How To Use Occasionally In A Sentence

  • But if you want voluminous leaf production during summer, you may want to fertigate it occasionally. Gardening Without Irrigation: or without much, anyway
  • And why do his eyes occasionally appear to glow red, like those of a replicant? Times, Sunday Times
  • Chickadees called occasionally, but never titmice.
  • He never complained, except when he occasionally slipped on muddy cobblestones.
  • A log cabin, and, occasionally, a stable and corn-crib, and a field of a dozen acres, the timber girdled or "deadened," and fenced, are enough for his occupancy. The Frontier in American History
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  • Made chiefly from riveted stainless steel and copper sheeting, these free-standing works are occasionally complemented with wood.
  • The path follows the river closely, occasionally deviating round a clump of trees.
  • The river up which we came after leaving the Helmund, is fully equal to that in size; it is very rapid: the ravine is very narrow, occasionally widening into swardy spots. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • A compelling storyteller with many voices lyric, operatic and diaristic, Ms. Snyder is often provocative; occasionally didactic or off-key. The Lady of the Wild Things
  • Personally, I don't wear separates, but one can wear them occasionally to freshen their style and wardrobe, with a whole new casual yet elegant look.
  • Not that I'm denigrating the effort - I'm good for a few quid once I've got a few beers in me later tonight - but the enforced jollity does occasionally grate.
  • He's a committed vegetarian who occasionally gives in to cravings for lamb.
  • Caesarian deliveries were occasionally performed in the Middle Ages, but carried with them connotations of the devil, as the child would be not of woman born.
  • Life is just like an old time rail journey ... delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders, and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling bursts of speed. The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride. Gordon B. Hinckley 
  • Occasionally, courts admitted shopbooks as evidence but the exception normally was narrowly applied to circumstances in which the scrivener was not available to testify.
  • Large packs of black matted mastiffs prowl the streets for scraps, occasionally breaking into fights of heart-stopping ferocity.
  • They talked occasionally of planting colonies, but were diverted by the war.
  • Both as a pointer to the future and as a spectacle in its own right, the Championships have produced a quality of football that had at least one viewer occasionally leaping from his armchair to applaud the action.
  • Occasionally when we are short-staffed we have to pull people away from monitoring.
  • Farmers occasionally plow up old Indian relics.
  • Advancing age has occasionally brought resolution, more often just a little understanding, to many of these riddles, but not necessarily to the resilient ambiguity of history.
  • They had tiffed occasionally, and broken off the friendship, and once I believe returned letters. Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great
  • Occasionally, the author appears to overreach his material to draw premature conclusions.
  • He seemed to have something to prove, and this occasionally meant his guitar would drown out the vocals or prolong a tune.
  • It is considered very polite to occasionally select a choice morsel for the person sitting beside you or to place it on his or her plate.
  • The most common bird of prey is the kestrel, which feeds chiefly on rodents such as mice and voles but will occasionally take small birds, beetles, small frogs, etc.
  • It lives subtidally (from the high water mark, which is rarely inundated, to shoreline areas that are permanently submerged), or occasionally intertidally (the area that is exposed to the air at low tide and underwater at high tide). CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • The smaller of its hands occasionally slipped round on the pivot, and thus, though the minutes were told with precision, nobody could be quite certain of the hour they belonged to.
  • he was arrogant and occasionally callous
  • We took our station at the top of a rich Persian's house, opposite a spacious esplanade and contiguous to a large pagoda; in the centre of the esplanade was fixed a capstern, with a pole about sixty feet long, which was fixed so as to be occasionally raised or lowered. Narrative of a Voyage to India; of a Shipwreck on board the Lady Castlereagh; and a Description of New South Wales
  • All the males in one population sing the same song, but occasionally they invent an entirely new one.
  • The commentators were discussing defensive match-ups while the camera was panning over the crowd, occasionally stopping on a celebrity.
  • The rest of us have an emotive connection to an act we perceive as wrong - usually guilt but occasionally anger or upset.
  • The intricate, filigree footwork - very occasionally embellished with a few ballet steps such as an entrechat - is, on its own terms, both fascinating and exciting.
  • He's not the fastest player on the books and occasionally he can be a bit casual and sometimes gets caught in possession.
