Noun(1) the time between two reigns, governments, etc.
(1) This interregnum was to last for almost sixty years before any stable government could be re-established.(2) The only breathing space independence-minded Communists would have to regroup would be during the interregnum before the French colonial administration reoccupied its posts.(3) That is why I'm able to look at this period that one might characterise as an interregnum , I'm able to look at this period now with considerable calm, because the organisation is being led by a remarkable team of executive directors.(4) There was thus an interregnum of 60 years - with one exception.(5) I had avidly followed the space program for two years, having first become interested in it (and all things astronomical) during the interregnum between Gemini and Apollo.(6) Some try to make sense out of the post-cold war interregnum during which progressive people in many nations tried to come to terms with past atrocities; all mean to be suggestive rather than exhaustive in their treatment.(7) During our church's interregnum last year, his strength and gifting as a preacher became apparent to the leadership.(8) The British remained in the region until the 1960s, after a brief interregnum during World War II, when the Japanese occupied Malaysia and Singapore.(9) After a short interregnum , May Day was once again the centre of worldwide protest after the First World War.(10) What potential of virulent propaganda and electoral mileage the move had, has already been made evident from the sampling of reactions that emerged between the short interregnum of the announcement and the withdrawal.(11) We have been in a period of interregnum since the end of the cold war, and we are now moving to a General Crisis.(12) Instead of using the peacetime interregnum to hone their military skills, senior military officers sought out civilian missions to justify their existence.(13) For much of the 13th century, the Emperor was absent from Germany, locked in the conflict with the papacy which terminated with the interregnum of 1250-72.(14) the interregnum between the discovery of radioactivity and its detailed understanding(15) Secularity is, by its very nature, a temporary interregnum between two intensely religious periods of world history.(16) Ancient Mesopotamia is a symbolic resource for a future Iraq as it was once before during a short interregnum before the Ba'athist regime came to power in 1963.
(1) interregnum :: interregnum
1. break ::
5. recess ::
6. rest ::
8. repose on ::
9. rest interval ::
1. continuity ::
Different Formsinterregnum, interregnums
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