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Also, heat consistency can be a bit sporadic depending on the temperature outside.
Orders are sporadic — sometimes four or five come in one night, sometimes just one per week.
Dating during the pandemic has been pretty sporadic for him, too.
Looking up Spector’s bylined stories over the decades that mention Fauci, one finds that the pattern of their contact appears more sporadic than this book and its marketing material suggest.
There have only been sporadic instances of outdoor transmission.
Then a silence ensued, broken at first by sporadic and staccato remarks, then becoming as dense as the silences of the night.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Then sporadic rumours began to creep about, and the atmosphere became charged.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
In the Third Culture Epoch there was found “copper, with sporadic appearance of low percentage of tin.”
Three times the old blood-feud had broken into sporadic outbursts, and three men had been shot.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
The other two are genuinely new creations, if we except certain sporadic beginnings that occur in the transitional culture.

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