  • He explained that his diet was so strict that he had to reward himself occasionally.
  • Graham consults with Lecter to a small degree in Harris's book and the doctor occasionally pops up to correspond via phone or letter with Graham.
  • The pubic hair is occasionally shaved as a play.
  • She glanced at him occasionally from beneath lowered lids.
  • Occasionally working from home adds variety to a job.
  • Occasionally, the ingestion of black licorice, lead, iron supplements, or blueberries can cause black stool and false melena.
  • She watches the kids for us occasionally.
  • There was a time in our breed history when brindles cropped up occasionally.
  • * occasionally, on colleagues 'computers running Mac OS X; nowadays, touch wood, we see this rarely but past reports include: boots up and the desktop appears but it will not open anything - all i get is the' beachball 'rotating continually. Discussions: Message List - root
  • Once out of there, they walked around, just glancing around in the stores, occasionally, Jason would ask Sarah if she wanted anything but she politely declined the offer.
  • In the meantime, I guess I'll just revel in my stickability, and occasionally I'll keep posting.
  • Occasionally rorqual skulls have been discovered in which the long lower jaws have been stuck wedged inside various of the skull openings and with their tips protruding like tusks. From cigar to elongated, bloated tadpole: rorquals part II
  • The cast does its adequate best - you can't blame the players for occasionally fumbling such leaden material.
  • For the rest of us, it has been six months of adjustment to a new family situation, tough occasionally but generally an improvement: far fewer messes to clear up, no constant vigilance on the bathroom and kitchen, much greater freedom for us to go on family outings (most often, of course, to see B up in Limburg). Six months on
  • I have found myself pacing around trying but failing to find things to do to keep my mind occupied, occasionally popping into the nursery in a fatherly manner to make sure that the useless door hinge has not failed on the tallboy.
  • Kate, Madeline's ladysmaid, floated around not really doing anything and occasionally darting angry looks in my direction.
  • Meanwhile, the fleet footed and well connected have profited from surging exports, a bubbly urban real estate market and, occasionally, government boosterism.
  • This can happen either occasionally during cell wounding or regularly during cytokinesis and meiosis.
  • Reaction product of acid phosphatase is localized primarily in the small vacuoles, and occasionally in the dictyosome cisternae and vesicles of the golgi body.
  • Occasionally users still require their data on magnetic tape and so this facility remains available.
  • Two bars offer brisk service, and the bartenders will occasionally let you order up to four tiny drinks at a time, with rum, gin, vodka and rye on the menu.
  • It is also a widespread constituent of a variety of igneous and metamorphic rocks and is occasionally found in pegmatites and in related veins marginal to igneous rock units ranging from granite to diabase.
  • Farmers occasionally plough up old Indian relics.
  • Spanish moss, hanging from low branches, occasionally scraped the top of the car.
  • The frustrating part for the Scots is that the Czechs, while occasionally slick in attack, appeared glaringly vulnerable in defence. Strikerless Scotland's negative approach is punished by Czechs
  • There is something in the air that silences everybody, even small children, as they pass either side of the catafalque, occasionally glancing upwards at the four statues of Saxon kings and the 12 th century roof.
  • I am occasionally allowed fill-in weeks of teaching at his father's school, but I like the man none the more. THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING
  • Exhausted and semi-conscious, my peripheral awareness of a sort of beige abyss was occasionally punctuated by explosions of extreme color.
  • Husband and wife should switch roles occasionally.
  • The kanda batata shaak (onion potato vegetable) was practically a daily feature and was occasionally replaced by reengan batata kanda shaak.
  • Dad would occasionally break in with an amusing comment.
  • Shake up your menu occasionally, and scour supermarket shelves for flavorful extras.
  • Additionally, lamproites may contain leucite, richterite, sanidine, and occasionally nepheline, whereas kimberlites do not.
  • Anaxagoras compounded this heresy by alleging that the stars were insensate bodies as well, stones carried in orbit by the rapid movement of the heavens and that occasionally a stone might detach itself to become a falling star.
  • Burt's dry wit has, however, occasionally got him into hot water, especially among more literal-minded listeners.
  • The mid-afternoon sun shone down from a sky only occasionally enlivened by the odd fluffy cloud.
