in the interim

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in the interim

In the time before something happens; in the meantime. We're in the process of hiring a new social media director, but in the interim we'll have to make do with our current staff.

in the interim (between things)

in the meantime; in the time between the ending of something and the beginning of something else. In the interim between her morning and afternoon classes, Susan rushed home to get a book she had forgotten. My favorite show starts in five minutes, but I'll talk to you in the interim.

in the interim

In the meantime, as in Arthur's in Israel, so in the interim Judy will handle their business. [ Second half of 1500s]

in the ˈinterim

during the period of time between two events; until a particular event happens: Despite everything that happened in the interim, they remained good friends.Her new job does not start until May and she will continue in the old job in the interim.
References in classic literature ?
In two hours' time I'll be back again; and if I don't find you the worse in the interim, I'll see about having you transported from this strange place to the snug bed that knows you at home.
I hope you have no repugnance to accept me as your guardian in the interim.
In the interim, before his summons was answered, the stranger was observed to shake the ashes out of his pipe.
She had heard nothing in the interim of Sir Percival Glyde, but letters had reached her from Madame Fosco, making the most affectionate inquiries on the part of her husband and herself.
Law of copyright and international copyright is to be discussed, and in the interim we will sell our books for the most we can.
Mohamed Ibrahim was probably kept in the interim government due to 1)not attacking the 30 June protesters (as if he could) and 2) the highly delicate and volatile security situation Egypt is going through right now.
TUNIS (TAP) - Members of the People's Petition for Freedom, Justice and Development, aka Al-Aridha party, within the National Constituent Assembly (NCA), called Tuesday on NCA members to vote massively for the withdrawal of confidence in the interim government.
In 2004, when Shiite Islamic parties pushed for Sharia to be enshrined in the interim constitution, Hakki, who had been selected to help write the constitution, used her Department of Defense clearance to bring activists into the Green Zone.
Whether you're considering what to do when you retire from performance, or how to support yourself in the interim, please read on for inspiration and information.
Taxpayers should expect additional guidance on how to satisfy the PE requirement (likely on an industry basis) but, in the interim, should consider updating their documentation procedures to reflect the final regulations.
It's a small, localized fire and nobody gets hurt, but there's smoke damage to repair, a $5,000 dryer to replace, and laundry needs to be sent out in the interim.
Operating performance has weakened in the interim period due to a combination of higher turnover and an above budget percentage of skilled nursing revenue from life care residents, with the operating ratio rising to 102.
The Haitian government proposal to include hundreds of unvetted people in the Interim Public Security Force was unacceptable," a U.
In the interim, The Home's clients will be offered access to ZA's superior financial strength rating through the use of cut-through endorsements or related arrangements on new and renewal Home Insurance policies.
While profitability in fiscal year 2010 was very favorable, profitability in the interim period softened due to higher independent living unit (ILU) occupancy attrition rates.