How To Use Sometimes In A Sentence

  • It's good to have a cry sometimes.
  • He specialized in moonlit and winter scenes, usually including a sheet of water and sometimes also involving the light of a fire, and he also painted sunsets and views at dawn or twilight.
  • The hat, I think the style was called fedora, had a dark band and a dint in the top, which my father would sometimes correct with a chopping action of his right hand.
  • Sometimes I go through spells when I just draw, when I just write, when I just paint.
  • It is therefore unsurprising that such seizures are sometimes confused with panic attacks.
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  • Sometimes, when people die of heart failure, they first suffer angor animi, anguish of the soul. Times, Sunday Times
  • Josefina Scaglione's YouTube video When Mr. Laurents first called the willowy soprano, who speaks with lushly rolled r's and sometimes interrupts conversation to ask the meaning of an English word, she was performing the role of Amber Von Tussle in a Buenos Aires production of "Hairspray. I've Just Met a Girl Named Josefina
  • Mr Johnson said that sometimes Pete was on morphine to control the pain.
  • Sometimes things happen that are just out of your control.
  • The space left by evaporation is called the ullage, while the liquid lost is sometimes called the ‘angels' share’ and is particularly financially significant in the production of older cognac and Armagnac.
  • It is this potential for music to express contradictory, sometimes inexpressible emotions that drives Ward to write songs.
  • Often considered to be one of the most spectacular lizard species, sometimes called the "Jesus lizard", the green basilisk is a striking addition to any reptile collection.
  • He admired Machiavelli for recognizing that sometimes our ends are mutually exclusive and for facing that fact unblinkingly.
  • To my mind, Tom Hank's Forrest Gump is a Walter Mitty , for he sometimes was a Vietnamese War hero and later a table tennis diplomat between America and China.
  • Sometimes he is also assisted by an adjunct who will later represent him during absences.
  • Matters went on pretty well with us until my master was seized with a severe fit of illness, in consequence of which his literary scheme was completely defeated, and his condition in life materially injured; of course, the glad tones of encouragement which I had been accustomed to hear were changed into expressions of condolence, and sometimes assurances of unabated friendship; but then it must be remembered that I, the handsomest blue coat, was _still in good condition_, and it will perhaps appear, that if I were not my master's The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 10, No. 262, July 7, 1827
  • Sometimes he goes to watch birds in the suburban marshes, where more rare species can be found.
  • Do your legs and arms sometimes feel sore and tight? Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life
  • He may be intense and sometimes untactful on an issue you are debating, but that will only be on that ANC Daily News Briefing
  • This very careful attitude to money can sometimes border on meanness.
  • I compassionated him, and sometimes felt a wish to console him; but when I looked upon him, when I saw the filthy mass that moved and talked, my heart sickened, and my feelings were altered to those of horror and hatred. Chapter 17
  • Cure sometimes, treat often, comfort always. Hippocrates 
  • They claim the vermin-annoyers show no consistent success or, sometimes, no success at all. They're not approved for use by commercial pest-control companies because not enough is known about potential side effects.
  • And sometimes those mistakes wind up back to back on a Sunday afternoon.
  • Her words came so fast that I cannot attempt their semblance here, and her voice rose and fell in a kind of querulous chant to which sometimes she nodded her head, as if she was beating the time. The Fool Errant
  • The prose is of a rare stateliness and intelligence, studded with clever, sometimes almost epigrammatic mots.
  • The culture that he describes is so different from mine that I sometimes find it hard to relate to.
  • This lapidation has sometimes been doubted, and treated as an invention of Rousseau's morbid suspicion. Rousseau (Volume 1 and 2)
  • Sometimes, they can detect the plastic implanted in my abdomen to repair a hernia from a prior surgery, but other times the miss the plastic. Discourse.net: Former Asst Police Chief Gives TSA a Failing Grade
  • But their recording finds them in less than top form, and Solti sometimes leads them astray.
  • During that period of time, he made numerous court appearances, sometimes unrepresented and other times represented by counsel.
  • Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing. 
  • Sometimes she was housed by friends and sometimes she slept rough in fields and public parks. Times, Sunday Times
  • At street-side stalls that are sometimes nothing more than a bowl on the ground, fish are gutted and sold and vegetables haggled over.
