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The opportunities have been infrequent, but there are parallels between the team that last won a postseason game and the team that could win one Saturday.
Extreme travelers have a lot to teach infrequent vacationers.
Within the first five months, nearly 70% of those on month-to-month memberships cancel, but as many infrequent gym members learn, it’s not so easy to cancel your membership once you have signed up.
Forty-three percent of the infrequent and new voters are registered Democrats, compared to a quarter who are Republicans.
More than 1 out of 4 of all ballots — 27% — were cast either by new or infrequent voters, according to AP’s analysis.
They generally occur together, but the pigment is not infrequently present alone.
In one, which occurs not infrequently, a thickened arm is made to expand into something like a fan-shaped hand, as in Fig. 18.
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Charcot-Leyden crystals (Fig. 6) are not infrequently encountered, and strongly suggest the presence of intestinal parasites.
Perpetual charters are infrequently granted, and some of the older ones have been limited by legislative or judicial action.
A national bank must have five directors, not infrequently the board is composed of ten, fifteen, or even more.

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