Definition of Intermittences

1. Noun. (plural of intermittence) ¹



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Definition of Intermittences

1. intermittence [n] - See also: intermittence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intermittences

intermingling
interminglings
interminiband
intermining
interministerial
intermise
intermission
intermissionless
intermissions
intermissive
intermit
intermitotic
intermits
intermitted
intermittence
intermittences (current term)
intermittencies
intermittency
intermittent
intermittent acute porphyria
intermittent albuminuria
intermittent arthralgia
intermittent claudication
intermittent cramp
intermittent explosive disorder
intermittent haemoglobinuria
intermittent lake
intermittent lakes
intermittent malarial fever
intermittent mandatory ventilation

Literary usage of Intermittences

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1. Le Soldat Impérial (1800-1814) by Jean Morvan (1904)
"Les armées des camps sont payées ; les troupes à l'étranger ne touchent leur solde que par intermittences. — La solde manque au début de l'an XIV. ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1875)
"The best characterized cardiac intermittences ; the most painful to the patient; ... Cardiac intermittences, which depend upon a primary or secondary ..."

3. The Chances of Death, and Other Studies in Evolution by Karl Pearson (1897)
"Ten other numbers were so close to the total that they ranged from 5 Now the proper number of intermittences for 30576 red and black throws is 7644, ..."

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