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Because the Brood X periodical cicadas appear only every 17 years, we lack the historical data needed to finely calibrate our predictions.Abnormally chilly weather to hover over D.C., may delay cicada outburst|Jason Samenow|May 6, 2021|Washington Post
For most of their lives — either 13 or 17 years, depending on the type — periodical cicadas are out of sight, residing underground and slurping up fluid from tree roots.Cicada Brood X’s legacy: Bird babies and well-fertilized trees|Benji Jones|April 16, 2021|Vox
The phrase comes from an interview Neel gave to the communist periodical the Daily Worker in 1950.Alice Neel was the greatest American portraitist of the 20th century. Her work continues to astonish.|Sebastian Smee|March 25, 2021|Washington Post
Meccano magazine, a periodical that published Meccano instructions and advice for “Meccano boys,” regularly featured technical devices made by grown-ups with Meccano components.Toys Are the Future of Philosophy - Issue 93: Forerunners|Jonathon Keats|December 9, 2020|Nautilus
Modern Huntsman is a beautiful periodical filled with quality writing and photography.
What the Tea Party needed was its own periodical, he concluded.
His paper commenced in March, 1803, in the 15th year of the colony, and was the first Australian periodical.
The celebrated Kepler discovered his canon for the periodical motion of the planets.
And at the foot of the same page there is a note in which it is stated that this "was probably some periodical paper of 1767."
They had also periodical conferences in London for a week at a time, at which they formulated a common policy.English Poor Law Policy|Sidney Webb
He often took part in debates in parliament, and was a frequent contributor to periodical literature.