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For if it happened that an individual, even when asleep, had some very distinct idea, as, for example, if a geometer should discover some new demonstration, the circumstance of his being asleep would not militate against its truth; and as for the most ordinary error of our dreams, which consists in their representing to us various objects in the same way as our external senses, this is not prejudicial, since it leads us very properly to suspect the truth of the ideas of sense; for we are not infrequently deceived in the same manner when awake; as when persons in the jaundice see all objects yellow, or when the stars or bodies at a great distance appear to us much smaller than they are.
When we are isolated and poor, we are not infrequently forgotten.
No member of the party was at that period aware that entire or unopened mummies are not infrequently met.
Behind his back she not infrequently referred to him as a 'gaby'; sometimes even as that 'guffin'.
Unlike the rest of us, however, in this as in all else, Raffles would not infrequently allow the acquisitive spirit of the mere collector to silence the dictates of professional prudence.
We have a fridge in our village hall which is used very infrequently. Is it more energy efficient to leave it on or turn it off when not in use?
The "Items per page" selection will be removed from the top of the results page because it is infrequently used by searchers.
It usually originates in the parotid gland; the minor salivary glands and the upper respiratory tract are involved only infrequently. We describe a case of acinic cell carcinoma of the posterior wall of the pharynx in a 21-year-old woman.
I own and shoot numerous handguns, so I buy your magazine, 'tho infrequently. I picked up an issue at the base exchange and was reading along when I got to a story ("Unlikely Allies," Guncrank Diaries, May/June 2014) by someone going by the name of John Connor, who happens to have a huge, muscled sidekick with a Germanic accent?
They play infrequently, as in every couple of years, but when I caught them it was one of the best shows I'd seen in a while.
But, he said that unfortunately, these conditions are also those most likely to give rise to poor detection rates, adding that in our research, when observers infrequently encountered fake IDs, they failed to catch approximately 45 percent of them, even when given multiple opportunities to correct their errors.
Storage Made Easy's customers can now move infrequently used data from more than 35+ clouds to take advantage of Amazon Glacier's extremely low price per gigabyte monthly cost.
CenterBeam's new infrastructure also enables its customers to store large amounts of infrequently used data to maintain high performance of mission-critical applications.
The twitches typically occur randomly and infrequently, lasting anything from a few hours to a few days.
Dr Leo Donnelly, anatomy lecturer at Durham University, said: "It's difficult to put figures on how rare something like this is - it happens so infrequently it's not worth counting.