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Often

Meanings and phrases

often

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. many times at short intervals; frequently; oftentimes; oft; ofttimes
  2. frequently or in great quantities; much; a great deal
  3. in many cases or instances

every so often

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adv.
  1. occasionally; every now and then

more often than not

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adv.
  1. usually; as a rule; by and large; generally; mostly

often used

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E.g.
  • Spots are often used to mark the and on the cloth.
  • Nɛrɛmuku is often used in sauces in Southern Mali.
  • Metaclasses are often used to describe frameworks.

often referred

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E.g.
  • The team is often referred to simply as the Lions.
  • The area is often referred to as "Taulov-Skærbæk".
  • The Byzantines often referred to Duklja as Serbia.

most often

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E.g.
  • It is most often used as part of two other phrases:
  • X-ray imaging of the hip is most often unremarkable.
  • Round brackets are those used most often in writing.

often called

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E.g.
  • This configuration is often called a hybrid setup.
  • This altercation is often called the "Poupou" war.
  • Theurgy is often called Zoroastrian Magic as well.

more often

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E.g.
  • Dolphins are mentioned far more often than whales.
  • This Indian surname is more often spelt "Duggal".
  • Pencils were used more often for drawing by 1600.

often seen

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E.g.
  • It is still often seen as a plastic or wooden toy.
  • This species is often seen soaring above woodlands.
  • They are very often seen on nixies or vacuum tubes.

often found

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E.g.
  • It is not as often found in dry deciduous forests.
  • Because of this, he's often found in the library.
  • As they are often found in waters less than deep.

often considered

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E.g.
  • His style is often considered folk art or Haitian.
  • He is often considered the father of Roman poetry.
  • Utopia is often considered a part of Fresh Meadows.

often associated

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E.g.
  • The dying god is often associated with fertility.
  • Apollo is often associated with the Golden Mean.
  • It is often associated with aneurysms and Hepatitis B.

often described

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E.g.
  • Thus it is often described as the "bank of banks".
  • Their musical style is often described as doo-wop.
  • Anna is often described as the only nice Windass.

often made

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E.g.
  • Simpler inlays are often made of plastic or painted.
  • Cheaper student models are often made in China.
  • Bolton’s artwork was often made into Christmas cards.

often cited

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E.g.
  • They are often cited as progenitors of Chicano rap.
  • They are often cited as pioneers of heavy metal music.
  • The compound is often cited as a Lewis acid.

often not

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E.g.
  • IUPAC rules are often not followed for simple ethers.
  • The use of color is often not natural but always bold.
  • Sucking out the pus with a needle is often not sufficient.

often use

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  • Alexander teachers often use themselves as examples.
  • Moving walkways often use balustrades in the same way.
  • Singers will often use the falsetto register.

often known

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E.g.
  • Wallace L. Dow Wallace L. Dow, often known as W.L.
  • Fallis Edward Oscar Fallis, often known as E.O.
  • Buffer shots are often known as "cheat shots."

often played

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E.g.
  • The song is often played on the accordion.
  • She often played kind-hearted or suffering motherly roles.
  • The song is often played on the bagpipes.

very often

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E.g.
  • They are very often seen on nixies or vacuum tubes.
  • In the Middle Ages, feudal lords changed very often.
  • In either case his face very often shows his suffering.

often abbreviated

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E.g.
  • Pizzicato is often abbreviated as "Pizz.".
  • It is often abbreviated DIA, dia, d, or ⌀.
  • In Danish, Dyrehavsbakken is often abbreviated as "Bakken".

so often

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E.g.
  • It was delayed so often it was nicknamed "Apocalypse When?"
  • Learning from others’ mistakes because they are so often our own.
  • It seems that there was no other painter for whom Bialik sat so often.

often confused

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  • City branding is often confused with City marketing.
  • It is often confused with Cyrtodactylus collegalensis.
  • The terms "lipid", "oil", and "fat" are often confused.

often included

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E.g.
  • Gunge was often included to make the tasks harder.
  • This gossip often included discussions of women.
  • Portions of Greene and Sumter were also often included.

often compared

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  • The mouth is often compared to that of a crocodile.
  • Else Kling was often compared to J.R. Ewing.
  • Their concerts were often compared to those of Jimi Hendrix.

often accompanied

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E.g.
  • Low tone is often accompanied by breathy voice.
  • Bistability is often accompanied by hysteresis.
  • The "ingénue" is often accompanied with a romantic side plot.

often performed

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E.g.
  • It is often performed on intersex newborns.
  • Also, she has often performed in London, Wales and Germany.
  • He often performed with his wife, Eva.

not often

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E.g.
  • Answers were not often given clearly or literally.
  • It is edible, but not often collected for the table.
  • Long polysyllables are not often used in conversation.

