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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If a pseudoID switching technique in a privacy protocol includes a silent period when no BSMs are transmitted, there could also be a tradeoff between collision avoidance and untrackability.
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.
This volume looks at the silent period of young bilingual learners and how meaning-making occurs when they cannot makes sense of the new world or communicate verbally in the language of instruction in the classroom.
This argument is vital because it challenges the image of political parties as subordinate entities and puts them under scrutiny as active agents of this silent period which Feroz Ahmad famously described as "democracy of political tutelage" (cited on p.
Opportunity will also receive no commands between April 9 and April 26, but the rover isn't exactly getting a break: the team will be sending long-term instructions for the robot to carry out during the silent period.
Each interactive session will last about one and half hours and will start with a silent period, where participants sit silently, become present to oneself and gather the energy within.
Increasing awareness of OA as a disease with "a long silent period " is leading to new research to define and develop a model of molecular, pre-radiographic and radiographic OA to use in identifying subgroups for early OA and post-injury OA, according to Linda J.
This mobility is especially salient in the silent period, when films were not bound by language, as well as in the past twenty years, which have seen a push toward transnational production and distribution.
La vuelta al bulin is one of the few still-existing silent films made by Jose Agustin "El Negro" Ferreyra, generally considered the foremost director of the silent period in Argentina.
Most patients did not experience positive visions during that silent period.
News media should not interview candidates or their supporters during the silent period and refrain from releasing reports which could inflame ethnic tension or spread fear among voters, he said.
experiencing the silent period commonly referred to in second language