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That thought was momentary.

There was a momentary pause.

There was a momentary pause in the talk.

He gave a momentary glance to the passers by.

Sex: the pleasure is momentary, the position ridiculous, and the expense damnable.

Victory attained by violence is tantamount to a defeat, for it is momentary. - Gandhi

Let's hope this is a momentary dip in quality for Pixar.
(Daily Mail - TV&Showbiz, )

It's a momentary flash that can leave a lasting impression.
(The Independent - Enviroment, )

If any team could sustain the momentary loss of their coach, it's the Warriors.
(USA TODAY Sports in USA Today - NBA, )

On a Brazil beach, Pope Francis warns of 'momentary thrill' of money and possessions.
(USA Today - World, )

'Smurfs: The Lost Village' and 'Power Rangers' got a momentary respite thanks to Good Friday.
(Scott Mendelson, Contributor http://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/ in Forbes - Business, )

Normally you need to wait until the World Cup starts to experience momentary lapses into insanity.
(Brandon Hicks in CBC Sports, )

After a momentary bump on this Tuesday, Super Bowl ticket prices have continued their decline from last week.
(Forbes - Business, )

A new study finds that video games offer momentary stress relief, but the respite comes at an emotional price.
(UPI - Science News, )

A momentary lapse of concentration is all it takes for a finger to become trapped or sprain an ankle -- and it hurts.
(Science Daily - News, )

Maria Sharapova pounced on Samantha Stosur’s momentary lapse in the second set to rally for a -0 victory.
(The New York Times - Tennis, )

The reason for my momentary mistake was the Dean & DeLuca gourmet food store on the Tokyo street corner near my hotel.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

All of a sudden, during a quiet August trading afternoon, there was a momentary flash of excitement in the currency market.
(CNBC, )

Scientists find an equation which predicts momentary happiness, when participants performed better than expected during a task.
(BBC News - Science & Environment, )

Sales volume has picked up in the last year, though home prices have continued to fall since a momentary rebound in early 2011.
(The New York Times - Travel, )

Depressive symptoms and mood in the moment may predict momentary pain among rheumatoid arthritis patients, according to researchers.
(Science Daily - News, )

Marcus Mariota gave the Tennessee Titans a momentary scare Monday night when he scrambled and ran to the sideline where he crashed into a scout.
(The New York Times - Pro-Football, )

But Simon Cowell's reputation hit a momentary new low for viewers of Saturday's X Factor, which saw the judges assigned their contestant groups.
(Daily Mail - TV&Showbiz, )

The steep decline in oil prices is a momentary market phenomenon and does little to influence the economy long-term, an Iranian oil director said.
(UPI - Business News, )

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson achieved a momentary consensus among Israeli and Palestinian officials — but not in the way he may have hoped.
(Los Angeles Times - World News, )

The error stemmed from a momentary glitch in a device that measured how fast the spacecraft was spinning, the report by the European Space Agency said.
(Daily Mail - Science, )

In everyday life, the global positioning system can be employed to reliably determine the momentary location of one en route to the desired destination.
(Science Daily - News, )

Psychologists have discovered that when you shift your attention from one place to another, your brain 'blinks'--experiences momentary gaps in perception.
(Science Daily - News, )

This helped the researchers to make a complete real-time record, known as 'ecological momentary assessment,' of participants' dietary temptations and lapses.
(Science Daily - News, )

A history of concussion involving at least a momentary loss of consciousness may be linked to Alzheimer's-associated plaques in the brain, U.S. researchers say.
(UPI - Health News, )

Claudia Martins, of Knowle, Bristol, walked free after a judge accepted she had a 'momentary abnormality of mental functioning' which she no longer suffered from.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Fears about the UK’s momentary slip into deflation in April have abated after numbers from the Office of National Statistics show that inflation rebounded in May.
(The Independent - Business, )

Zip lining has become a popular way to experience a little adventure, but serious injuries can be an unintended consequence of that momentary thrill, researchers report.
(The Canadian Press in CBC News - Health, )

A transient ischemic attack (or, TIA) involves a temporary lack of blood flow to the brain, which causes momentary dizziness, confusion, tingling, and numbness in the arms.
(Daily Mail - Health, )

The momentary lapse in discipline among North Korea's 'army of beauties' occurred during the pair skating short program on February 15 at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
(Daily Mail - News, )

The Great Barrier Reef in the distance provided a momentary distraction as we broke through the clouds, and as if by magic, in the horizon a small lush green island appeared.
(Forbes - Technology, )

The Royal Canadian Air Force’s CH-148 Cyclone helicopters have been grounded after one of the choppers “experienced a momentary change in the descent rate” a month ago.
(Michael Gorman in CBC News - Canada, )

Two brief power outages disrupted travelers Sunday evening at Los Angeles International Airport, and officials were investigating what caused the momentary loss of electricity.
(Los Angeles Times - Daily Dish, )

A new study suggests that a history of concussion involving at least a momentary loss of consciousness may be related to the buildup of Alzheimer’s-associated plaques in the brain.
(Science Daily - News, )

A momentary rant could have long-term impact on a man caught on video threatening to call immigration enforcement on restaurant workers because hearing them speaking Spanish angered him.
(Fox News - U.S., )

Experts at Kent and Sussex universities found drinking alcohol triggers a surge of momentary happiness, but added that over time prolonged drinking leads to higher levels of dissatisfaction.
(Daily Mail - Health, )

Marian Gaborik took a momentary break from the usual businesslike atmosphere in the Kings' dressing room and allowed himself one moment to marvel at what Los Angeles has accomplished this spring.
(The New York Times - Hockey, )

“A Dark Song” is an Irish horror film with a modest name that suggests a momentary swerve into blackness rather than the committedly bleak, untrustworthy doings in Liam Gavin’s confidently moody first feature.
(Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )

For a short time on Friday night, the official website of Sunday's Golden Globe Awards posted what appeared to be this year's winners in two top Globes categories, setting off some momentary excitement in the industry trade press.
(Fox News - Entertainment, )

An arriving passenger has been arrested on suspicion of brandishing a weapon in the baggage claim area of Los Angeles International Airport's Terminal 3, causing momentary panic before authorities determined his handgun was unloaded.
(Fox News - U.S., )

For millions of people last summer’s solar eclipse was a momentary spectacle, but for one New Yorker the sight of the moon crossing the sun is a vision that may never leave her view, burned as a crescent-shaped scar into her retina.
(Fox News - SciTech, )

A lava flow from Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano that damaged a geothermal power station has stalled, as have lava fountains that had gushed 30 metres into the air, offering momentary relief to an area under siege for 25 days, officials say.
(Reuters in CBC News - World, )

It’s not a momentary flashy event, but a product, an experience, an act of social responsibility, perhaps just a simple change in package design, that is so excellent, so obviously better, so not average that it is worth remarking and acting upon.
(Forbes - Business, )

Having developed a momentary case of the 20-year itch for the beloved production of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” that it has been rolling out since 1993, Los Angeles Opera announced Tuesday that it’s about to have a fling with a sexy new flame it met earlier this year in Berlin.
(Mike Boehm in Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )

I really don’t want to wait in those voting lines,” or “My one vote probably won’t make any difference,” or “I know that my candidate has enough votes in my area, so I don’t really need to bother.” I’ll be the first to admit that I too have been guilty of those momentary lapses in judgment, where I had to immediately remind myself of how incredibly lucky I am just to have the right to vote, and how many people have fought and died for me to be able to enjoy that freedom.
(Forbes - Business, )

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