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half-time

Sport
a. a rest period between the two halves of a game
b. (as modifier): the half-time score
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In the late 1950s, half-time was only 10 minutes, but those were the days when play was not as fast or as furious as to require a long second wind, and when TV revenues were not a factor.
Grays striker Dennis Oli charged down a clearance from John Danby to score after six minutes, Michael Kightly added a second on 32 and it was game over immediately after half-time when Glen Poole's free-kick deflected off the defensive wall.
After measuring each patient's baseline gastric emptying halftime, they administered a 10-mg IV dose of metoclopramide and measured the gastric emptying half-time again.
For most players, the half-time intermission is a time to relax and catch their breaths.
Unlike the Hope credit, students are not required to be enrolled at least half-time in one of the first two years of post-secondary education.
In addition, the Early Show on CBS praised Ameriquest's efforts in elevating the tone of the half-time show, which featured legendary ex-Beatle Paul McCartney, while CNN Headline News praised Ameriquest for "having the guts to sponsor the halftime show" after controversy marred MTV's 2004 presentation.
Huddlestone said: "We were feeling disappointment at half-time.
Thornaby Dubliners fell behind at Great Ayton United when Ashley Woodier scored, but Peter Boldison levelled with Anton Buchan giving the Dubliners a 2-1 lead before Woodier made all square at 2-2 at half-time.
3 JOSE MOURINHO revealed a dose of the silent treatment at half-time led to an improved performance from his Chelsea side as Andre Schurrle hit a hat-trick to see off Fulham at Craven Cottage.
With Atherstone trailing 4-0 at half-time, a group of home fans were said to have run onto the pitch and aggressively entered a section of the Sheepy Road ground containing Barrow fans where fighting broke out.
BEDWORTH United keeper Craig Jones suffered a broken leg and dislocated ankle during a freak half-time accident.