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  • The series continued through the years during and after her term though much less frequently.
  • The term is used much less frequently than some others. ...
  • The other two forms are much less frequently used. ...
  • This is in contrast to the much less frequently used -court. ...
  • They are run much less frequently in Britain. ...
  • The series continued through the years of her directorship and long after her term, though much less frequently. ...
  • A number of other much less frequently used methods have been invented that use entirely different approaches. ...
  • Another two rules are applied much less frequently and exist to prevent illegal year lengths.
  • However, universal measures of security are used much less frequently than asymptotic ones. ...
  • Husbands were sometimes sold by their wives in a similar manner, but much less frequently. ...
  • It has been known to nest in shrubs but much less frequently. ...
  • Measures of this length, though not very uncommon, are much less frequently used than shorter ones. ...
  • The is updated much less frequently, with gaps over a month or more. ...
  • Much less frequently, these terms are used to describe gay Latino males themselves. ...
  • He yawned much less frequently, walked with his father, played piquet with his mother, was more like other people. ...
  • Cole is a surname of English origin, and is much less frequently a given name. ...
  • The concert series continued on well into the 1990s and early 2000s, albeit much less frequently.
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