  • I have thought it, for example, not humane to variegate the text of an Anthology with despairing obeli: and occasionally I have covered up an indubitable lacuna by artifices which I trust may pass undetected by the general reader and unreproved by the charitable critic. Preface
  • Operating a cash-poor shamus practice in Edinburgh, occasionally bringing along his precocious daughter from a broken marriage, Brodie is clearly more of a doer than a brooder. Matt's Guide to Weekend TV: Walking Dead, Case Histories and More!
  • At a time when most vintage warplanes have retired to a quiet life on display in drafty museums, 65-year-old Fifi is embarking on a new mission: giving rides to paying enthusiasts and once again making the air-show rounds, which occasionally feature a simulated atomic-bomb attack. Owners of the Last B-29 Hope It Doesn
  • When she had approached near, I filled the main-topsail, and continued to yaw the ship, while she continued to come down, wearing occasionally to prevent her passing under our stern. The Medallic History of the United States of America 1776-1876
  • We occasionally though rarely see something of this kind in plants: thus the embryonic leaves of the ulex or furze, and the first leaves of the phyllodineous acaceas, are pinnate or divided like the ordinary leaves of the leguminosae. On the Origin of Species~ Chapter 13 (historical)
  • When I'm in the area, I'll occasionally duck into the place to have a beer.
  • Living and working in London you become accustomed to freaks, weirdos and nutters wandering about doing their own thing and occasionally dragging normal people into random conversations.
  • Campus staff occasionally rowed out to the lake centre in a wooden boat to spread fish food more evenly onto the lake surface.
  • Mehmet II, who collected Christian relics and occasionally watched a Christian service, even revived the Oecumenical patriarchate, the senior see of Orthodox Christianity.
  • Nestling next to the ladies of the night were several mustached, glazed-eyed Afghan men who occasionally took unsteady steps onto a makeshift dance floor to bust some surprisingly graceful traditional moves. The Longest War
  • A lot of folks might prefer to stay home on a pleasant Sunday afternoon and engage in armchair activism from the comfort of their own homes and cocoons, occasionally talking back to the cable news networks or commenting on a blog. Cynthia Boaz: A Reality (and Sanity) Check for Progressives- Speech to Petaluma Progressive Festival
  • Occasionally, I add 3 drops of cedarwood to this blend which brings it down a little. 2.
  • Before, she constantly needed anti-inflammatory drugs and occasionally narcotic pain medication.
  • It might not be a bad idea to review your own favorite phrases and expressions occasionally and replace them with fresh variations.
  • Their three-guitar lineup produced a wall of overlapping sound, immersing the audience in impassioned songs mostly about love, and occasionally hate.
  • A 23 year old woman was referred by her general practitioner with multiple, unsightly lesions on her right pinna, which occasionally discharged pus.
  • Quite common are northern bur-reed Sparganium hyperboreum, small pondweed Potamogeton pusillus ssp. groenlandicus, dwarf water-crowfoot Ranunculus confervoides and occasionally awlwort Subularia aquatica, which only blooms if the pond is totally desiccated (where the mudworm Limosella aquatica also thrives). Ilulissat Icefjord, Denmark-Greenland
  • The generally poor and occasionally atrocious quality of the writing doesn't help.
  • The captain paced restlessly up and down, pausing occasionally to survey the vagrant smoke wisps and to trace them back to the portions of the deck from which they sprang. THE SEED OF McCOY
  • For lip color in pots, remember to swipe the tops with a tissue occasionally to keep them clean.
  • The landscape was dark, occasionally lit up with a flash of lightning.
  • In person, with her long hair down, Guerin is chatty, friendly, occasionally chuckling.
  • He was the only subordinate Lysenko occasionally patted on the back. COVER STORY
  • These and the hedgerows drifted in and out with the ebb and flow of the firelight, but the two piebald horses were too far away to be seen, although they could be heard occasionally, blowing and stamping.
  • A sesamoid bone is occasionally contained within the tendon of the triceps muscle proximal to the olecranon.
  • They swayed with the motion of the moving car, occasionally glancing around at the other passengers.
  • He noticed a phrase that was occasionally repeated throughout the book: Do not arouse or awaken Love until it so desires.
