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infrequently adv. 很少发生地;稀少地

infrequent adj. 罕见的;稀少的;珍贵的;不频发的

  • Might not earthquakes simply be too expensive, and too mercifully infrequent, a problem to be worth poor countries doing very much about?

    ECONOMIST: The Kashmir earthquake

  • Elections are infrequent and, as a previous brief in this series noted, political parties can be vague about their governing intentions.

    ECONOMIST: POLITICS BRIEF

  • As a result, in sports where the inherent demands limits its athletes to an infrequent competition schedule, there existed a very real possibility that unless a trip to the U.K. proved particularly fruitful, it could yield more in U.K. tax than it did in winnings.

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  • Catholic blogger The Anchoress asked a couple of younger infrequent church-goers what they thought.

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  • Their reasoning: Mac viruses are infrequent enough that they are not a problem for them to deal with.

    FORBES: Imbibing Macs in the Enterprise

  • He goes on to describe how they would tweak gameplay to maximize revenue before fun, making item drops more infrequent to frustrate players into spending a couple of bucks to advance their game.

    FORBES: Former Zynga Engineer Trashes His Old Company

  • As Mr Vedral points out, it says that an unexpected, infrequent event contains much more information than a more regular happening.

    ECONOMIST: Information theory

  • Aha delivers a user-friendly experience requiring infrequent smartphone software updates, with in-vehicle content and channel access updating simply and automatically throughout the vehicle life.

    ENGADGET: Honda announces its HondaLink infotainment system, teams up with Aha Radio for the festivities

  • Issuers prefer staleness for "stability's" sake, and rating agencies are happy to stick with a business model that relies on infrequent rating revisions to minimize costs.

    FORBES

  • After decades of expensive and infrequent space travel we seem to be at the cusp of a new generation of much less expensive and faster growing commercial space transportation options.

    FORBES: Private Space Transportation Reaching New Heights

  • Today, U.S. troops are allowed off the base only on infrequent "cultural tours" or for organized community service, such as a recent effort to refurbish a school near the base.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Rebasing -- and Reequipping -- for Transformation

  • The prudent use of coastal development setbacks or establishing a safe distance between buildings and the active beach zone can ensure that space is provided for a beach to move naturally, both during normal events and infrequent hurricanes, thereby ensuring the beach is conserved for all to enjoy and that coastal infrastructure remains intact.

    UNESCO: Introduction

  • For me, as a journalist and a resolute CSR practitioner, it is indeed heartening to see that those small, infrequent attempts are now becoming frequent analogies and commentaries within the circles of mainstream media.

    FORBES: Why It's Time the Media Created Some Shared Value

  • While athletes who compete regularly throughout the year with only limited events located within the U.K., such as Spanish-league soccer players, benefited from a low allocation percentage, this methodology served to disproportionately punish those athletes who competed on an infrequent basis.

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