interspace

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interspace

[′in·tər‚spās]
(anatomy)
An interval between the ribs or the fibers or lobules of a tissue or organ.
(building construction)
An air space.
(physics)
An interval of space or time.
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In these environments, financial instruments such as fiat money and private debt can sometimes improve the efficiency of resource allocations by facilitating intertemporal and interspatial trades.
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Nicole Cohen's interactive video installation, "Please Be Seated," at the Getty Center in Brentwood combines an interior decorator's appreciation of historic spaces and furniture design with a "Beam me up, Scotty" brand of interspatial time travel.
Early models focused on interspatial wage differentials, distance between origin and destination, labor market conditions (such as unemployment rate and growth in employment), and household characteristics as factors determining migration flows (Greenwood 1975; Graves 1979, 1980; Greenwood and Hunt 1989).