• (adjective): Slang Spaced-out.

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  • (adjective): arranged with spaces between; often used as a combining form; "widely spaced eyes"
  • (adjective): spaced apart

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Spaced is a British television sitcom created, written by and starring Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson, and directed by Edgar Wright, about the (often comic and sometimes surreal and absurd) exploits of Daisy Steiner and Tim Bisley, two twenty-something Londoners who, despite only having just met, decide to move in together after she gives up on squatting and he is kicked out by his ex-girlfriend. Co-stars in supporting roles include Nick Frost as Tim's best friend Mike, Katy Carmichael as Daisy's best friend Twist, Mark Heap as lodger Brian who lives downstairs, and Julia Deakin as landlady Marsha.
The first series of the show, comprising seven episodes, premiered in the UK on Channel 4 24 September 1999, and the second and final series, also consisting of seven episodes, premiered on 23 February 2001 before concluding on 13 April, with the final episode of the second series also serving as the series finale.
Both series were nominated for the BAFTA TV Award for Best Situation Comedy.

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  • So if you're among the publishing folk it wouldn't hurt to put it out there that TNR double-spaced is super duper.

  • This is called "spaced conditioning," and it is found across all species.

  • This is known as spaced repetition, and is a very effective way of learning.

  • I was too spaced from the flight to be very good company, and I still had too much blood in my nicotine system to be comfortable, as we were, of course, in the non-smoking section.

  • When well loosened, the squash slices were again spaced apart as before, and the spit was replaced on the rods, to be left for another day.

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