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Osmond Orgreave entered the room, quizzical, and at once began to tease Clayhanger about the infrequency of his visits.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT
The infrequency of his visits to her of late, and something in his manner, made her uneasy and a little bitter.
The real cause of his concern being, I suspected, the infrequency with which his cash register tinkled.
THE HOLES AND JOHN SMITHEDWARD W. LUDWIG
How can we possibly know but that such infrequency is direfully injurious?
RITES AND RITUALPHILIP FREEMAN
What she referred to, was simply the infrequency of the visits.
The severity of any given punishment is largely a matter of the spirit and infrequency with which it is given.
MANPOWERLINCOLN CLARKE ANDREWS
Perhaps the infrequency of midday passages was due to the habit of the Caribou of resting at this period.
This was revenge within their reach, at any hour; and its previous infrequency is a matter of astonishment.
It suffers from smallness of numbers, from infrequency of meetings, and from changes of locality.
Still, there are noises, and their comparative infrequency makes them the more noticeable.

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