  • The humor in the movie sometimes goes beyond the bounds of good taste.
  • He has made a string of outspoken and sometimes provocative speeches in recent years.
  • You know how sometimes SF/Fantasy is referred to as "speculative fiction", in an attempt to encompass all types of non-realistic fiction, and also to avoid the stigma of genrefication?
  • But in the madhouse there is sometimes less madness than in real life as Antonio's ‘change’ demonstrates.
  • Sometimes a project of this kind will involve working alongside an architect and interior designer.
  • Sometimes scorn, and the expression of scorn, is warranted. The Volokh Conspiracy » Our Own Randy Barnett Talks to Prof. Glenn Reynolds (InstaPundit) About Whether ObamaCare Is Constitutional
  • They are very much secluded from the rest of Chiloe, and have scarcely any sort of commerce, except sometimes in a little oil, which they get from seal-blubber. Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle
  • Also well known is hydrophobia, literally ‘fear of water ‘, as a name for rabies, which sometimes appears to cause such a sensation in sufferers because it makes the throat swell and so it becomes difficult for the victim to swallow.’
  • At this level, delayering is accompanied by the need for self-supervision by work groups (sometimes called their empowerment).
  • Speaking in rapid, intense bursts, Smith expanded on his sometimes convoluted story.
  • They can sometimes recognize that their obsessions and compulsions are unrealistic.
  • Sometimes a merchant would stop by, looking for gemstones or precious metals that couldn't be found anywhere else.
  • A common arrangement is the positioning of single leaves spirally up the stem, which can sometimes form a striking helical pattern in the shoot apex.
  • Trying to find time to get to the store for diapers and other essentials sometimes made me want to cry.
  • In ways often too subtle to be conscious but sometimes overt, I believe, blacks remain devalued in American schools, where, for example, a recent national survey shows that through high school they are still more than twice as likely as white children to receive corporal punishment, be suspended from school, or be labeled mentally retarded. Race and the Schooling of Black Americans
  • Sometimes the boyfriends cops it, but that's usually because its his fault.
  • I also feel that the manuals can sometimes misguide us.
  • Nor do I deny that they sometimes abuse their power and are unfair to individuals.
  • Sometimes called "paillard," they also are great if you want to top them with other ingredients, roll them up and then saute them. chicagotribune.com -
  • And when I see how many people are being sucked into gold investments from all those cheesy radio and TV ads (with their overt or sometimes explicit survivalist overtones), I see another bubble being blown that at some sad point will go blooey. Fox Business News, Where Green Arrows Turn Brown Eyes Blue: James Wolcott
  • It chiefly differs in the croup being blue instead of snow-white; but as Mr. Blyth informs me, the tint varies, being sometimes albescent. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I.
  • Wilson also dispensed with the ceremoniousness hamstringing Boston's other lyceums, such as their practice of staging elaborate quasi-military "Banner Marches," which they sometimes even performed before military veterans. Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: Harriet Wilson's Sunday School
  • Sometimes their role as custodians and protectors of biodiversity is not even acknowledged.
  • Sometimes, as here, valor among black minstrels consisted of exercising discretion and living to fight another day.
  • Sometimes when you think the sky is about to fall down, you might be standing tilted!
  • Sometimes the front and hind-leg boots of the same set are different in shape.
  • Larsson sometimes joined in the fun, but with more discretion.
  • The students and faculty sometimes lead the community members through a brief demonstration of a PBL case tutorial session.
  • October 1, 2008 at 11:23 am ummm prysmakitteh, would chew consider filling in for me sometimes/ I finkso you might coould be koalafied to be on Alien Dafence Dreamteem ADD wotcha fink? Spoonin, - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Relationships are like glass. Sometimes it's better to leave them broken than try to hurt yourself putting it back together.
