What is timeout?

Some articles on timeout:

"AppleWorks Classic" (Apple II Version, 1984–1991)
... One of the most successful was the TimeOut series from Beagle Bros ... TimeOut developers Alan Bird, Randy Brandt and Rob Renstrom were involved in developing AppleWorks 3.0 and eventually AppleWorks incorporated numerous ... TimeOut developers Randy Brandt and Dan Verkade created AppleWorks 4.0 and 5.0 for Quality Computers ...
Kyeshi
... Kyeshi ("suspend", medical timeout) is a term used in taekwondo competitions ... The duration of a kyeshi timeout is one minute ... starting from 40 seconds after kyeshi was declared, up to the end of the timeout after 60 seconds ...
National Football League On Television - Commercial Breaks
... breaks (eight total required per half) A timeout called by either team Instant replay stoppage Game stoppage after a score Game stoppage after a kickoff or punt (excluding the opening kickoff of each half) Game ... a break at all during the between-quarters timeout, and those commercials are rescheduled for later in the game ... If a team calls a timeout and the network decides to use it for a commercial break, a representative from the broadcast crew stationed on the sidelines wearing ...
Timeout (mascot) - Controversy
... The original Timeout was a gray color, with large jowls and snout, a small mouth with a harmless, protruding tongue ... Many people complained the that the new timeout looks less like a bulldog and more akin to a cat or cougar ... even protested, and one fan attended the games wearing a former timeout's costume ...
Timeout (mascot) - Transition To Costumed Mascot
... While Timeout has become a costumed mascot, there are still live bulldogs brought to the game ... In addition to being a costumed mascot, Timeout is also featured in other ways by the athletic department in promotions and contests ... Timeout has been made into a bobblehead figure, sold in the Bulldog Shop on the campus of the university and provided in other promotions ...