  • Supposedly a speciality in Naples (where it goes by the name pizzelle fritte or montanare) the pizza-maker rolls out a small portion of dough and fries it on a pan in a smattering of olive oil, occasionally covering the pan until the dough is crisped. Slice
  • Occasionally found in some knees, it is a ridge or fold of extraneous soft tissue with no known biomechanical function.
  • Very occasionally, emollient creams may sting the skin when first applied to very dry skin.
  • But Luo Zhixiang occasionally reveals the simple and honest makings, pour may also develop open shamelessly.
  • Occasionally some of the farm-wives called to her shily. Sally of Missouri
  • If the Social Democratic policy has chafed occasionally, the benefits far outweigh the vexations.
  • He was good-tempered with her, only occasionally losing patience, telling her not to be a fool. THE GOLDEN LION
  • She occasionally is insubordinate and is always insouciant.
  • Occasionally, we stepped into some sort of semi-solid substance.
  • The writers juggled a nice mix of comedy, drama and romance pretty well, only occasionally stumbling into gooey sentimentality.
  • An ascending dissection occasionally can occlude the ostium of a coronary artery and lead to myocardial infarction.
  • Occasionally, there may be some excess skin left around the scars, if this does not drop off after a few months it will need to be surgically removed.
  • Still, much to your chagrin, you find yourself occasionally tickled by the screwball antics of the likable cast of characters.
  • Occasionally, Ducros - who is French - quietly ventures a suggestion about some nuance of diction.
  • Occasionally, a Staff Pro guard is simply the victim of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
  • She glanced at him occasionally from beneath lowered lids.
  • Occasionally, trees or grasses may have to be replanted in a buffer.
  • Micki, another of Mont's followers, recalls her uncles and aunts occasionally peppering their Spanish with unfamiliar words and phrases, which she later learned were from Ladino, a Judeo-Spanish dialect.
  • As American pioneers headed westward, scoundrels occasionally would present forged letters of credit to wholesale merchants in larger towns.
  • Kaddy-corner from the 'brary is a fifteen-story tall Holiday Inn. I go over there occasionally to buy a soda during the day. Archive 2003-02-01
  • Occasionally the fifth digit has only one crease because of a small middle phalanx.
  • Upstairs were decorative objects, documentary photographs, advertising posters, costumes, film clips and tchotchkes, interspersed occasionally with oil paintings.
  • The friends met occasionally to chat about the good old days at school.
  • The cars and houses, while occasionally showing signs of human habitation, look unreal, like toy models set against a colored background.
  • Others were tories, and adherents to the old kingly rule; some of whom took refuge within the British lines, joined the royal bands of refugees, a name odious to the American ear, and occasionally returned to harass their ancient neighbors. Wolfert's Roost and Miscellanies
  • He gave no verbal instruction but occasionally would gesture with his hand, like a conductor.
  • I make this snack from time to time, sometimes omitting the onion, and occasionally adding chutney instead of mustard.
  • Occasionally, they hold their hands out to the passing crowd asking for handouts, taking turns to sip an opaque liquid from a plastic container.
  • The state occasionally tests for drugs before scheduled bouts but only if a fighter has a history of drug abuse.
  • Perhaps I foozled my drive rather worse than Henry, but then he never took fewer than five strokes on the green, whereas I have occasionally done it in four. Our Elizabeth A Humour Novel
  • Place the almonds on a baking sheet and bake them, stirring occasionally, until golden brown, about 10 minutes.
  • My thanks are particularly due to my friend Miss Robbins, who has very kindly redrawn the occasionally rather blottesque figures of the first edition. Text Book of Biology, Part 1: Vertebrata
  • The odd snorkel bobs in the water, occasionally spurting water, and there's not a boat to be seen.
  • They are tough enough to withstand being walked on occasionally and will reward the passer-by with perfume released from the crushed foliage.
  • I stood there for a long time watching her as she breathed and snuffled and murmured occasionally. THE EXECUTION
  • Smoke emissions from the smelter cover the town in a heavy sulphurous mist occasionally accompanied by fall-out of ash.
  • Some babies are born with a squint or their eyes roll away from each other occasionally.
  • Occasionally we all suffer from influenza or a bout of sickness, which naturally results in a drop in weight.
  • Today's Republicans extol the virtues of freedom, as they simultaneously and occasionally promote "there ought to be a law"-ism. Robert Eisinger: Redefining Conservative Consistency
  • Occasionally there may be a dull ache, or even more seldom, acute pain.
