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Frequently

Meanings and phrases

frequently

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. many times at short intervals; often; oftentimes; oft; ofttimes

frequently used

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E.g.
  • It is the largest and most frequently used zénith.
  • The church building is frequently used for weddings.
  • The term is still frequently used by the British Army.

most frequently

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  • It is the largest and most frequently used zénith.
  • Avastin is the most frequently requested treatment.
  • This is the version most frequently sung today.

more frequently

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E.g.
  • This Council meets more frequently than the Board.
  • Quetzals feed more frequently in the midday hours.
  • Women are more frequently affected than men.

less frequently

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E.g.
  • Today these names are less frequently used.
  • Somewhat less frequently, they tour Europe in the autumn.
  • Over time, Bauer used Ellqvist as a model less frequently.

frequently cited

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E.g.
  • Bowie, Bill Walton and Greg Oden are frequently cited together.
  • Barlow is one of the most frequently cited psychologists in the world.
  • It is frequently cited as an example case of moral panic in New Zealand.

frequently referred

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E.g.
  • Moss island is frequently referred to as an outdoor gym.
  • It is also frequently referred to as the desert bee fly.
  • This bucentaur was frequently referred to in Venetian chronicles.

frequently found

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E.g.
  • Gold has been frequently found at Kennedy's Bay.
  • The borzoi is frequently found in art deco-period works.
  • They are also frequently found in nature.

frequently visited

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  • It is frequently visited by cruise ships.
  • The tsar himself frequently visited the monastery as a pilgrim.
  • "Stosch" also frequently visited foreign ports to show the flag.

frequently seen

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E.g.
  • Squirrels are frequently seen high up in the trees.
  • Adampour is frequently seen in public debates.
  • A dark, triangular mark between the eyes is frequently seen.

frequently performed

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  • "Kuchimane" in particular is frequently performed.
  • Now the cantata is frequently performed by youth and amateur ensembles.
  • Hemingway's mother frequently performed in concerts around the village.

most frequently used

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E.g.
  • It is the largest and most frequently used zénith.
  • The plane most frequently used was the Lockheed Hudson.
  • This capability was most frequently used to read MS-DOS disks.

frequently mentioned

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  • From the 13th century onward it is frequently mentioned.
  • It is frequently mentioned in historical as well in modern literature.
  • FitzGerald, a Democrat, was frequently mentioned as a potential gubernatorial nominee for 2014.

used frequently

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E.g.
  • The range is used frequently throughout the year.
  • A track used frequently was the Peter Reno track "Recoil."
  • Low serves are also used frequently, either forehand or backhand.

frequently played

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E.g.
  • He, as before, frequently played recordings in their entirety.
  • Source: Dementieva frequently played for the Russian Fed Cup team.
  • It was also frequently played at the start or end of official functions.

frequently called

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  • The first player is frequently called upon to perform solo passages.
  • For this reason, tangent covectors are frequently called "one-forms".
  • During his tenure with Croatia Blažević frequently called up Prosinečki.

frequently appeared

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  • His humorous online articles frequently appeared on April 1.
  • He has also frequently appeared on "QI".
  • Since that time the flag has frequently appeared on U.S. stamps.

appeared frequently

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  • Polonini appeared frequently at the Teatro Regio di Torino.
  • Richard Thorne, who produced and directed, also appeared frequently.
  • He appeared frequently in concerts, music hall, cabaret, and pantomime.

frequently appears

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E.g.
  • He frequently appears on the Biota.org podcast.
  • He frequently appears on Fox News and Fox Business channels.
  • He frequently appears in the business news media including on CNBC, Yahoo!

frequently associated

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E.g.
  • It is frequently associated with millennials.
  • The banjo is frequently associated with folk and country music.
  • Pig and horse bones are frequently associated with the burials.

frequently made

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E.g.
  • BASE jumps are frequently made from less than .
  • Gifiti is frequently made at home, with varying recipes.
  • Modern versions are frequently made with synthetic red iron oxide.

frequently during

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  • Ganino and Stillwell visited the set frequently during filming.
  • He changed managers frequently during his tenure with the Pirates.
  • The vines are watered frequently during the first few weeks until roots form and new shoots grow.

very frequently

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E.g.
  • It is also very frequently used in traditional ("trad") jazz.
  • It is very frequently used; often the most commonly used application program in a mainframe shop.
  • As with other parts of Tasmania's south-west, the trails are extremely muddy – very frequently it is more than ankle deep.

frequently quoted

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  • His writings are frequently quoted by Diogenes Laërtius.
  • As a judge, Siler frequently quoted scriptures from the bench.
  • Aristotle is also quite frequently quoted in Alexander's works.

frequently featured

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E.g.
  • MCs are frequently featured in live performances.
  • Buddy Hackett was a frequently featured performer, as were Tony Bennett, Milton Berle and Tony Martin.
  • Vlok is involved in technology business globally, and is frequently featured in interviews relating to this.

frequently use

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E.g.
  • Computational geometry, however, does frequently use calculations related to determinants.
  • Authors of Lovecraftian horror in particular frequently use elements of the Cthulhu Mythos.
  • The duo frequently use Okamoto to appear on radio and appeared irregularly in the VTR of "Sunday Japon" from 2010.

