episodic

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of writing or narration

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occurring or appearing at usually irregular intervals

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limited in duration to a single episode

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Thirty-one patients received 5 mg/kg infliximab maintenance therapy every eight weeks and 27 patients were re-treated only episodically upon relapse.
These macro industry changes only episodically enter the lives of hospital employees and medical staff.
Dune growth in both areas began during the Nippissing high stand, continued episodically for 2,000 to 3,000 years, and was followed by an extended period of stability, and ended within the last 1,000 years.
If the association of war and hunting was only reinforced episodically, certainly the association of certain masculine qualities with hunting presented an enduring source of appeal.
These include black holes that lie at the center of distant galaxies and episodically swallow nearby matter.
Therefore, many urban youths counted neither as "in school" nor "at work" were actually working, though episodically, when work was available, or as their families required.
The minimum rates for Ontong Java and common rates for other large igneous provinces are thus comparable to emplacement rates for "normal" oceanic crust, but one must bear in mind that LIPs are produced only episodically within limited regions of Earth's surface.
These cobbles episodically delivered to the shoreline, every 20 years or so, are what form the surf break," said Dave Skelly a coastal engineer who has made careful studies of that stretch of beach.
After a year, 41% of the patients in the chronic-treatment group were recurrence free, compared with 3% of the patients who were treated episodically The average time to first recurrence was 4.
Thirty-two Short Films About Glenn Gould (Francois Girard, 1993) No finer proof that the best biopics unfold episodically by emotional themes rather than linear narrative.
In this scenario, resurfacing would happen episodically, each time the lithosphere collapsed.
MEGA Series content is designed to be played simultaneously with streaming video and delivered episodically over time, providing a real-time immersive experience for fans.
In particular, pictures in friezelike formats could only be organized episodically, which even at their best, as in Number 2, 1949, gives them a disappointing blandness.
During the last 700,000 years, Earth's climate has swung episodically between relatively warm times like the present and generally colder periods when thick ice sheets spread over the northern parts of America, Europe and Asia.
A key aspect of the DTN is its ability to communicate opportunistically using episodically or intermittently available links.