silent period


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silent period

[′sī·lənt ′pir·ē·əd]
(communications)
Period during each hour in which ship and shore radio stations must remain silent and listen for distress calls.
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The first chapter of Stardom, Italian Style covers the golden years of the silent period, examining a selection of its most famous divas, including Lyda Borelli, Pina Menichelli, Francesca Bertini and Eleonora Duse, as well as the Maciste serials of the muscle-man Bartolomeo Pagano and the newsreels of Mussolini.
It proposes an initial silent period in which students listen, but do not speak, as a way to promote acquisition.
We) won't be able to share additional details now as we are in the silent period, but more information will be available on October 9, when we announce our Q2 results," the spokesperson added.
Music and the Silent Film is an extensive reworking of Marks's 1990 Harvard dissertation, "Film Music of the Silent Period, 1895-1924.
After the silent period, introduce your potato to the group by naming it and telling a story about it.
It doesn't present itself clinically until the end of that 10 years so any work we can do in the silent period is likely to improve the outcome.
We are in the silent period before the results on Friday so I cannot comment,' said Ericsson spokesman Mads Madsen.
The pilot's voice sounded sluggish and labored, and it had a more urgent quality, including an uncharacteristic silent period.
The good thing about me and G is that after having distance and going through a silent period, and moving away from each other, we have seen how bad it can get.