recurring period

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A workweek must always be a regularly recurring period of seven consecutive 24-hour periods.
In a nutshell, a sabbatical is a recurring period of rest and renewal.
The estimate does not include recurring period costs and allocated interest expense.
Yet, recurring periods of political unrest created significant challenges to this march towards prosperity.
These chain reactions within the airways lead to the symptoms of asthma, which are often paroxysmal or persistent, such as recurring periods of coughing, wheezing (whistling sound when breathing), breathlessness, and chest tightness (NHS, 2013; NIH, 2012a).
Since its bubble burst in the early 1990s, Japan's economy has grown roughly one per cent a year, with recurring periods of contraction.
The quest for better asthma therapeutics Asthma is an incurable lung disease that inflames and narrows the airways, causing recurring periods of wheezing, chest tightness, coughing and shortness of breath.
Asthma is a chronic lung disease that inflames and narrows the airways, causing recurring periods of wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath and coughing which often occurs at night or early in the morning.
Performance Management back then was merely evaluating an employee's performance at recurring periods.
1 in the Revised Draft noting that "the time requirement could similarly be met in the case of shorter recurring periods of time that would be dictated by the specific nature of the relevant business" (10) is troubling because it may permit taxing authorities to assert a PE in virtually any circumstance.
Every biologist is familiar with cycles, which are defined as recurring periods within which certain (and often predictable) events or phenomena occur and complete themselves.
In Greaves's account of Bunyan's mental state in the 1650s, this text provides important evidence that Bunyan "experienced despair that was more than spiritual in nature" (35) and supports the conclusion that in "Bunyan's case, recurring periods of anxiety probably triggered dysthymia" (41).