regular recurrence

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Synonyms for regular recurrence

recurring at regular intervals

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Her critiques of earlier theories are apt and engagingly presented, but their regular recurrence can at times give the book a slightly hectoring tone.
If there is to be a regular recurrence of the events mentioned, should the council not engage more fully in public debate about the propriety of what looks almost like a shanty town on one of our very few car parks in Penarth.
Congress, along with the American public, is wondering what our financial accounting regulators have been doing to prevent a regular recurrence of these crises.
It also allows you to schedule tasks for regular recurrence, such as planning your next typing lesson.
Not content to leave even the most obvious pedagogical point unexamined, Weisberg begins Chapter 1 by stating that "rhythm is a regular recurrence of strong and weak beats.