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for the duration

for the whole time that something continues; for the entire period of time required for something to be completed; for as long as something takes. We are in this war for the duration. However long it takes, we'll wait. We are here for the duration.
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The analysis focuses on the comparison of the syllable rhyme durations and duration ratios in trisyllabic, tetrasyllabic and pentasyllabic words.
The average session length was 31 minutes for short duration, low intensity; 58 minutes for long duration, low intensity; and 40 minutes for long duration, high intensity.
Under normal circumstances, DoubleLine Capital ("DoubleLine"), adviser to the DoubleLine Funds, expects to construct an investment portfolio for the Fund with a dollar-denominated average effective duration of at least 10 years.
Duration of Election tribunal of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa has been extended to three months while election tribunal duration of other three provinces has been extended to 6 months.
If we define high-duration Treasury bonds as bonds of this type with durations above the median duration of all Treasury bonds outstanding, 44 percent of the market value of all Treasury bonds was in high-duration bonds at year-end 1872.
Short sleep duration was significantly more common among the 77% of subjects who reported experiencing combat (OR, 0.
Which is more enjoyable, knowing the exact duration of a dinner with a charming friend or not knowing it?
For certain community-acquired infections duration of therapy can be shortened, with a resultant reduction in cost, better patient compliance, less selection pressure for resistant organisms and fewer adverse effects.
1,404,000 with implementation duration of (9) months and the agreement of constructing Hayy Al Turath/Ghubrat Nizwa road in the Al Dakhiliyah Region worth RO.
A common measure of an institution's exposure to interest rate risk is the duration gap (DGAP).
The investigators evaluated the relationship between sleep duration and subsequent body weight and fat gain in the study participants, who were aged 21-64 years.
For example, they often jump to the erroneous conclusion that interest rate risk is minimized when asset and liability durations are equal.
In the 10 years after Switzerland introduced the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI), a program designed by UNICEF to ensure that maternity facilities encourage breast-feeding, the median duration of any breast-feeding increased from 22 to 31 weeks nationwide.
They model the joint density of the marked point process of duration and tick-by-tick returns within an ACD-GARCH framework.