intermittently occupied

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  • The office has since been only intermittently occupied.
  • In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the office of chancellor was intermittently occupied.
  • A small lake has intermittently occupied the northern caldera floor, most recently in 1988.
  • The houses in the township are only intermittently occupied by people involved in mining exploration and kangaroo shooting.
  • The House of Bourbon, founded by Philip V, has intermittently occupied the Spanish throne ever since.
  • Yoros Castle was intermittently occupied throughout the course of the Byzantine Empire.
  • The necessity of guarding the pastures, which are only intermittently occupied, involves a persistent military organization. Cited from Influences of Geographic Environment, by Ellen Churchill Semple
  • The village was intermittently occupied from about 1770 to 1830.
  • The castle was intermittently occupied until it was sold to the Murrays, the Earls of Dunmore.
  • Crocker sold the property in 1942 and it was intermittently occupied until the trustees of CSUS acquired it in 1956.
  • The dates of occupation of this particular village are not known; the Kitkehahki intermittently occupied the Republican valley from the 1770s to the 1820s.
  • Beyond Missy, which we intermittently occupied, our line extended along the foot of the hills and crossed the Aisne about three-quarters of a mile short of Conde bridge -- and that brings me to a tale. Cited from Adventures of a Despatch Rider, by W. H. L. Watson
  • On 2 September, German detachments entered Lille and left three days later, the town was intermittently occupied by patrols, guarding the right flank of the 1st Army.
  • Based on the relatively small quantities of discarded stone tools, the site has been interpreted as an intermittently occupied hunting site rather than a permanent campsite, with deeply stratified layers containing both stone and bone tools along with ochre and a rich faunal assemblage.
  • The House of Bourbon, founded by Philip V, has intermittently occupied the Spanish throne ever since, and sits today on the throne of Spain in the person of Juan Carlos I of Spain (1975-2014).
  • Until the early 19th century, the hilly area around Darjeeling was controlled by the kingdom of Sikkim, while the plains around Siliguri were intermittently occupied by the Kingdom of Nepal, with settlement consisting of a few villages of Lepcha and Kirati people.
  • It contains a record of small, intermittently occupied campsites from the Early Archaic (c. 8000 BCE) though the Late Woodland (c. 1200 CE) periods and an Iroquoian village dating to around 1550 CE.