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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.
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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

[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.
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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.
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The second way to represent complex intervals is with circular representation [13].
Throughout the intervals, their maximum oxygen consumption and heart rates were measured.
FRIDAY: Lighter rain and sunny intervals - maximum 13C; minimum 6C.
Vehicle lube orders that already had change intervals greater than 12,000 miles kept their existing mileage intervals, but the calendar time intervals changed to 24 months.
The workouts are presented in terms of times rather than distances, because this is the most effective way to discuss intervals while remaining aware of proper effort.
Standard ECG algorithms provide both uncorrected and corrected QT intervals.
Interpretations made from confidence intervals estimated from x = 0 successes and x = 0 failures are equivalent, thus a discussion of the case where x = n successes has been omitted.
To determine (1) methods used by clinical laboratories to establish reference intervals for 7 common analytes, (2) variation in intervals, and (3) factors that contribute to establishment of "outlier" intervals.
Interval Analysis: And Automatic Result Verification
That is, the values of objective functions are constrained in given reasonable intervals instead of being minimized, and the design variables are intervals instead of deterministic values.
Results indicated that 30-, 60-, and 90-s intervals approximated the 5-s MTS.
Reference intervals are the most widely used decision-making tool in laboratory medicine and serve as the basis for many of the interpretations of pathology results.
Tag Intervals are geared toward stratigraphic deposits.
8%) had prolonged corrected QT intervals (QTc) whereas the QTc