But only a combination of aggressive reform and growth can help reduce the underlying factors that feed the intermittent panics.
Internet access is intermittent on proxy servers and he had to send this to me in pieces.
intermittent, torrential rain showers turned the rutted, cratered road into a bog of red mud.
This approach, known as intermittent fasting, favors long periods with no food.
To learn more about the intermittent fasting diets discussed in this article, visit The 8-Hour Diet and The Fast Diet.
She puzzled a little during the intermittent processes of undressing, over why she had let him go like that.
According to his observations and those of the nurse there was an intermittent coma.
You chew betel-nut and listen, content, to the intermittent soft drip from the ends of the severed neck arteries.
The discipline of the national schools was slack, intermittent, and of short reach.
At first faint and intermittent, it grew louder, and continuous, and came close.
intermittent in·ter·mit·tent (ĭn'tər-mĭt'nt)
Stopping and starting at intervals.
Marked by intervals of complete quietude occurring between two periods of activity.