timespan

[tahym-span]
noun

Origin:
1930–35; time + span1

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Example sentences
Going forward a generation is an incredibly short timespan in the longevity of
  nations and their history.
The rate could be the same and not reach significance due to the shorter
  timespan.
The rate could be higher and not reach significance due to the shorter timespan.
The entire sequence of images here represents a timespan of perhaps two seconds.
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