  • They then shack up with other men who do not work and whose motives are sometimes less than pure. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the use of hanja took much longer to go away, certainly, and you'll still sometimes see it in certain situations in the ROK though not in newspapers, though it was banned in the DPRK. Kaplin's Simplifiid Speling, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • There are also short-haired cats and they sometimes call them domestic short-hairs. The Kitchen Daughter
  • He waits eagerly for people to recognise him in the street, and sometimes they do, and tell him off for being so horrid and mean. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sometimes, with mechs, a smile could transform the face into something even less human—the expression somehow incongruous on the synthetic lips, a quaint and unsettling party trick, like a dog propped at the dinner table with a fork and spoon. Crashed
  • Sometimes it was more like numbness or paralysis, or even problems with co-ordination.
  • Sometimes his ideas appal me, but they excite me too, because they are new. A ROOMFUL OF BIRDS - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES 1990
  • Sometimes the second reading, usually made from the Apostolic writings, had the same theme especially in Lent or Advent.
  • Sometimes they played the proud Bambara hunter in patterned brown and black mud-cloth robes.
  • Surgery is a last resort, though it sometimes is necessary.
  • Black olives are picked when ripe and are pickled in brine and sometimes then in oil.
  • People in the world of health and medicine sometimes become carried away by the obvious rightness or righteousness of their cause.
  • So the theories are that perhaps somebody intentionally detonated this weapon in what's sometimes called fragging, an intentional effort to kill officers, and in this case, two officers. CNN Transcript Jun 10, 2005
  • The complexity and number of processes for treating silk goods may be realized when we know that a piece-dyed or printed fabric is handled its entire length between fifty and one hundred times after it comes from the loom, sometimes even more. Textiles For Commercial, Industrial, and Domestic Arts Schools; Also Adapted to Those Engaged in Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods, Wool, Cotton, and Dressmaker's Trades
  • The actors themselves are firmly located in contemporary Rome: the vivid specificity of the social milieux is sometimes more reminiscent of satire than of earlier elegy.
  • Letters from my family are sort of depressing, though sometimes my cousins write a few words that makes me laugh.
  • I find the fetishization of hairlessness strange… I wonder sometimes if it is not the result of the idealization of adolescent body types. The Most Hairiest Man in the World? » Sociological Images
  • Sometimes crime investigation is so difficult, like the real stumper for Fort Worth, Texas, detectives.
  • However, the name is sometimes used and has recently been applied to the reddish eggs of the chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta, of the N. Pacific and Arctic.
  • It is sometimes too much but sometimes you actually want it to ring. The Sun
  • Quiet and intense, he speaks in a halting manner, sometimes garbles his sentences and lacks a smooth personal touch. Minn. governor fights GOP on taxes for wealthy
  • He wrote in a highly individual, sometimes obscure, way that was in sharp contrast to the compressed intellectual style of T. S. Eliot, W. H. Auden and other contemporary poets.
  • Sometimes doctors prescribe a medicated cream or pills to treat difficult warts.
  • Peter expected high standards, but his sometimes austere manner veiled a deep concern for people and an insight into the human condition.
  • Mr. Summers organizes the meetings, usually picks the topic, and sometimes acts as a devil's advocate.
  • Sometimes a film only uses storyboards for difficult sequences, other times the entire film is storyboarded.
  • To speak generally, if we take all animals which change their locality, some by swimming, others by flying, others by walking, we find in these the two sexes, not only in the sanguinea but also in some of the bloodless animals; and this applies in the case of the latter sometimes to the whole class, as the cephalopoda and crustacea, but in the class of insects only to the majority. On the Generation of Animals
  • In small ways that sometimes seem ineffectual, my friends and I are looking to experience some foretaste of that moment. Christianity Today
  • The person who taps the keys here over the signature "revere" (or sometimes "Revere"; it's at most one at a time) is not Paul Revere. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • Ruddy-faced Frank, looking far younger than his 90 years, recalls how he worked with teams of Clydesdale horses, sometimes in pairs and threes for ploughing.
  • This class may be made to print much more rapidly than our ordinary silver printing process, approaching sometimes more nearly to the calotype development in this respect. Photographic Reproduction Processes
  • Sometimes problems don't require a solution to solve them; instead they require maturity to outgrow them. Steve Maraboli 
  • Enveloped in that smell, I would play grown up and sit in the office sometimes, studiously recording the numbers of the vehicles that came in for work on the twin ramps over the six-foot-deep pit where the mufflers were installed.
