In computing, an interrupt is an asynchronous signal indicating the need for attention or a synchronous event in software indicating the need for a change in execution.
(Interruptions (epic theatre)) The technique of interruption pervades all levels of the stage work of the German modernist theatre practitioner Bertolt Brecht—the dramatic, theatrical and performative. ...
(interruptive) Acting or tending to interrupt
(Interruptions) An interruption occurs when someone doesn’t take medication as prescribed by the doctor or stops taking prescribed medication.
(Interruptions) Total loss of power for some period of time. Outages are caused by excessive demands on the power system, lightning strikes and accidental damage to power lines. In addition to shutting down all types of electrical equipment, outages cause unexpected data loss
Interruptions occur when the supply voltage or lead current decreases to less than 0.1 Pu for a period of time not exceeding 1 minute. Interruptions can be the result of power system faults, equipment failures, and control malfunctions. ...
(Interrupted) descriptive of a structure, the pattern or sequence of whose elements is broken by the insertion of other elements
(Interrupted) One which contains alternating reaches, that are either perennial, intermittent, or ephemeral.
(interrupted) Having parts spaced unevenly, clustered; pertaining especially to inflorescences in which the flowers are clustered. (see continuous)
(Interrupting) Lets you put a waiting job on hold while you perform a timer or polled job.
An outage caused by the failure of one or more communications links with entities outside of the local facility.
A temporary discontinuance in the supply of electricity or natural gas.
In this case, interruption means 'disturbance.' The soldier is saying that if the townspeople make any trouble that causes a public disturbance, the soldiers are ready to act.
The loss of electric service to one or more customers or other facilities. It is the result of one or more component outages.
the interruption of the Urlinie descent after reaching scale-degree 2 and dominant harmony, after which the Ursatz starts over with tonic harmony and the return of the Kopfton and the second time completes the Urlinie descent and reaches the final tonic harmony.
Either momentary or long-term ceasing of current flow through an electronic circuit.
The temporary ceasing of pipeline supply or delivery as a result of insufficient capacity available for that priority of service. See CURTAILMENT.