  • Hence, the previous superpower demonologies now appear incongruous, if not ludicrous, when occasionally applied to their nuclear foes.
  • When the members of these teams had never met before, interpersonal trust had to be replaced by trust in the organisation, meaning tribalism occasionally got in the way.
  • He occasionally invents grotesquely exaggerated success stories in a self-mocking parody of his frustrated bourgeois ambitions.
  • In addition to tall and slim models mincing along the cat-walk, one occasionally sees a dozen or so women in their 50s and even 60s clothed in their best twisting their bodies on stage.
  • Although people occasionally discussed questions of local autonomy in private, they rarely raised them, even obliquely, in public.
  • I was a first year medical student when I first realized that outward appearances occasionally belie the truth.
  • Yes indeed I enjoyed horses vicariously and occasionally even pretended to be Jill and set up a few jumps in the garden and did a bit of giddy-up neddy trotting around my own gymkhana. Such stuff as dreams are made on...
  • Word-final b is rare, occurring mainly in monosyllables (hub, rib, scab), but occasionally in longer words (superb, disturb, cherub) Double B
  • Hemp, or _Cannabis sativa_, from which we possibly derive the modern term canvas, was known to the ancients and used by them for rope and cordage and occasionally for cloth. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 46, August, 1861
  • It is indisputable, however, that the warplanes and helicopter gunships occasionally make mistakes.
  • Occasionally they paid for their indiscretion with their lives.
  • The sirocco of North Africa can afflict the vineyards of southern Europe, occasionally reaching France.
  • And if her low register was occasionally underpowered near the end, she made up for it with a dramatic diminuendo/crescendo combination on her final, effortlessly floated high note. Lindstrom Shines as Last-Minute Soprano in 'Turandot'
  • Grown-ups who worked as grooms, butlers, maids or gardeners in the surrounding plantation houses occasionally brought these home with left-over foods wrapped in them.
  • Most Cree and Oji-Cree text written by the Cree elsewhere is unpointed or occasionally partially pointed.
  • Her carefree sloganeering can be maddeningly fatuous, occasionally making the reader feel as though he or she is stuck behind a car covered in bumper stickers.
  • What hedges still remain are no longer laid but occasionally slashed by a mobile mechanical flail.
  • I do not speak from personal experience, for I detest the sweet, cloying stuff; but it occasionally fell to my lot to guide down-stairs the uncertain footsteps of some ventripotent Kommerzien-Rath, or even of Mr. Over-Inspector of Railways himself, both temporarily incapacitated by injudicious indulgence in Swedish Punch. The Days Before Yesterday
  • Bread is usually white, although she buys wholegrain brown bread occasionally.
  • You'll occasionally rip up your hands and generally scab various body parts.
  • Then reduce the heat to the barest simmer, stirring the chicken occasionally. Grilled Javanese Chicken
  • I've seen her in church occasionally.
  • It has occasionally purchased this labor through limited immigration, which it modulates and controls, often in ridiculous ways.
  • I breathed irregularly, occasionally hiccuping in my attempts to stop crying.
  • The staff bantered with a couple guys down the bar from us and occasionally yelled out order numbers. Korean-Fried-Chicken-Palooza: Kyochon vs. Bon Chon vs. Mad For Chicken | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan
  • Occasionally babies are born without a thumb or with a rudimentary thumb.
  • Tubers carrot-like to 10 cm long by 2 cm wide, occasionally nearly globose, up to 3.5 cm across. Chapter 7
  • Whether it's natural talent, culinary training, or the fact that he cooks with minimal oil and only occasionally uses dairy cream, the spices in his cuisine emerge with remarkable clarity.
  • Occasionally labour-only sub-contractors develop into large organisations or agencies with a significant control of a trade in a geographical area.
  • I am happy to play the game as long as I am entitled to win some points occasionally.
  • I felt rather buoyed up by this and confirmed in my occasionally libidinous ways.
  • Largely absent are the spacey Grandaddy synths that occasionally lent the band's debut a pleasant jolt of modernity.
