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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.
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requesting interim measures to provide adequate security to cover the expenses of such measures; and
- Revenue from the interest income business for the Interim Period amounted to approximately HK$172 million, representing an increase of approximately 3.5 times as compared to HK$38 million for the interim period last year.
The petitioner requested the court to declare the interim regulations as unconstitutional since they violate the principles of the separation of the judiciary from the executive.
'It is the responsibility of the interim governments to facilitate the election process,' he said.
Shareholders who do not select to receive the 2017 first interim dividend payment in new shares within the specified timeframe will receive the 2017 first interim dividend due to them in cash.
Christian adds that GMR "insisted" that any industry-wide interim license would need to afford GMR the possibility of securing industry payments totaling $2.5 million per month during the interim fee period — exclusive of licensee payments from any operators who had executed separate licenses with GMR.
Beaconsfield, Que., Briarwood; Minister who is able to work with all ages, connect with young families, strong communicator and teacher of the Christian faith; Interim Moderator Rev.
New interim Prime Minister Bliznashki vowed his cabinet will strictly uphold Bulgaria's Constitution to safeguard transparency, rule of law and democratic development.
As we look ahead and you consider either taking on an interim role yourself or perhaps hiring an interim HCIT executive, make sure you evaluate candidates for the requisite skills required as if it were a permanent position.
Latest research by Ipsos MORI for the Interim Management Association identified 526 new interim management assignments that started during the third quarter of last year compared with the 431 that got under way in the second quarter.
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THERE has been in upturn in the number of businesses employing interim managers, according to a new sector survey.
The former member of the Interim Government, Temir Sariev, told in Parliament today how the funds withdrawn from the bank lockboxes were spent after April events.Temir Sariev said criminal cases were launched after April 7 and funds belonging to Bakiev's supporters in the amount of $21 million were found and withdrawn from bank lockboxes and then were deposited at the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic.
A smaller percentage have joined the growing number of interim managers who are being hired with increasing frequency across the UK and Europe.
Three of the positions are being filled by interim executives.
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