Recent Examples on the WebWorse, perhaps, than being off for a block of time, is the intermittence that blended learning will oblige.
David Zweig, Wired, 24 June 2020 There followed a good deal of halting, touchingly formal talk about harvests and the maddening intermittence of rain.
Junot Díaz, The New Yorker, 17 Apr. 2018 Its apparent intermittence and the lack of a satisfactory explanation has led some to chalk it up to observer error, distortion caused by Earth’s atmosphere and/or artifacts induced by telescope optics.
Wired Staff, WIRED, 9 Jan. 2009
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