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  • a  not frequent; not occurring regularly or at short intervals
    infrequent outbursts of temper

  • In 1998 the former issued a statement that said, in part, "Spanking is only effective when used in selective, infrequent situations.
  • Latin America's poorly financed movie industry can be as erratic as the region's governments; but the infrequent hits are always worth the wait, and that's certainly true of .
  • So why are we left with such wan and infrequent holidays today? The answer, simply put, is that in one historical setting after another, traditional celebrations were deliberately .
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  • Bill Belichick in Boston Herald
    Overall, when you look at a 10- or 11-game evaluation, there are a lot of positives (defensively) and a lot of the problems last night weren't ones that occurred in earlier games, or were very infrequent,Belichick said. "Last night, big...
  • Meg Hillier in Telegraph.co.uk
    Meg Hillier, the shadow Home Office minister, said: "Labour had already reviewed and altered the scheme. It was never about vetting private family arrangements or infrequent contact with children. Once again we see a knee-jerk reaction, a symbolic...

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