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at intervals

Separated by a particular amount of space or time. Make sure to position those Christmas lights so that the flashing ones appear at intervals.
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at regular intervals

At an equal distance apart. Make sure to position those Christmas lights so that the flashing ones appear at regular intervals.
See also: interval, regular
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at regular intervals

[of things in a series] at points that are equally distant from each other. You will find service stations at regular intervals along the highway. There are street lights at regular intervals on the main street of town.
See also: interval, regular
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

at (...) ˈintervals


1 with time between: Buses to the city leave at regular intervals.The runners started at 5-minute intervals.
2 with spaces between: Flaming torches were positioned at intervals along the terrace.
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at intervals

In a series separated by space or time: trees planted at intervals; coughing at intervals.
See also: interval
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Sunny intervals are expected with temperatures ranging from 16 degrees Celsius to 37 degrees Celsius in Marsabit, Mandera, Wajir, Garissa and Isiolo.
Sunny intervals are also expected in Kitui, Makueni, Machakos, Kajiado and Taita Taveta.
To correctly interpret pediatric lab test results, providers must evaluate results within the context of reference intervals, which are the range of normal test values expected in a healthy child.
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class="MsoNormalSo, for the new review, which was published in January in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, researchers from Brazil and Britain decided to pull together as much data as possible from all of the existing, high-quality studies looking at intervals and body fat.
class="MsoNormalThe interval sessions likewise differed from one study to the next, but most involved intervals lasting for a few minutes at a time, at a pace just below all-out effort, which is typical of HIIT.
The possibility to express numerical values of quantities in the form of intervals is used in the theory of intervals [6].
where @ is one of the operations {+, -, *, /, [union], [intersection]}, while A, B are intervals.
Due to sex hormones and gonadotropins present during the period from puberty to menopause, the QTc intervals are longer in women than those in men.
The followings were identified as useful indices for predicting and estimating the occurrence of a fatal arrhythmia: the interval between the peak and the end of T wave (Tp-Te),[2] the ratio of the Tp-Te interval to the QT interval ([Tp-Te/QT][3]), and the JT interval (JT), which is measured from the end of the QRS complex to Te.[4] The QT interval may be affected by sex and age.[5] However, little is known about the co-effect of the inhaled agent and sex on the corrected QT (QTc) and Tp-Te/QT and Tp-Te/JT ratios.
It has been reported that prolonged QT intervals appear to correlate with the severity of autonomic dysfunction in various diseases such as diabetes mellitus.
Given two intervals [x.bar] = [[x.sub.1], [x.sub.2]] and [y.bar] = [[y.sub.1], [y.sub.2]], the value m([x.bar]) = ([x.sub.1] + [x.sub.S])/2 is mid-point and w([x.bar]) = ([x.sub.S] - [x.sub.I])/2 is half-width.
Heiss, "Assessment of prolonged QT and JT intervals in ventricular conduction defects," American Journal of Cardiology, vol.
The set-theoretic operations can be applied to intervals. The intersection of two intervals is defined by
The first two kinds of inequalities reduce the redundancy to make the sum of the crisp values in the intervals one.