But it does tell the government when calls were made, what numbers were dialed, and the location and duration of those calls.
This went on for 79 occasions covering the duration of both Clinton terms.
In one, mice are hung upside down by their tails for six minutes while the intensity and duration of their struggle is measured.
While there is debate among economists about the extent and duration of recovery, that is all academic.
And for the duration I lived in a parallel universe to the one I knew on the outside.
The duration of a lunar eclipse depends mainly upon the position of the moon with respect to the earth's shadow.
A difficulty arose respecting the duration of the armistice.
Don't cut out that stanza, even if "clime" doesn't seem57 to me to have anything to do with duration.
An interval of some duration elapsed, in which there was no bid for Mrs General.
De furst school I remember dat wuz accessbile was foh 90 days duration.
late 14c., from Old French duration, from Medieval Latin durationem (nominative duratio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin durare "harden" (see endure). Old legalese phrase for the duration popularized 1916 in reference to British enlistments in World War I.