Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
I remember he wound up with my health proposed in a speech of small variety and considerable intermittence.
At the start, the company experienced different problems with the devices they provided, when their users experienced many disconnections and intermittence during conversations.
Nonverbally, emotional tyranny is practiced through the intensity, duration, and intermittence of emotional displays.
The drizzly, dirty rain had quickened after a tantalizing intermittence, fouling the windshield and making the road surface treacherous.
'Perhaps it is only an intermittence du coeur, no more.'
He watched the dancing intermittence of the Lotus Elan's lights through the trees as it turned from the track on to the road and accelerated smoothly.
But Marilynne Robinson, whose last (and first) novel, "Housekeeping," appeared in 1981, seems to have the kind of sensibility that is sanguine about intermittence.
David Cunningham, a Glass scholar, writes that the intermittence of Glass's "Knee Plays" amongst the opera's four acts, serves as a "constant motif in the whole work".
Thus Turner has written that the sporadic appearance of trade unionism arose not from the absence of collective association but from the "intermittence" of the actual need for collective action".
Hawaiian Electric Co. (HECO) is implementing a two-year pilot project to test the ability of an ADR program to respond to the intermittence of wind power.
Yet they required special atmosphere to breathe, like the Bellatrixians, and constantly imbibed liquid - surely to fill their fluid eyeball sacs - and consumed and excreted in rapid intermittence all manner of solids.
The sound of Michael Jackson in the other bar mingled with the mournful intermittence of the glass-cleaning machine in this one to create an aural ambience which perfectly matched the elderly paintwork in its dinginess.
"To cope with such intermittence by both nuclear and centralized fossil-fuelled power plants, utilities must install a "reserve margin" of roughly 15% extra capacity, some of which must be continuously fuelled, spinning ready for instant use.
In 1753 he issued a physiological comment on Solano's prognostics from the pulse (dicrotism, intermittence, &c.), an account of which had been brought to England by Dr. Nihell, physician to the English factory at Madrid.
Depending on the energy lacks and surplus (e.g. due to power plant failures or to intermittence in the case of wind power installations), the TSO determines the penalties that will be paid by IPPs who missed in their obligations.
There is no reason they should not be massively increased in scope  to cope with even the intermittence introduced by wind power, which would in fact be less than the intermittence already inherent due to the unreliability of large power stations.
Mr. Shattuck, drawing on an impressive degree of erudition, shows some of the sources of Proust's deliberation on these deep flaws in human nature, and he links those flaws to another concept, which Proust called "intermittence," the inability of people to be all of themselves at any given time.