  • The former exhausts itself first in fantastic lacertine forms, twisted into the shapes of the commencing letters or words of the writing, to which the suggestion of some Byzantine MS, perhaps occasionally adds a frame. Illuminated Manuscripts
  • It was a hoarse, awful, prolonged bellow, as of some giant ox in sore distress, and when it would stop, occasionally, faint and far would come another bellow, mellowed by distance, but sounding unspeakably eerie and frightsome. All Aboard A Story for Girls
  • Life is just like an old time rail journey ... delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders, and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling bursts of speed. The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride. Gordon B. Hinckley 
  • In the wild, the pygmy hog lives in small family groups of about four to five individuals, comprised of one or more adult females and accompanying juveniles, and occasionally an adult male.
  • Lush jungle sweeps by at arm's length, breaking occasionally to reveal lakes, mountains and ships.
  • The smaller of its hands occasionally slipped round on the pivot, and thus, though the minutes were told with precision, nobody could be quite certain of the hour they belonged to.
  • And don't worry, even French four students occasionally forget how to conjugate verbs.
  • Others, such as Shakespeare's inchmeal, still occasionally used, seem to have come into use in the 16th century: "unciatim inche by inche, inchemeale" (Cooper, 1573). Laudator Temporis Acti
  • This woody, hilly temperate land with occasionally steep, sometimes even terraced vineyards of limestone and clay is ideal for the production of relatively delicate, fruity white wines.
  • Season with a pinch of salt, add double cream, bubble for another minute or two, shaking the pan occasionally, until the sauce is reduced and nice and glossy.
  • Elice occasionally flirted with Nathan to bait Urran.
  • Whisky is always kept in oak casks that have already stored another alcoholic beverage: usually bourbon or sherry, occasionally port and Madeira.
  • Occasionally she even demonstrates some viperish spirit, as when she traded insults with another model.
  • Dozens of protesters threw stones and firebombs and occasionally fired guns.
  • Occasionally, for my benefit, she would recall sanctimonious preachers who would dismiss three quarters of the world's people as ignorant heathens doomed to spend the afterlife in eternal damnation ¾ and who in the next breath would insist that the earth and the heavens had been created in seven days, all geologic and astrophysical evidence to the contrary. Greg Barrett: Obama's speech bridges the Abrahamic faiths
  • Our simple and occasionally fun jargon uncloaks what are truly complex concepts and grants the reporter and the public an opportunity to think about the ideas rather than puzzle over the names of things.
  • The descendens hypoglossi occasionally sends a branch to the sternal head of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.
  • Major cabinet turnovers have been rare, although chancellors occasionally have reshuffled their cabinets, shifting a minister from one post to another.
  • At the same time, the temptation after Tuesday — one that comes through occasionally in candid conversations with party leaders — will be to simply look past the next two years to the potential political bonanza that awaits Republicans in 2012. The Potential Pitfalls of Winning Big
  • But he was a good businessman, and Arnold had occasionally wondered whether Freddie Keeler was a deal more sagacious than he appeared. A TROUT IN THE MILK
  • Occasionally a tiny crescent of pure, clean sand provides a few steps of respite.
  • Both novels are occasionally limited by deficient character and plot development.
  • I can say as a parent that I was often innocent and occasionally deliberately ignorant about the areas of sin in my own life.
  • This is often not sufficiently pointed out in herb books and formularies and I am sure it is one of the reasons that occasionally intended effects are not achieved clinically.
  • An increase of vagal tone after exercise occasionally can lead to episodes of atrial fibrillation.
  • Occasionally a merry-go-round train passes along the line.
  • A race boundary involves almost inevitably a cultural boundary, often, too, a linguistic and religionary, occasionally a political boundary. Influences of Geographic Environment On the Basis of Ratzel's System of Anthropo-Geography
  • Occasionally, we would jump in to the salt water and bob about in the waves to cool off.
  • Occasionally the scrolls contain short cinematics _ for example I once sent a spy undercover into another faction's territory and there was a short video of him breaking into a storehouse and coming out dressed in the opposing faction's uniform. `Medieval II: Total War' presents the Middle Ages with flair
  • In 2008, things were much worse: a confidential report written for Paradzayi Zimondi advised him that prisoners at Chikurubi Prison went for days without a meal and were occasionally supplied with food "only meant to keep a person alive" such as sadza and salted, unclean water. Crikey » Canberra Calling

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