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hiatus

Anatomy
1. a natural opening or aperture; foramen
2. a less common word for vulva

hiatus

[hī′ād·əs]
(anatomy)
A space or a passage through an organ.
(geology)
A gap in a rock sequence due to a lack of deposition of a bed or to erosion of beds.
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com/supergirl-legends-tomorrow-share-cws-monday-time-slot-2018-2626330) announcement of "Supergirl's" upcoming nine-week hiatus has worried a lot of fans, but The CW president Mark Pedowitz said that viewers should not read anything into the fact the show will be off the air from February to April.
I work out, it's just that when I went on a vacation na matagal nag hiatus ako ng matagal na ganun.
called the Bright Star 2017, after an eight-year hiatus is good for Egypt-U.
Network said, following a brief hiatus from the show after she was robbed in Paris earlier this month.
2) Sacral hiatus is clinically important as caudal block, also known as caudal epidural anaesthesia, is a commonly undertaken procedure carried out either for the management of chronic back pain or while doing major abdominal surgeries.
Meanwhile, One Direction, giving one of their last performances before their hiatus, played it casual.
Asked by Wright how their hiatus will work, Tomlinson remained quiet about the length of their break, but said: "I think we all just want some breathing space for now and the idea of that is pretty exciting, not to have any specific schedule or plans.
Best known for the hits "Narda," "Wala" and "Chiksilog," wacky band Kamikazee up for hiatus in 2016 will hold its final show in December.
MR Ahmed Hassn is a consultant laparascopic general surgeon, Nuffield Health Cardiff & Vale Hospitals, who has undertaken more than 600 keyhole surgery hiatus hernia repairs.
For years, it has been assumed that a population hiatus existed in Central Iberia from the Late Middle Palaeolithic to the final stages of the Solutrean.
Scientists have long suspected that extra ocean heat uptake has slowed the rise of global average temperatures, but the mechanism behind the hiatus remained unclear,' said the study's lead author, Matthew England of the University of New South Wales.