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There aren't many publications geared to niche markets such as the one we serve, but every so often you and others come up with timely articles that inspire us to keep reading.
If we take a U-turn to those old days when I was at school, we had a doctor and nurse who came every so often for all the children to have a medical.
Her friend's comment was telling, "After awhile, you don't really see what your children look like, but every so often it's like returning to your home after a very long vacation, and you can see it again for the very first time."
The club would do well to actually update the ticket page on the website every so often so those supporters who do want to 'cherry pick' their games actually know when tickets are out.
We have a girls-only party every so often in our village.
Every so often my wife Ann, or I will keep a greeting card we receive: a special birthday or anniversary card from a dear friend, a handmade card from one of our nephews, or a card that is uniquely beautiful or touching.
Russ Stratton, the film's coproducer, says, "Every so often, a novel comes along that not only strikes a strong dramatic and historical chord, but that allows us to look at ourselves through a long lens of incredible wisdom.
EVERY SO OFTEN, someone or something comes along so far apart from the current trends that it stirs souls, makes girls cry, and causes fake tasters to wet their pants.
Every so often a heavy clunk echoes like ghostly machinery, while the sound of a radio picking up indecipherable noise starts on the sound track as the camera enters the buildings, as if it might animate the signs of life found there.
Every so often, the team substituted a cobalt or a manganese ion for an aluminum ion and replaced a phosphate ion with a silicon ion.
EVERY so often a new bike comes along that rewrites the rule books and this Suzuki is scribbling harder than J K Rowling, writes PAUL MYLES.