interstitial interstitial

Definition(s):

  • (adj) of or relating to interstices

Usage(s):

  1. Within this site, LeVay looked at four different groupings of cells, technically referred to as the interstitial nuclei of the anterior hypothalamus, or INAH for short.
  2. Within this site, LeVay looked at four different groupings of cells, technically referred to as the interstitial nuclei of the anterior hypothalamus, or INAH for short.
  3. Instead it measures glucose levels in the body's interstitial fluid.

News

  • News: Report: iRadio to rival Pandora, add ‘highly targeted’ ads

    Apple’s upcoming iRadio music streaming service will feature virtual radio stations akin to Pandora’s, according to a new report, but will differ in selling “highly targeted” interstitial audio ads and onscreen ads using the iOS iAds service. Advertisers will be able to target users based on location, as well as entertainment tastes, due to Apple’s collection of user data from the device and ...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: iLounge

Quotes

  1. As for the filmmaking innovations deployed to tell this tale, "Right now, we don't have the vocabulary to talk about the thing that Bob Zemeckis has made. We are an interstitial movie. It's the first one of a new thing," Gaiman says.
    on Nov 19, 2007 By: Neil Gaiman Source: Sun-Sentinel.com

  2. "I am flabbergasted that this has actually happened. I have no idea what to say in response except thank you to the members of the SFWA, who have given this weird, interstitial, difficult-to-talk-about book a chance," said Priest. "From a...
    on Feb 22, 2010 By: Cherie Priest Source: The Guardian

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