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  • When he returned, his piano playing was afflicted intermittently by trembling of his hands.
  • She was visited only intermittently by her father, who displayed inconsistent paternal interest in her.
  • First discovered in the 1960s, the kurumbakari mine site was once explored intermittently by several companies.
  • During Friday, the 18th, artillery fire was kept up intermittently by both sides during daylight. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Jan 23, 1915 V.1 N.4
  • Frequent injury, however, meant that he was used intermittently by Paul Le Guen.
  • The works were used intermittently by various others until 1883.
  • In the 1980s the venue was used intermittently by several lower league soccer clubs up until 1990.
  • The electric plant had recently burned and electricity was provided intermittently by a generator.
  • Once the wars were over, the theatre was used intermittently by both English and French visiting troupes but with little financial success.
  • Pay Commission is set up intermittently by government of India, and gives its recommendation to regarding changes in salary structure of its employees.
  • The site was occupied intermittently by the Texas Rangers and then the Confederate States Army.
  • There is a one-room Anti-Poaching Camp used intermittently by forestry staff on their rounds.
  • It is possible instead that the two land masses were connected intermittently by land bridges, allowing dinosaurs from both areas to migrate.
  • First was a thick entanglement of trees, which was broken intermittently by swampland.
  • He was also hired intermittently by the Insel Film company as an Assistant Script Editor.
  • He would campaign intermittently by cycling around the target constituency, wearing a large cardboard box daubed with his slogans.
  • His appearances continue to be telecast intermittently by what is arguably the most highly educated broadcast team in history, with every member holding no less than one Doctorate in a branch of science.
  • From then on he was employed intermittently by the Buchholz Forestry Office till 1941.
  • Alternatively, the mines may have been worked intermittently by local farmers, as happened in many early metal mines during the Bronze Age and the later Iron Age.
  • More recently, production has been disrupted intermittently by the protests of the Niger Delta's inhabitants, who feel they are being exploited.
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