second period

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Noun1.second period - the second division into which the play of a game is divided
division, section, part - one of the portions into which something is regarded as divided and which together constitute a whole; "the written part of the exam"; "the finance section of the company"; "the BBC's engineering division"
period of play, playing period, play - (in games or plays or other performances) the time during which play proceeds; "rain stopped play in the 4th inning"
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The second period, which produced the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey", needs no description here: but it is very important to observe the effect of these poems on the course of post-Homeric epic.
With this sonnet (for those lines are part of the last sonnet Milton ever wrote) it would seem as if a new period began with Milton, his second period of poetry writing.
In the meantime, the second period of ten years is fast elapsing.
The early strike by SV Arminen of Austria in their opening match proved to be the only goal of a well-contested match, with Whitchurch having much the better of the second period without being able to take advantage of their possession and pressure.
Warriors fought back in the second period and levelled by the 36th minute but Blaze restored the lead in the final minute of the period when Philip Pollok slotted home after an exchange of passes between Rikki Bryniarski and Josh Nicklin.
The Bulls dominated possession, especially in the second period, but were unable to claw back the advantage that City held from David Syers' spectacular strike and are now four points adrift.
Further goals in the second period from Dale Sealey (55), Ryan Wallace (60 and 83), S Newton (81) and Daley Connolly (84) capped off a fine victory for Hare & Hounds.
At 24-0 at the half way stage it was virtually all over for Park but they showed plenty of spirit in the second period when Colin Campbell gained a try after forward pressure with Dave Hall converting.
The Bulls were level just 12 seconds into the second period when Danny Thomas latched on to Guinan's pass to flick the ball home.
For a second time, Craig Nelthorpe was instrumental for Gateshead when his volley early in the second period was deflected past home goalkeeper Ben Scott by Paul Robinson.
Nine minutes into the second period, Town doubled their lead, Eamon Kavanagh picking out Stewart who made ground on the left before finding Curley who duly converted on his debut.
The visitors were a revitalised outfit in the second period.