A court formerly held in some English cities and still held infrequently in London.
AS far AS anyone knew, CJD wAS just a biochemical fluke, a diseASe that strikes randomly and infrequently all over the world
The dearest object to a married man should BE his wife but it is not infrequently her clothes.
She not infrequently stopped at the parsonage, and had a few minutes' conversation with Charlotte, but was scarcely ever prevailed on to get out
The dear object to a marry man shall be his wife but it is not infrequently heR clothes.
NOT infrequently the clouds began to gather, and there was every sign that a change was at hand.
When WE are isolated and poor, WE are not infrequently forgotten
consonants which occur infrequently are given more points--K is worth three points, X eight and Z ten
among pricing objectives, maximizing profits is a logical goal, but one that is infrequently used.
Not infrequently does the Company take on good-record graduates