What is interruption?

  • (noun): A time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something.
    Synonyms: pause, intermission, break, suspension
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on interruption:

Anna Nalick - 2007-current: Shine - EP, Interruption, Comeback, Broken Doll & Odds & Ends
... On January 28, 2008, Nalick premiered her first single off the new album, "Shine", on AOL music's page ... The EP "Shine" was released March 25, 2008 ...
Southern Television Broadcast Interruption Hoax
... The Southern Television broadcast interruption was a broadcast interruption through the Hannington transmitter of the Independent Broadcasting Authority in ...
Tony Kornheiser - Television Career - Pardon The Interruption
... actual discussions in the newsroom of The Washington Post, sparked the idea for Pardon the Interruption well before the end of his run at ESPN Radio ... As of August 2006, Pardon the Interruption is the highest rated sports talk show on ESPN ...
Pittle - Anatomy and Physiology - Disorders - Experimentally Induced Disorders
... three major types of bladder dysfunction due to neural lesions (1) the type due to interruption of the afferent nerves from the bladder (2) the type due to interruption of both afferent and efferent nerves ... as shy bladder syndrome, is an example of a bladder interruption from the brain that often causes total interruption until the person has left a public area ...
Islanding Basics
... drop to zero, a clear indication of a service interruption ... house's load exactly matches the output of the panels at the instant of the grid interruption ... In this case there is no obvious indication that an interruption has occurred ...

More definitions of "interruption":

  • (noun): An act of delaying or interrupting the continuity.
    Synonyms: break, disruption, gap
  • (noun): Some abrupt occurrence that interrupts.
    Example: "The telephone is an annoying interruption"
    Synonyms: break

Famous quotes containing the word interruption:

    “... We need the interruption of the night
    To ease attention off when overtight,
    To break our logic in too long a flight,
    And ask us if our premises are right.”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)