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Word: hiatus

Definition: gap; pause; gap or interruption in space or time; break


Sentences Containing 'hiatus'

"Note:" During the transition from James and Tony to James and Dave, there was a one week-long hiatus; however, during the transition from James and Dave to Maude and Kyle, there was approximately a one and a half months-long hiatus.
"The Lost Children" and hiatus (2011–present).
A corresponding album never materialised, with Gartside deciding on another hiatus.
Admonish went on a hiatus after the band ended on a situation where they could not focus fully on the band.
After a long 4 year hiatus from new material, 2012 brought and EP and a single.
After a seven-year hiatus, the band reformed in 2010 and released a new album in 2011.
After a three-year hiatus, the group was trimmed down to Ira and Peterson and they released "Family Feud" through Fast Life Records.
After a year-long hiatus due to injury, Brown became a regular fixture in the first team from 2000 onwards.
After an seven-year hiatus, the band returned in 2010 with the "Brand New Lungs" EP, and followed it with the album "Here, Under Protest" in 2011.
All Tsubaki activities were cancelled and the band would be on hiatus till further notice.
Dark Horse printed no further issues after the fourth, leaving the series revival in hiatus.
Disturbed went into hiatus in October 2011.
During Ultravox's subsequent hiatus, Currie dedicated himself to different projects.
Following the announcement of a hiatus for the éS company, Rattray has not attained another shoe sponsor.
He released a small number of 7" records before putting the label on hiatus to attend college.
He then took a hiatus from the Tour and rejoined in 2002.
He went back to acting in 2003 after a seven-year hiatus.
Her first greatest hits album 181920 was released prior to her hiatus in 1998.
Hiatus and the New Kingston Trio, 1967–1976.
Hiatus, "Stratovarius" and Tolkki's departure.
Hiatus, "The Hunter", and breakup (1981–82).
However, in the late 1990s, the band went on hiatus, reactivating in the late 2000s.
In 2002, he returned to the group after a 20-year hiatus, replacing his own replacement, the late Howie Epstein.
In 2005, the band entered a hiatus on the Romanian market while relocating to the United States; the original line-up disbanded shortly thereafter.
In 2008 the group announced a hiatus, stating that each member would be focusing on their respective side projects.
In 2010, the band went on an extended hiatus due to slight tensions between Cross, and Ragsdale's family responsibilities.
In 2012 the group ended their hiatus with the release of "Square One" on March 14, 2012.
In July 2011, the band confirmed it would go on hiatus after finishing their US tour that year, and in an interview that same month, Draiman dismissed concerns that the upcoming hiatus was a result of conflict between the band members, saying, "This is really not due to any animosity.
In May 2007, after a ten-year hiatus, the brand was re-introduced.
In September 2012, Eustachian called it quits officially after taking a 3 year hiatus.
It was also on a hiatus from 1970 to 1980.
It was interrupted by World War II and was on hiatus from 1955 through 1964.
Likewise with Guniw Tools, FULL seems to have a thing for putting projects on hiatus and never reviving them again.
NEPA experienced organizational hiatus in late 1990s and the year 2000.
Racer X's hiatus carried on well into the late 1990s.
Schuchart continued to play on the Nationwide Tour until 1997, taking a hiatus in 1998 and 1999 before returning in 2000.
Since 2006, however, there has not been another festival, as Red Earth remains on hiatus.
So that the dreadful hiatus of a gaping lion, and all poison, and all hurtful things, are but (as the thorn and the mire) the necessary consequences of goodly fair things.
Soon the war started and the band went into 15-year hiatus.
Tag Team Champion and hiatus (2011–present).
The band is now on hiatus, with U in the band Kharn and Full concentrating on his solo project Shilfee and Tulipcorobockles.
The band is still on hiatus while FULL is working on a new project that he founded called Shilfee and Tulipcorobockles, which leans towards the opera/rockabilly sound.
The band played up to 1978, when they took a 23-year hiatus.
The band went into an indefinite hiatus in October 2011 and the band's members are currently working on various side projects.
The episode was Heigl's last appearance before her five-episode hiatus to film a movie.
The film went into hiatus for three further years.
The renewed band went on hiatus when Castillo died from cancer in 2002.
The song would be the only single from the album to chart in the US and the last single before their hiatus.
Unfortunately this was also the last release Nookicky produced before FULL announced that the band would go on hiatus after their tour in December.
When construction of the cathedral resumed after a brief hiatus for World War I, both Bodley and Vaughan had died.

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