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Bridge

1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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Having trailed Saints by as many as 13 points on January 14, the five-point gap is still bridgeable - but County know they could have been two points healthier had they continued recent form.
Whether the gap between the city and cannabis fans is bridgeable remains to be seen, he said.
On Young's view, both morality and politics are located in actual human interaction and marked by differences of both a horizontal and vertical kind that may or may not be bridgeable. And yet, in the working through of the arguments of these two thinkers, the similarities between them become more striking than the differences.
First, there needs to he an understanding that a bridgeable gulf exists between information systems and recordkeeping systems.
is designed with two bridgeable, seven-slot segments that can be plugged into the rear of the P1 and P2 slots 5 and 8 to connect the segments electrically.
If the difference seems slight at first, perhaps it can be appreciated by the end of this discussion, for the essay will conclude that this gulf in attitudes about history is not, finally, bridgeable, nor is it advisable to seek such a bridge.
That is, their voices are formulated as bridgeable to a generalized opposition, which anticipates and calls for an open, constructive dialogue (Le Devoir, 9 November 2000: A8).
quake that begins in the first stanza, leads to a bridgeable cut in
Without presupposing symbols that are already abstract, the gaps between material objects in space and time and those between the species are not bridgeable at all.
A growing critique of the uses and abuses of traditional knowledge identifies an underlying, problematic premise of TEK studies: that they treat deeply different cultural perspectives as bridgeable by concepts such as "biodiversity," "sustainable development" or "co-management" framed wit in scientific discourse (Morrow and Hensel, 1992; Fairhead and Leach, 1996).
believe, and it is certainly bridgeable. It is possible to have better
The same day, a cavalry reconnoitre northward, proceeding on information from locals, discovered a bridgeable area at Studienka.