often include

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E.g.
  • Today, the shows often include antics and multimedia effects.
  • Important holidays often include popular celebration activities.
  • Réveillons in Quebec will often include some variety of tourtière.

often given

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E.g.
  • Answers were not often given clearly or literally.
  • In fact this is often given as the definition of equality.
  • Women are often given credit for the start of the musical arts.

too often

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E.g.
  • I do not like to open it too often."
  • For example, eating one food too often makes a person lose a taste for it.
  • "You can cry wolf once too often over unrealistic threats", Jayasekera wrote.

often credited

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  • She is often credited as Kris Rundle or Kris Hamil.
  • He is often credited as one of the medium's first artists.
  • He is often credited as "Hirohiko Fukuda".

often regarded

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  • In Pakistan, Jews are often regarded as miserly.
  • He is often regarded as one of Donegal's finest ever footballers.
  • Structured programming is often regarded as "goto-less programming".

often served

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  • Lamon often served as Lincoln's private confidant.
  • Artichokes French is often served as an appetizer.
  • As with the rice, it is often served with a banana.

often more

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E.g.
  • The blacks produced were often more gray, brown or bluish.
  • The latter is often more difficult.
  • [[Parade]]s are held for a range of purposes, often more than one.

often depicted

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E.g.
  • These often depicted copper pans, game, or flowers.
  • The egg is often depicted with a serpent wound about it.
  • Koyash is often depicted as a fiery bird or a winged horse.

less often

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E.g.
  • It reaches a height of 10–15 cm (less often 25 cm).
  • It can cause severe and less often fatal strokes.
  • In addition, rebalancing of the tree occurs less often.

most often used

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E.g.
  • It is most often used as part of two other phrases:
  • The version which is most often used is located at No.
  • Rouille is most often used in the cuisine of Provence.

often very

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E.g.
  • The music is often very tough, according to Brown.
  • They do give good grip and are often very cheap.
  • Spring is often very windy and moderately rainy.

often using

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E.g.
  • Sauckel obtained new workers often using the most brutal methods.
  • Pitsuilak works in soapstone, often using female figures as subjects.
  • His paintings, mixed figurative and abstract, often using large formats.

often than not

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E.g.
  • But more often than not, the standard is compromised.
  • More often than not Coyote is a trickster, but always different.
  • The Parchamites were urban, richer, and spoke Dari more often than not.

often featured

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E.g.
  • BASE jumping is often featured in action movies.
  • "The Advent" often featured material by Sri Aurobindo.
  • Manzoni's works were often featured at Galleria Azimuth.

often uses

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E.g.
  • The bald eagle often uses this area for wintering.
  • She often uses family photographs in her practice.
  • The International Task Force often uses the port as a base.

often held

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E.g.
  • Jousts are often held in a meadow outside the city.
  • Regional, local and school level games are often held.
  • For women, the back is often held in a marked back bend.

often visited

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E.g.
  • He has often visited Japan where he is very popular.
  • The village is often visited by walkers and cyclists.
  • There he would reunite with Mozart who often visited him.

often refers

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E.g.
  • Parkland Parkland often refers to a park.
  • Mollo often refers to the main characters by their initials.
  • He often refers to his kohais with the -chan honorific (e.g.

often took

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E.g.
  • These often took place on the so-called "Vietnam Meadow".
  • (It often took decades to discern whether they succeeded.)
  • La Pira often took an even more active role in job creation.

often difficult

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E.g.
  • Transport in Cameroon is often difficult.
  • Finding and jumping to different sections was often difficult.
  • Sugar-based biopolymers are often difficult with regards to convention.

often based

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E.g.
  • His writing is often based on personal experience.
  • Diagnosis is often based on symptoms.
  • Its lyrical themes are often based on the work of famous Greek poets.

often shortened

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E.g.
  • The term is often shortened to "BiDi" or "bidi".
  • This was often shortened to "el sur grande".
  • The name of the country is often shortened to "the D.R."

often occurs

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E.g.
  • Its name often occurs at the time of the civil wars.
  • The wolf tone often occurs with the note G on the bass.
  • Death often occurs from respiratory failure.

often done

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E.g.
  • This is also often done using a plate heat exchanger.
  • It is often done between spring and summers.
  • This is often done by abortion, murder or forced suicide.

often take

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E.g.
  • Zhuang folk stories often take the form of songs.
  • However, clinical trials often take years to complete.
  • Between them these often take up a whole page.

often worked

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E.g.
  • As a child, he often worked in his father's sawmill.
  • He often worked with the actor William Bendix.
  • He often worked as envoy of his King, Rudolf.

