I'm aware that the past week has been the longest unannounced hiatus I've taken from posting since this site started. In 2010, Branstad returned to office after a 12-year hiatus by handily defeating the Democratic incumbent. During this hiatus, the elaborate, expensive Decorated style gave way to the less expensive and plainer Perpendicular. Back in 1988, after that infamous tackle, he had to rebuild his career following a two-year hiatus once surgeons had reconstructed his right knee. Look up in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. No copies were retained, so there is a hiatus in the record.
After a two-year hiatus, Avon Old Farms Inn restaurant has brought back its a la carte menus for lunch and dinner, and has resurrected its Sunday brunch. The War has caused a hiatus and thought has broken with tradition. Therefore, a long hiatus exists in the fossil record of anapsids. The bilateral normalization talks will be resumed after a two-year hiatus. Air traffic picked up substantially over Thanksgiving after a two-month hiatus. There was about a three-month hiatus, of course, while boats were being fixed and repaired. From 1913 to 1915, there was a hiatus on executions but they were reinstated in 1916 when electrocution became the new method.
The show returned from hiatus this week, and the host got right to work talking about Ferguson. Following the Hail to the Thief tour, Radiohead went on hiatus to spend time with their families and work on side projects. From the Laurentian up to the recent rocks there has never been any real hiatus. After the release of Texas's 2005 album Red Book the band members confirmed that they would enter a hiatus. The close association between hiatus hernia and the symptoms of reflux esophagitis, observed long ago, led to the belief that such hernias cause reflux. The space continues inferiorly through the diaphragmatic hiatus into the retroperitoneum. The result was a lengthy hiatus in the building work while another contractor was sought.
During this forced hiatus much of the material for their next album, Presence, was written. Apart from a brief hiatus with John Hall, in my time we've always been the snotty-nosed kid with his nose pressed against the toy shop window. Choose the design that fits your site. But we are very, very worried and the Gulf countries are very, very worried and it is absolutely clear to everyone that this hiatus is utterly temporary. I warned of a blogging hiatus at the beginning of the day, but I'm actually finding it to be a useful distraction from thinking. At one stage it looked as if the impasse could lead to a hiatus in Eurofighter production, threatening more than 1,000 jobs. After a 30 year hiatus, the popularity of reel mowers is again on the rise, this time due to the increasing concern for the environment.
In addition to diphthongs, Old French had many instances of hiatus between adjacent vowels, due to loss of an intervening consonant. After this hiatus, the size and activity of the males' testes increase, signalling the start of a new reproductive cycle. It is said to be highly-effective at relieving such conditions as irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, ulcers and hiatus hernia. In the summer of 2013, Jon Stewart took a hiatus from The Daily Show and traveled to Jordan for a month to film a movie. However, vowel sequences in hiatus are more freely allowed in some other languages, most famously perhaps in Bantu and Polynesian languages, but also in Japanese and Finnish. A win going into that hiatus would help Santorum claim momentum and credibility and refocus the race.
Multiple lines of evidence suggest that the earth is warming. After almost a year's hiatus, the Anker Cafe is reopened Aug. A peritoneal sac protrudes through the hiatus into the mediastinum next to the esophagus. The interval of geologic time not represented is called a hiatus. I am 63 and suffer from angina, a hiatus hernia, poor circulation and ringing in my ears and also other heart troubles. And yet his experience told him 205 that there must be some rift, some hiatus in the scheme. The only problem with highly concentrated tomato products is that they may aggravate acid-related conditions like indigestion, hiatus hernia and rheumatoid arthritis.
Later he married Beatriz Sanchez de Ortega in Seville during a hiatus in Spain. . After Hatton's career was put on a long hiatus, rumours of a comeback continued to circulate the media over the next several years. Flat, turned up at the sides, an hiatus for the passage of a byssus. Show More Sentences Irwin is credited with orchestrating the successful campaign last year that returned Marolt to office after a four-year hiatus.
A rhotic speaker may use alternative strategies to prevent the hiatus, such as the insertion of a glottal stop to clarify the boundary between the two words. Of course the reason for the hiatus in the books was plain enough. Henceforth, children born in France from French parents were differentiated from children born in France from foreign parents, creating a hiatus between these two categories. After a two-year hiatus, rumor has it that Rodman is serious about making a comeback. He could very easily write in different styles at different times, now avoiding hiatus and now not, sometimes writing diffusely and sometimes briefly, partly polishing and partly leaving in the rough, according to the subject, his own state of health or humour, his age, and the degree to which he had developed a given topic; and all this even in the same manuscript as well as in different manuscripts, so that a difference of style between different parts of a work or between different works, explicable by one being earlier than another, does not prove either to be not genuine. Then he covered the hiatus with paint, and hoisted the ensign to the flagstaff.