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interstitial

[¦in·tər¦stish·əl]
(crystallography)
A crystal defect in which an atom occupies a position between the regular lattice positions of a crystal.
(science and technology)
Of, pertaining to, or situated in a space between two things.

Interstitial

Forming a narrow or small space between parts of other elements, or between floors in a structure.

interstitial

(World-Wide Web)
A World-Wide Web page that appears before the expected content page. Interstitials can be used for advertising (intermercial, transition ad) or to confirm that the user is old enough to view the requested page, etc..

interstitial

In a separate window. See interstitial ad.
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Legislatures and courts intervene interstitially, and on rare occasion quite powerfully, but their pronouncements would be empty without the countless and largely confidential acts of counseling by lawyers.
Jeff was a person who enjoyed the intellectual stimulus that Sydney, at its best, could provide and this review does, partly interstitially, show his fascination with the history of Sydney intellectual life.
alpha] - Phase: The phase is essentially the pure Nb body centered cubic (bcc) phase interstitially alloyed with H atoms randomly distributed over tetrahedral sites in the crystal lattice (69).
The AGAL-10 values obtained for Cr & Ni are lower than the certified range values due to the certified results being obtained using a total digestion, which releases more interstitially bound elements than EPA 200.
And that means that judges, particularly appellate judges, "are occasional legislators" (Posner 81), operating interstitially within the sometimes broad spaces left open to them by the law and legal doctrine.
9] [ohm]cm), and with slightly p-type conductivity, on the other hand, an excess of Cd atoms located interstitially can produce n-type CdTe samples.
By modulating her voice and speaking "from the cracks," or interstitially, as several other black feminist activists would do over the next century (Springer 1-4, 88), Cooper creates a polyvocal and multivalent narrative technique, shifting among and between several rhetorical styles, narrative approaches, and tones in order to create textual and political space for her critiques and assertions.
Thus the catechins found in the brain were located intracellularly or interstitially and not intravascularly.
58) Citing with approval those who decried the Blackstonian view as "out of tune with actuality," (59) the Linkletter Court emerged from the Blackstonian "shadow" (60) over its jurisprudence and declared adherence to Austin's view that "judges do in fact do something more than discover law; they make it interstitially by filling in with judicial interpretation the vague, indefinite, or generic statutory or common-law terms that alone are but the empty crevices of the law.
Festival Updates" produced on-site in Park City will air interstitially during the 10 days of Sundance Film Festival, January 16 - 25, 2009.
They are found throughout the world's oceans in an amazing assortment of habitats: level-bottom muds subtidally on the continental shelf to hadal depths >7,000 m in deep-sea trenches, interstitially in sands, upon isolated seamounts rising from the seafloor at 4,000-m depths, upon octocorals, and from the tropics to polar regions.
Massive intervals of coarse-grained calcite, with interstitially disseminated pyrite and pyrrhotite, were intersected locally in exploration drilling.