often written

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E.g.
  • Breathy vowels are most often written etc.
  • The Books are often written by experts in their appropriate field.
  • Martin Blake has been often written in public history and local annals".

often mentioned

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E.g.
  • the axiom of choice is often mentioned when used.
  • One of Arnold's often mentioned brothers.
  • King often mentioned Jennings as one of biggest influences.

often the case

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E.g.
  • This is often the case for many precedents that have been set in the common law.
  • This is often the case if it is a rescue survey, but less common in a regular survey.
  • It is evident that the victimized woman has no voice, as is often the case with rape.

often only

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E.g.
  • In tombs, pottery is often only sketched out schematically.
  • Those available, meanwhile, can often only be purchased at great expense.
  • Thus diagnostic terms often only reflect a symptom or set of symptoms (syndrome).

quite often

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E.g.
  • They are also quite often kept as pets by locals.
  • Such recalls once occurred quite often.
  • The letters ⟨e⟩ and ⟨r⟩ are also quite often found in ligature.

often required

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E.g.
  • An email account is often required to create an account.
  • Electrical engineers are often required on major science projects.
  • Labor-intensive periodic maintenance is often required to inspect indicators.

often includes

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E.g.
  • Vernacular theatre of various types often includes music.
  • This often includes rallying around the country's leader.
  • Night entertainment often includes bands, djs and themed parties.

often taken

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E.g.
  • Hilbert spaces are often taken over the complex numbers.
  • This is often taken as the "time" at which the CMB formed.
  • A decision is often taken at the end of the oral proceedings.

often portrayed

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E.g.
  • He is often portrayed with a bird, typically in his hand.
  • Therefore, the reverse of common practices was often portrayed.
  • His usual swear word is "Sacrebleu", and he is often portrayed as a thief.

often contain

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E.g.
  • The eggsac will often contain 100-140 spiderlings.
  • Their main borders often contain kufic ornaments.
  • Equations often contain terms other than the unknowns.

often involved

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E.g.
  • Many wounds were open fractures and often involved damage to bones.
  • For example, flavin and heme cofactors are often involved in redox reactions.
  • Throughout the series, Rose and she are often involved in the same activities.

often thought

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E.g.
  • A full moon is often thought of as an event of a full night's duration.
  • He often thought about going to New York and selling books on the street.
  • Memory is often thought of as consisting of both a long-term and short-term store.

often employed

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E.g.
  • Stemmeries often employed African-American laborers.
  • The use of a calibrator is often employed in immunoassays.
  • In North America, Holsteiners are often employed as top-quality show hunters.

often simply

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E.g.
  • The logging system is often simply a personal computer.
  • They are eaten in any variety of ways, often simply boiled and served with butter.
  • Non-logical axioms are often simply referred to as "axioms" in mathematical discourse.

often appeared

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E.g.
  • She often appeared on "Tonight with Vincent Browne".
  • Gabriel has often appeared in Blumhouse Productions films.
  • She often appeared in westerns, musicals, and, occasionally, dramas.

often appear

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E.g.
  • They often appear as many as three to six per page.
  • Her essays often appear in Purpleclover.com.
  • For example, mountains in the distance often appear blue.

often combined

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E.g.
  • These two systems of classification are often combined.
  • These two identities are often combined, e.g.
  • These titles are often combined with lower titles, e.g.

often sold

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E.g.
  • In the United States, it is often sold as Parmesan.
  • The coffee varieties are often sold both hot and cold.
  • It is typically hand-made, and often sold by street vendors.

work often

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E.g.
  • Her work often deals with feminist issues.
  • Geller's video work often featured herself as a performer.
  • Her work often consists of installations.

often attributed

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E.g.
  • It is most often attributed to Agoracritos.
  • A feature often attributed to the aurochs is blond forehead hairs.
  • (This prediction often attributed by the hoax writer to Bill Gates.)

often led

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E.g.
  • Periodic droughts and subsequent famines often led to war.
  • It is still today the end of pilgrimages, often led by feet.
  • The differing approaches to social work often led to heated debates.

now often

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E.g.
  • The canals are now often used for fishing competitions.
  • It is now often ranked among the all-time best TV shows.
  • Designs are now often produced with the aid of CAD software.

often feature

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E.g.
  • These districts often feature in works of fiction.
  • Orchestral themes and minimalist songs often feature.
  • Her paintings often feature depictions of legs.

often leads

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E.g.
  • This often leads to impunity for perpetrators.
  • This behavior often leads to them being eaten by cats.
  • This often leads to a deep sense of isolation from others.

often do not

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E.g.
  • The flowers often do not open widely and lean downwards.
  • Compact and notebook keyboards often do not have a dedicated key.
  • , systems for reporting wrongdoing by editors often do not exist.

