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Encyclopedia > Pause

A pause is a rest, break, or temporary stop. See: musical rest. Rest has several different meanings. ... See: Break (snooker)-the term in the sport of snooker; Big Break, UK snooker-based TV show; Break key, telegraphy, keyboards, computing; Passaggio, the break in the voice between registers. ... The word stop has several possible meanings in the English language. ... A rest is an interval of silence in a piece of music, marked by a sign indicating the length of the pause. ...

Pause is also a term used in the playing of recorded media to describe the temporary stopping of the content or device. Playback could mean: Playback singing, a practice in Bollywood musicals. ... The word stop has several possible meanings in the English language. ... Content can mean Comfort and a feeling of satisfaction Creations, as in open content or free content. ... A Device can be taken to mean: an electrical device designed to carry power, but not use it. ...

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PAUSE (1956 words)
PAUSE is designed to take care of unwrapping your file with tar or zip, registering all the modules it finds in there, and placing the readme file (i.e.
PAUSE is supposed to follow this emerging standard.
PAUSE's private key is not registered with any certificate authority, so when you access the SSL channel for the first time, your browser will most likely complain that it does not recognize the authority who signed its Certificate.
DoingCL - Pause Procedure (374 words)
By using three two-minute pauses during the lecture (about every 13 to 18 minutes), the students are given the chance to clarify, assimilate, and retain the information presented during the prior mini-lecture.
The pause procedure (Rowe, 1976; Rowe, 1980; Rowe, 1983; Ruhl, et al., 1987; Bonwell, 1996), can be used as a vehicle to carry into the traditional lecture a variety of active and collaborative learning structures.
One example is for the instructor to initiate the pause by asking students to turn to their neighbor and summarize the main ideas the instructor has just presented.
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