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Approximately 62 h of video (mostly under tow) were captured including 26 paused retrievals and two without pauses (some video or partial video, including pauses was lost to various technical problems).
Spelman Miller (2000) reported that L2 writers paused longer in all grammatical locations compared with L1 writers, suggesting that pause duration is a function of both language proficiency and writing skill.
While database write activity is paused, user activity is not interrupted, and any user changes are cached in memory.
And if they had paused to think about it first, they probably would have acted differently.
THE moment when a knickerless Sharon Stone crosses her legs in Basic Instinct is the most paused moment in film history, a poll has revealed.
Once the call has ended, the phone starts to play the recorded programme from the time it was paused, while continuing to record the remainder of the programme.
The control group also paused more during the conversations, mainly due to their not being able to find a new idea or to put ideas together (33 pauses vs.
Um." Rumsfeld paused, before starting an uncharacteristically clumsy stall.
(19) Johnson responded by writing And Yet They Paused and A Bill To Be Passed, but both unpublished manuscripts were categorized as "lost" by theatre historians and literary scholars until 1999, when they were discovered among the NAACP Papers in the Library of Congress.
While I underestimated the difficulty of the content--there were some places where no matter how long I paused, I did not fully understand what Davies was expounding--the book was pitched at a level that people with an average knowledge of science would be able to understand.