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of, relating to, or situated in an interstice

That he ran the risk of blowing out the stained-glass windows was of no consequence since no one liked them anyway, and the paper mill fumes were gnawing at the interstitial lead.

A webpage, usually carrying advertising, displayed before a content page
An interstitial discontinuity in a crystal
(IN-ter-STISH-ul) cystitis (sis-TY-tis) (IC)
A page that is inserted in the normal flow of editorial content structure on a Web site for the purpose of advertising or promotion Can also be called a splash page
Relating to or situated in the small, narrow spaces between tissues or parts of an organ
Meaning in-between, an advertisement that appears in a separate browser window while you wait for a Web page to load Interstitials are more likely to contain large graphics, streaming presentations, and applets than conventional banner ads, and some studies have found that more users click on interstitials than on banner ads Some users, however, have complained that interstitials slow access to destination pages
An ad that appears in a separate browser window while you wait for a Web page to load
{i} advertisement or promotion that is launched in a separate browser window while a requested WWW page loads (Internet)
Of or pertaining to interstices; intermediate; within the tissues; as, interstitial cavities or spaces in the tissues of animals or plants
A Web page not requested by a user, usually containing an advertisement, that appears on the user's screen, often in an automatically opened new browser, when the user has clicked on a link to move from one Web page to another The page that the user originally requested continues to load and the interstitial is programmed to disappear after a few seconds or when the user clicks on it to acknowledge having seen it Interstitials are interruptive, like television advertising, rather than passive, like Web banner advertising
This is a Web advertisement that appears on its own page, typically in between "content" pages Interstitials are typically not clickable (or are linked to the page you'd originally hoped to reach), but are usually buffered by a similar, smaller advertisement on the subsequent content page that allows you to investigate the advertiser's product By mid-1997, interstitials were at the top of every advertiser's want list, but have lost popularity since then
{s} located between the cells of other tissue (Anatomy); of a space between two objects; forming a space, forming a narrow opening
adjective, Latin inter = between, and sistum = set, hence, set between
An advertisement that interrupts the user This can be a full page ad that pops up on the user's screen or a pop-up window Top
Interstitial means relating to spaces or interstices (small area, space or hole in the substance of an organ or tissue) in any structure
Meaning in between, an advertisement that appears in a separate browser window while you wait for a Web page to load Interstitials are more likely to contain large graphics, streaming presentations, and applets than conventional banner ads, and some studies have found that more users click on interstitials than on banner ads Some users, however, have complained that interstitials slow access to destination pages
This term means something in between and is a page that is inserted in the normal flow of content between a user and a site An Interstitial Ad is an intrusive ad unit that is delivered without specifically being requested by a user Source: IAB Canada
A web advertisement that appears on its own page They aren't clickable, so they've lost popularity since introduced When a visitor clicked on a link, the ad would appear briefly before the page they wanted
Living in the pore spaces among sedimentary grains in a soft sediment (Levinton, 1982)
of or relating to interstices
An online display ad that appears between two destination pages
An ad which appears in between two pages of a web site; when the user clicks on a link, the ad displays for a short time before allowing the user to proceed
Means "something in between" and is a page that is inserted in the normal flow of content between a user and a site An Interstitial Ad is an "intrusive" ad unit that is spontaneously delivered without specifically being requested by a user Blocking the site behind it, Interstitial Ads are designed to grab consumers' attention for the few nanoseconds it takes them to close the window Interstitial's can be full pages or small daughter windows Also referred to as "popups "
Pertaining to the organisms that live between sand grains or in other minute spaces
Advertising creative placed in-between the origin website and the destination website, either physically or in time Also called a pop-up window The interstitial is analogous to the advertising inserts in the Sunday paper that usually go straight to the trash Newer concepts called superstitials or metastitials attempt to be more acceptable to consumers by being less intrusive, subtle and more interesting with the use of rich media components such as video
pertaining to or situated between parts or in the interspaces of a tissue
An interstitial is a Web advertisement that appears in a separate browser window, other than the target Web page
refers to tissue between alveoli of the lungs (called interstitium); outside the vascular system interstitial refers to the space in the tissues between cells
Pertaining to material in the pore spaces of a rock Petroleum and groundwater are interstitial fluids Minerals deposited by groundwater in a sandstone are interstitial minerals
means filler material which in itself does not constitute a Production and which is produced for the purpose of filling short periods of time between main items of programming on Pay or Cable Television (excluding commercials, Billboards and Public Service Announcements)
interstitial fluid
(Tıp, İlaç) Interstitial fluid (or tissue fluid, or intercellular fluid) is a solution which bathes and surrounds the cells of multicellular animals
interstitial fluid
Liquid found between the cells of the body that provides much of the liquid environment of the body
interstitial pneumonia
chronic lung disease affecting the interstitial tissue of the lungs
interstitial tissue
tissue between the cells of a structure or part in plant or animal
ınterstitial
{a} containing interstices or spaces
interstitially
in an interstitial manner; in an interstice
interstitial

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    [ "in-t&r-'sti-sh&l ] (adjective.) 1646. From interstitium + -al.

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