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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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So, on the one hand, the distancing seems so threatening as to imply a crisis regarding the representing others; on the other hand, the myriad "solutions" offered are to convey a message that the disjunction is indeed highly bridgeable.
The lack of exposure in those clans to other paradigmatic structures, their insularity, and hollow arrogance encourages the perpetuation of regressive notions like confinement of the woman to the home, her role as mute spectator, her ostensible lack of agency while manipulating the householder to do her bidding by deploying a cunning that would be difficult to vie with, and a bridgeable distance between the woman of a decrepit feudal clan and her upper middle-middle class counterpart.
She needs to determine what is bridgeable between the two sides and what is not.
This is increasingly so because insufficient financial backing and insufficient technological acumen are the two key contemporary reasons which are used to justify why bridges have not been built across ail bridgeable space.
Those conditions include "a bridgeable information gap [contributing] substantially to risks or public service failures"; the potential for establishing generally agreed-on measures of performance; and "information users [with] the will, capacity, and cognitive tools to improve their choices.
However, he also notes that "the distance between the feudal past and eighteenth-century institutions is eminently bridgeable.
Some of these disagreements, to be sure, were bridgeable, while others were not.
But there is still a gap, not entirely bridgeable, between being a character in a story and reading a story, however closely a reader may identify with a character.
As previously stated, the ancient idea of just prices and the modern idea of fair wages seem contradictory; however, when understood from the perspective of the distinction between direct versus indirect employers, the chasm between the ideas is bridgeable.
The notion that we live in a closely knit and easily bridgeable world has been widely popularized but is still debatable; after all, most of Africa is largely removed from the world of Westernized commerce and its attendant standards of living, and there are still many remote areas of the world where people's ways are closer to the 19th century than the 21st.
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.