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The period of time in which something, such as a process or an event, occurs.
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As per the meticulous research study on 'Automotive Gesture Recognition Market' compiled by Fact.MR for a forecast timespan of 2017 to 2022, the market valued at US$ 1,119.6 Mn and is projected to value approximately US$ 4,239.4 Mn by 2022 end.
"Today, we enjoy the capacity to build destroyers in a timespan of less than two years and we are making efforts to reduce it to less than one year," Rear Admiral Khanzadi said in an interview with the Arabic-language al-Alam news channel.
As to when these foundations disappeared, he does at least have a timespan to bookend potential dates.
Zubin Karkaria, CEO of VFS Global Group, said, "We take pride in this achievement of processing our 200 millionth visa application, with 100 million of these processed in a timespan of the last four years.
Summary: Fact.MR recently published a research study on automotive gear market for the forecast timespan of 2018 to 2028.
Burke, 49, rode 171 winners in Ireland across an 18-year timespan up to 2016, although he spent long periods riding in Mauritius and Macua, where he was crowned champion jockey three times.
David will open an exhibition and give a talk at Helmsdale's Timespan on May 6.
Attribute makes connections between advertising campaigns and activity on the advertiser's website within a user defined timespan. Attribute analyzes data related to prerecorded spots, and to live reads and organic mentions.
It ranks first, overtaking the Porsche Panamera and Audi A8 with the same timespan before reselling.
At Rs3.94 billion were spent by the DPOs during a two-and-a-half-year timespan.
This timespan can range from just a few minutes up to multiple hours.