference is not a totalization. The après-coup or “already”, “always already” of closure's involvement with an alterity which both ...

Google previewDisparate Ladders (1997)

Why Schools and University Policies Differ in Germany, Japan, and Switzerland by Arnold J. Heidenheimer

Japan had always had a number of elite high schools, but what had happened in the interval is that the "league tables" had become generalized, so that they came to include all of the country's approximately 4,000 public and 1,000 private ...

Google previewIntroduction to Ordinary Differential Equations (2014)

Second Enlarged Edition with Applications by Albert L. Rabenstein

The interval (xo – R, xo + R) is called the interval of convergence of the series. The radius of convergence of a power series can sometimes be found by the following method, which is based on the ratio test for convergence of series.

Google previewElementary Differential Equations with Linear Algebra (2014)

by Albert L. Rabenstein

The interval (xo – R, xo + R) is called the interval of convergence of the series. The radius of convergence of a power series can sometimes be found by the following method, which is based on the ratio test for convergence of series. We leave ...

Google previewApplied Statistics for the Six Sigma Green Belt (2005)

by Bhisham C. Gupta, H. Fred Walker

This second part of the estimation process is called interval estimation, and the interval itself is called the interval estimate or confidence interval. In both point estimation and interval estimation we work with a statistic (or a function of sample ...

Google previewThe American History and Encyclopedia of Music: Theory of music (1910)

by William Lines Hubbard, Edward Dickinson, George W. Andrews, Arthur Foote, Emil Liebling, Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall

Note several instances: The interval between any two tones having the relation of a third, in other words between two tones of which the higher is the third above the lower, such as the first and third, the second and fourth, the third and fifth, etc., ...

Google previewAn Encyclopædia, or Dictionary of Music ... With upwards of two hundred engraved examples, the whole compiled from the most celebrated foreign and English authorities, interspersed with observations critical and explanatory (1825)

by John Feltham DANNELEY

joins the interval B-flat. When the note B-flat forms the fourth ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Epidemiology (2014)

by Miquel Porta

the interval is closed by next pregnancy). BIRTH ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica (1824)

Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved

Considering some sort of subdivision, therefore, as necessary, and observing, in the interval which extends from the first of Newton's discoveries to the year 1818, three different conditions of the Physico- Mathematical sciences, well marked ...

Google previewPocket Encyclopedia (1811)

Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Polite Literature by Edward Augustus Kendall

The interval of a diapason, v that is, the proportion of its grave sounds to its.

Google previewDictionary of Military Terms (2009)

by U.S. Department of Defense

procurement lead time — The interval in months between the initiation of procurement ...

Google previewHow I Made My Dictionary (1998)

by Emile Littré

The interval was long; ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Hindustani Classical Music (2000)

by Vimalakānta Rôya Caudhurī

the interval between two Matras or beats. Five Sanskrit, letters Ka, Ca , Ta, Ta, and Pa should be uttered uninterruptedly and the time required would ...

Google previewLogic and Lexicon (2013)

The Semantics of the Indefinite by Manfred Pinkal

For example, the denotation of a one-place predicate is a “fuzzy set”, a function from the object domain into the interval [0, 1]. On the propositional level, the fuzzy denotation of ...

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We have long passed the Victorian era, when asterisks were followed after a certain interval by a baby. (W. Somerset Maugham)
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