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pi ree o dik

  • a  happening or recurring at regular intervals
    the periodic appearance of the seventeen-year locust
  • s  recurring or reappearing from time to time
    periodic feelings of anxiety

  • A nation that had been wallowing in one of its periodic bouts of angst is now so transformed that the newspaper Der Spiegel recently ran a cover calling Germany the "Land of Smiles.
  • Any number of old-school assignments--memorizing the battles of the Civil War or the periodic table of the elements--now seem faintly absurd.
  • The blog also features periodic "Give That Photo a Name" contests, with the winners receiving real prizes.
News & Articles

  • Lime Energy Co. Announces Revised Filing Schedule
    HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. -- via PRWEB - Lime Energy Co. (the "Company") today announced a revised schedule for filing its delinquent periodic reports and its restatement of the years ended December ...
    June 27, 2013 - GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance
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    June 26, 2013 - Cato Institute
  • 9 Beautiful Desktop Backgrounds Designed to Make You Smarter
    Anyone can throw an image of the periodic table onto a desktop and call it a background, but the creations in the gallery above combine useful information with strong aesthetic appeal. SEE ALSO: 10 Creative Solutions for a More Productive Workspace What's your favorite site to find desktop backgrounds? Let us know in the comments below Mashable composite; image courtesy of Simple Desktops, Jack ...
    June 26, 2013 - Mashable
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in Washington Post
    Obama said any system of detention "must have a thorough process of periodic review, so that any prolonged detention is carefully evaluated and justified."
  • Peter Costello in Asia Corporate News Network (press release)
    Federal Treasurer, Peter Costello said yesterday: "Well I can tell you that Australia's financial institutions are very, very secure. We stress test them through APRA on a periodic basis and they are very secure. And I think anybody who knows...
  • Tony Blair in Reuters.uk
    In politics at the top you get used to the periodic storms and I don't for a moment, incidentally, underestimate the volume of this one,Blair said in a speech, which made no direct reference to the cash-for-peerages investigation.

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