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Definition of Intermittence

Intermittence
Intermittence In`ter*mit"tence, n. [Cf. F. intermittence.] Act or state of intermitting; intermission. --Tyndall.

Meaning of Intermittence from wikipedia

- States. Glacial streams are considered intermittent streams as the flow intermittence fluctuates with solar energy input. Most glacial streams are alpine...
- scintillating, blinking or traveling which give an illusion of flashing or intermittence or as an animation. Wyckoff, Mark A. (1989). Sign Regulation: An Overview...
- German Language courses for international students. After a longer intermittence period, LMU's Summer University resumed as Internationaler Münchner...
- architecture in which the network is designed for always-on use, not intermittence and scarcity. Rather than intelligence being designed into the network...
- for connections and clusters of words. By measuring the frequency and intermittence of words, Amancio claimed to identify the text's keywords and produced...
- centuries earlier to the Delhi Sultanate. Minimising intermittence: The concept of minimising the intermittence is first implied in one of Al-Jazari's saqiya...
- 18 months for scheduled refueling and maintenance. To cope with such intermittence by nuclear (and centralized fossil-fueled) power plants, utilities install...
- musical function. David Cunningham, a Gl**** scholar, writes that the intermittence of Gl****'s "Knee Plays" amongst the opera's four acts, serves as a "constant...
- in his novel: Thus the novel embodies and manifests the principle of intermittence: to live means to perceive different and often conflicting aspects of...
- Dospinescu, Vasile (April 2006). "Construction de l'image de soi ou intermittence de l'énonciateur : un modèle d'analyse d'un discours politique dans...