Thesaurus / frequent
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Due to climate change, the wetland will experience more frequent periods of extended drought in the future, according to a 2020 study published in PLOS One.
WHAT WILDFIRES IN BRAZIL, SIBERIA, AND THE US WEST HAVE IN COMMONLILI PIKESEPTEMBER 17, 2020VOX
The most frequent use of this strategy, though, has to do with unrest at racial-justice protests.
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After finding that through a friend or family member was the most frequent response, Lalo wanted to incentivize customers to give recommendations more frequently.
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In all cases, maintaining an edge’s sharpness with frequent touch-ups will be easier than trying to restore a dull edge.
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Those figures are expected to rise as climate change makes flooding, owing to stronger rainstorms and glacial melting, more frequent and severe.
GOOGLE BOLSTERS ITS A.I.-ENABLED FLOOD ALERTS FOR INDIA AND BANGLADESHJEREMY KAHNSEPTEMBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
Some field offices held drive-through ceremonies, while others held more frequent, but smaller, indoor or outdoor ceremonies.
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These changes are numerous and frequent but typically microscopic – less than one hundredth of the width of a human hair.
Diacetic acid occurs in the same conditions as acetone, but is less frequent and has more serious significance.
A MANUAL OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSISJAMES CAMPBELL TODD
WORDS RELATED TO FREQUENT
- garden variety
- old hat
- in use
- latest word
- leading edge
- with it
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