often did

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E.g.
  • He often did not know his part and resorted to gagging.
  • he often did their first introductions to the public on stage.
  • Offspring often did not contain seeds, and was therefore sterile.

often quoted

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E.g.
  • He was often quoted as saying "The king is "my" patron."
  • Delaroche is often quoted as saying 'from today, painting is dead'.
  • The NATO Reporting Name for the Duga-1 is often quoted as STEEL YARD.

often mistaken

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E.g.
  • It is often mistaken as a Green Day cover version.
  • For example, Bwamba fever is often mistaken for malaria.
  • King Charles Spaniels are often mistaken for Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.

often shown

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E.g.
  • He is often shown with the horned crown of divinity.
  • Reduplication is often shown with a tilde.
  • Mary was often shown as a much smaller figure than her mother.

people often

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E.g.
  • Following use people often feel depressed and tired.
  • Thus people often turn to experts for help.
  • Mr. Rockola added the hyphen because people often mispronounced his name.

often appears

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E.g.
  • As a visual pun, a goat often appears on bock labels.
  • She often appears with a raven's head and a female body.
  • The patch often appears blue.

often applied

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E.g.
  • For this reason they are often applied as pigments.
  • The FTCS method is often applied to diffusion problems.
  • Receptor and voltage-gated channel antagonists are often applied (i.e.

how often

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E.g.
  • These patterns are the reference to how often the desired behavior actually occurs.
  • For those who did report seeing these LF, how often they saw them varied across reports.
  • Experience is awarded based on how often the player uses certain characters or Personas.

often refer

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E.g.
  • Its opponents often refer to it as "trickle-down economics".
  • Fans often refer to it as "Wall of Dolls" due to the cover artwork.
  • Nutritionists often refer to carbohydrates as either simple or complex.

often results

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E.g.
  • Being entangled also often results in severe lacerations and ulcers.
  • However over-exploitation often results in a Hubbert peak nonetheless.
  • Hypokalemia often results.

often overlooked

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E.g.
  • The Anzac and Turkish positions often overlooked each other.
  • Although often overlooked, thousands of women fought during the Battle of Adwa alongside men.
  • The Post-WWII and Cold War eras were a pivotal and often overlooked period in feminist SF history.

often involves

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E.g.
  • Pairing often involves some level of user interaction.
  • Basson often involves diners in the "flipping ceremony" at tableside.
  • Symphonic repertoire often involves separate parts for trumpet and cornet.

often make

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E.g.
  • Also DVD reviewers often make mention of this cause.
  • They often make loud calls that are audible to humans.
  • In the 1990s, Bowie was often make phone call with Whately.

often criticized

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E.g.
  • Procedurals are often criticized for being .
  • He often criticized the Centre Party for being too left-wing.
  • Redstockings' line on gay men and lesbians is often criticized as homophobic.

often identified

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E.g.
  • Sülde Tngri is most often identified with Genghis Khan.
  • Hence logically equivalent sentences are often identified.
  • However, the term is often identified with the philosophical views of Sartre.

often placed

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E.g.
  • Sacrificial offerings are often placed within the temple.
  • Warning signs are often placed on such roads to warn traffic.
  • Noble families often placed younger sons at Dueholm for a time.

often occur

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E.g.
  • They often occur together with "Trivia monacha".
  • These spheres often occur on different scales.
  • Traffic accidents often occur on the road.

often present

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E.g.
  • Suitable instructions are often present in large code.
  • A Royal Navy guard ship is often present at the event.
  • Cystidia are often present in the hymenium.

often left

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E.g.
  • They often left their villages to hunt buffalo.
  • She was often left in the care of her maternal grandmother Judith, Hon.
  • They can smell carcasses that are often left by polar bears anywhere from 10–40 km.

often takes

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E.g.
  • She often takes sides with the women in huests' domestic disputes.
  • Digital divide often takes place among specific racial lines as well.
  • The viewing often takes place on one or two evenings before the funeral.

often expressed

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E.g.
  • Strong views are often expressed about anal sex.
  • A gradient is often expressed as a percentage.
  • This motif is often expressed as Cys-X2-Cys-X4-His-X4-Cys.

often translated

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E.g.
  • The name is also often translated as "Hill of the Ōō Bird".
  • (often translated as "Pshit" or "Shittr!"
  • Japanese has copulae that are most often translated as the "to be" verb of English.

often treated

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E.g.
  • Neurapraxia is often treated and cured by non-operative means.
  • There are two subspecies, often treated in the past as separate species.
  • The species is often treated as a subspecies of "Pseudochazara anthelea".

still often

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E.g.
  • It is still often seen as a plastic or wooden toy.
  • These items can still often be found for sale at auction.
  • ), is still often reproduced by some international media.
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