Intermittingly


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In`ter`mit´ting`ly


adv.1.With intermissions; at intervals.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The temperature plummeted in Battagram district after rain lashed plain areas and snow fell on mountains intermittingly.
The hosts strategic tactic to play the match deep in the visitors half paid off intermittingly as Colombo infringed under pressure giving away another easy 3 points.
These figures, Cohen claims, are incapable of being "free," to pursue adequate ideas either permanently or at least intermittingly. The lack of compassion for the marginalized in these examples expresses something prevalent in Spinoza's thought, which can be traced to his disdain toward the masses and the unruly and a rejection of Judaic wisdom in his defense of universal reason.
(3) The term "China effect" has been intermittingly used in this research paper for the impact of China as an economy and investor on other countries.