appears frequently

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E.g.
  • The feminine figure appears frequently in this work.
  • She appears frequently in the media on these topics.
  • The classic Bat-Plane appears frequently in "".

frequently employed

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E.g.
  • Overhead camshafts were frequently employed.
  • Individuals also frequently employed magical techniques for personal purposes.
  • Like the German Empire, that of Austria-Hungary frequently employed liberal economic policies and practices.

moved frequently

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E.g.
  • They moved frequently from one cheap flat to another.
  • The Corbetts moved frequently before eventually settling in Troy, New York.
  • Yeadon's father was an inventor, and his family moved frequently throughout his childhood.

frequently encountered

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E.g.
  • Younger specimens are much more frequently encountered in the open at daytime.
  • They are frequently encountered by players throughout "Half-Life" and its three expansions, "", "" and "".
  • In contrast to more therapeutically oriented systemic work, mediation is more frequently encountered in business.

frequently described

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  • The novel is frequently described as a "Bildungsroman".
  • Overseer's style is most frequently described as big beat.
  • Influential YouTubers are frequently described as microcelebrities.

so frequently

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E.g.
  • Otis Elevator Co. advertisements so frequently capitalized all of the letters in the word.
  • In his mature work, Kurosawa employed the wipe so frequently that it became a kind of signature.
  • A plantain or banana, and tomato sauce, are so frequently used as often to be considered defining ingredients.

frequently uses

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E.g.
  • This moth frequently uses milkweeds ("Asclepias" spp.)
  • To be plain and intelligible he frequently uses trivial expressions.
  • "C. ligatum" frequently uses its radula to rasp on, i.e., bite, its non-predators.

frequently collaborated

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  • He has frequently collaborated with Callum G. Brown.
  • Therein, he has frequently collaborated with David Sraer.
  • Burgess frequently collaborated with Adams in writing songs.

still frequently

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E.g.
  • The term is still frequently used by the British Army.
  • Raimund's comedies are still frequently performed in Germany and Austria.
  • Although the Confederacy renamed the ship, she is still frequently referred to by her Union name.

frequently throughout

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E.g.
  • The range is used frequently throughout the year.
  • Gang lectures frequently throughout the world.
  • This group performed frequently throughout New York and Florida.

quite frequently

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E.g.
  • Salt was abundant in Aksum and was traded quite frequently.
  • At that time I saw him and conversed with him quite frequently.
  • Aristotle is also quite frequently quoted in Alexander's works.

frequently asked

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  • Defendants are frequently asked if they would like to waive their speedy trial rights.
  • As a young talent, he was frequently asked as a drive-in jockey since he was fourteen.
  • Use of "FAQ" to refer to a single frequently asked question, in and of itself, is less common.

frequently compared

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  • Badminton is frequently compared to tennis.
  • Based on this, the game has been frequently compared to "Diablo".
  • Senff's work has been frequently compared to Ivan Khrutsky in Vilnius.

frequently criticized

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E.g.
  • In his poems, he frequently criticized the authorities.
  • The EU has frequently criticized Jewish construction in East Jerusalem.
  • As a result, Naturalistic writers were frequently criticized for being too blunt.

occur frequently

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E.g.
  • Citations from it occur frequently in Dante's "Divina Commedia".
  • In many species of sharks and rays, stress-induced abortions occur frequently on capture.
  • Gang rapes occur frequently in South Africa, and in certain parts it is called "jackrolling".

frequently worked

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E.g.
  • He also frequently worked with Zbyněk Brynych and Karel Kachyňa.
  • Roots of Resistance frequently worked in coalition with white allies, and was not a separatist organization, nor was it anti-white.
  • From this group we should mention two renowned musicologists that frequently worked in collaboration with each other: Victoria Elí (b.

frequently reported

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E.g.
  • One frequently reported drug is naproxen.
  • It is more frequently reported in Friesian horses than in other breeds.
  • The most frequently reported adverse events were pneumothorax and infections.

appear frequently

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E.g.
  • Determinants appear frequently in algebraic identities such as the Vandermonde identity.
  • Mills continued to appear frequently in the team, playing in 34 matches and scoring one goal.
  • Variants on the name of Abyzou appear frequently in charms in languages such as ancient Greek, Hebrew, and Romanian.

frequently depicted

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E.g.
  • Nāgas are frequently depicted in Angkorian lintels.
  • Centaurs were also frequently depicted in Roman art.
  • The FBI has been frequently depicted in popular media since the 1930s.

most frequently cited

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E.g.
  • Barlow is one of the most frequently cited psychologists in the world.
  • According to CiteSeer, it became one of the most frequently cited computer science articles in 2002.
  • Of these art groups, the Baghdad Modern Art Group and the One Dimension Group are the most frequently cited.

frequently changed

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E.g.
  • However, the mill frequently changed ownership and never showed a profit.
  • The army frequently changed generals but did nothing to contribute to the Anglo-Allied war effort.
  • It is unclear how old Poe was at the time he wrote the poem because, in part, he frequently changed his claim.

frequently invited

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E.g.
  • Wieloglowski frequently invited there various fortune tellers and other persons who claimed magical abilities.
  • She is frequently invited to talk shows and interviews to speak in favor of prostitution and the adult film industry.
  • She began her career in the troupe of the Opéra de Lyon then, from 1984, was frequently invited to play at the Opéra de Paris.
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