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I meet him from time to time.

Remember me from time to time.

They visit us from time to time.

He wrote to me from time to time.

She calls on me from time to time.

Come and see me from time to time.

He still rings me from time to time.

She comes to see me from time to time.

I go to the library from time to time.

He dropped in on us from time to time.

My dad drops in on me from time to time.

Please come to see me from time to time.

My son came to see me from time to time.

I meet him at the club from time to time.

I still think about her from time to time.

My daughter came to see me from time to time.

We are bound to make mistakes from time to time.

Everyone has domestic troubles from time to time.

My uncle comes to see me from time to time.

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My sister and I go to the movies from time to time.

I have a friend to correspond with from time to time.

I still correspond with an old friend of mine from time to time.

You should have your cholesterol level checked from time to time.

He still writes novels from time to time, but not as often as he used to.

It’s nice to sip and savour drinks other than beer as well from time to time.

I like to have a deep conversation with a more academic person from time to time.

My compost is divided into two separate bins so I can turn it over from time to time.

Alcohol is actually not bad for your health if you drink small amounts from time to time.

The lion was snoozing in the tree, only opening an eye from time to time to scan for trouble.

The actors have just started rehearsing, so they still have to refer to the script from time to time.

Dana is very fond of her new little brother, but still gets a little jealous of him from time to time.

He always cheats on exams, he writes the answers on a sheet of paper that he peeks at from time to time.

He always cheats on his tests, he writes the answers on a sheet of paper that he peeks at from time to time.

When filling positions which come open from time to time, we generally give preference to internal applicants.

I’d rather be naïve, and be taken advantage of from time to time than be cynical about everything, and trust no one.

During the language lab, I will be listening in on what you’re doing from time to time in order to monitor your progress.

Tidiness is really important to my roommate, but I don’t mind if our apartment gets a little out of order from time to time.

Thomas Jefferson once said that the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.

Thomas Jefferson maintained that the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.

The students’ punctuality improved significantly once I started giving surprise quizzes from time to time at the beginning of class.

My late husband’s love letters to me are very precious, and I keep them in a box in my room so that I can read them from time to time.

From time to time, as crabs grow, their shells become too small, and must be discarded.

They then have a new soft shell underneath which slowly hardens over a period of a couple of days.

He brought his hobby to work, running banh mi specials from time to time.

Asmadiredja emails her children from time to time, but they do not respond.

Not in the way that all governments lie from time to time, but pathologically.

We meet from time to time these days when I need to ask him something important.

What I’m trying to say is that from time to time, they’ll exhibit certain symptoMs.
If you absolutely want to store local content, clean up your phone from time to time.

From time to time he will rearrange songs so that some notes are one or two octaves lower.

And wouldn’t you know it, business leaders are certainly known to do that from time to time.

The plucky Yankees hit the ball hard from time to time, but usually right at Toronto players.

She now runs a cake shop in Wakefield, and still crops up in the showbiz news from time to time.

It’s certainly stolen from pharmacies or intercepted on the way to pharmacies from time to time.

674478 The 1140 AM signal, which CBC broadcasts from in Sydney, is problematic from time to time.

Now, from time to time, we’ll also be publishing their recommended deals on some of their top picks.

While I think these things have happened from time to time, they’re certainly not common, Combs said.

Eventually, I stopped incessantly contacting him, yet I still tried to get answers from time to time.

We all have to make compromises from time to time, including the male photographers I am working with.

In other cases it is “fragmentary” or supplied from time to time, as where a guarantee is given to secure the balance of a running account at a bank, for goods supplied When the consideration is “entire”, the guarantee runs on through the duration of the lease and is irrevocable.