Duration [noun]

Definition of Duration:

length of action, event

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Postseason NHL fights since 2016 by duration of fight and average period they occurredFights were timed from the moment a player’s gloves fell to the ice until an official stepped in.

The case suggests that vaccine trials should be monitoring for the duration of protection against the coronavirus, which is still unknown, To said.

Days later, the scientists found that in two of the colonies, at least 84% of the bats glowed, which suggests that a transferable vaccine applied this way could immunize enough bats to reduce the frequency, size and duration of rabies outbreaks.

This year Canticos watch time and subscribers have grown more than 1,000 percent, Wolfe Pereira says, with average view duration up 82 percent.

It measures your body and watches you for the duration of the exam, tracking your movements to identify what it considers cheating behaviors.

This is primarily in response to the central government’s proposal to put a cap on the duration of these classes.

Two extreme bolts of lightning have smashed previous records for lightning duration and distance.

If you consider that there are far more interesting pages to look at online in comparison to your landing page, you will begin to understand that the duration of time visitors spend on your site will be relatively low.

Well, that depends on the duration of stress and RAS activation levels at the time of stress.

Will this position be permanent or will its duration be limited practically to the period of the war?