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One possibility is a blocked fuel line or filter. It basically runs out of fuel and you have to wait for it to come through slowly. The other possibility is the ignition system is losing spark as something heats up. You have to wait until it's cooled down before it runs again.
Check the wiring harnesses at the fuel rail and injectors. had the same issue with a ford expedition would run then die thought it was just getting hot and shutting down found that it had a short in plug at one of the injectors and it only did it intermitently. replaced the harness no issues followed after repairs.
sounds like your fuel pump is going out- Happens after a while- the pump will operate and after it gets hot it wont pump the proper pressure and the engine will stall out and be impossible to start until the pump cools then it starts up again
Try removing the idle speed motor on side of throttle body, and spray it clean, as well as the port it came out of, with throttle body spray cleaner. Don't pull and extend shaft of idle motor, just leave it in position it's in, and make sure you don't lose small "O" ring on idle motor. Re-install and try it. If it cures it for a while, then starts to do it again, replace the idle speed motor.