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In straight relationships with an age gap, words like ‘gold-digger’ and ‘trophy wife’ get thrown around.Freaking Out About Age Gaps in Gay Relationships Is Homophobic|Samantha Allen|January 9, 2015|DAILY BEAST
But most of this gap, say the researchers who carried out the study, is due to discrimination.
Since then, the rising gap between the rich and middle- and lower-income families has risen to the fore.
No approving remarks for the growing gap between rich and poor.
The best, or at least most successful, are bridging the gap between punk-rock DIY ethos and social-media savvy.On Tour With The Head and the Heart, Indie Rock’s Next Big Thing|James Joiner|December 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A pang, a bitterness that lasted for a day or for a year—and the gap would be filled again by some one else.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
Bran or horse-dung inside was a good thing as a stop-gap, though it added not to the strength of the boiler.Life of Richard Trevithick, Volume II (of 2)|Francis Trevithick
The tall man leaped over just there; and the Jew, running a few paces to the right, crept through that gap.Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens
Then you're the chap who covered the trail between Phœnix and Potter's Gap yesterday afternoon?Motor Matt's "Century" Run|Stanley R. Matthews
Before he could recover, a figure was flying through the open gap that lately had been a window.St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini
British Dictionary definitions for credibility gap
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Distrust of a public statement or position, as in The current credibility gap at City Hall is the result of miscommunication between the mayor's office and the press. This term originated about 1960 in connection with the American public's disinclination to believe government statements about the Vietnam War. It soon was extended to individuals and corporations as well as government agencies to express a lack of confidence in the truth of their statements, or perception of a discrepancy between words and actions.