  • The other canonical hours have short lessons called capitula, originally lectiunculœ, sometimes capitella. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • Although we live in an age of aesthetic plenitude, we sometimes forget that our tastes may not be universal.
  • Measuring instruments were sometimes made with special graduations for use in a particular trade or craft.
  • We had many family quarrels about it, and they began in time to grow up to a dangerous height; for as I was quite estranged form my husband (as he was called) in affection, so I took no heed to my words, but sometimes gave him language that was provoking; and, in short, strove all I could to bring him to a parting with me, which was what above all things in the world I desired most. Moll Flanders
  • If this approach has a drawback, it is that the zealous pursuit of the founding principle—disinterring the buried life, stamped under the sod by conniving male partners—sometimes obscures the fact that not a great deal gets added to the wider cultural landscape it is bent on illuminating. A Far From Model Marriage
  • Other kinds of human communication [besides speech] are sometimes called language: body language, or kinesics, is one example.
  • This great day was called Ragnarok, or sometimes the Twilight of the Gods. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung
  • Because Naomi is straight and Ely is gay, their taste in guys kind of overlaps sometimes. Review: Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
  • At Ngarkat and Karte conservation parks, you can see everything from ring-necked parrots, honeyeaters and white-winged choughs, to Australian bustards, yellow-tailed black cockatoos and sometimes even a rare Mallee emu-wren or the Mallee ningaui.
  • Such "polytobacco use" includes cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, snuff, and imported products such as kreteks, which are sometimes called clove cigarettes and usually contain tobacco, cloves, and other ingredients, according to a report in the Aug. 6 issue of MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for physicians
  • Asia and South America, attacking various members of the Bovidae, horses, camels, donkeys, etc. as well as the big game, antelopes, deer, etc. sometimes wiping out great herds. Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1907 - Presentation Speech
  • A ha'porth of commonsense's sometimes worth volumes of statutes. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE
  • These are sometimes called the pay cards or boodle cards.
  • The reality is that most people have a complex, sometimes contradictory attitude to government. Times, Sunday Times
  • We may then sum up by saying that Lord Byron generally established on an impregnable rock, guarded by unbending principles, those great virtues to which principles are essential; but that, after making these treasures secure -- for treasures they are to the man of honor and worth -- once having placed them beyond the reach of sensibility and sentiment, he may sometimes have allowed the _lesser virtues_ (within ordinary bonds) such indulgence as flowed from his kindly nature, and such as his youth rendered natural to a feeling heart and ardent imagination. Lord Byron jugé par les témoins de sa vie. English
  • Anti-diarrhoeal agents, such as loperamide, are sometimes helpful to reduce bowel frequency but should be avoided in children.
  • Too many high-risk prisoners are set loose after cursory checks, sometimes just a quick phone call. The Sun
  • Sometimes, letting go of psychodrama is letting go of your need to be right. Gamemastering Is An Art, Part VII: Catching Up
  • It is phonologically impossible since Tamil has no [z] sound and since the retroflex approximant sometimes romanized < z > cannot appear in initial position.
  • Sometimes the counterfeiters are fly-by-night operations, but just as often they're legitimate companies that have a dark side.
  • It creates a startling atmosphere of intensity and highly unusual inwardness - sometimes disturbing - and makes it utterly distinct from anything in Western dance and theatre.
  • Sometimes people don't just pick up the phone & ring Crimestoppers out of some sense of duty, but they will do it for filthy luker. 200 Weeks
  • I must have a prodigious amount of mind; it takes me as much as a week, sometimes, to make it up! Mark Twain 
  • The AP stylebook has been doing this for decades which is why I sometimes refer to the ap, but I like the respect shown to the particular president marked by the capital P. No Uncertain Terms
  • The absolute clarity of the orchestral texture allowed for the sometimes jarring harmonies and raucous percussion effects to be highlighted.
  • He's not the fastest player on the books and occasionally he can be a bit casual and sometimes gets caught in possession.
  • Sometimes we throw our seeds to them, but our efforts seem hopeless since their soil is barren, empty and dead.
  • The adult ovary may present marked deviations from its typical form, sometimes being unusually long, spheroidal, flattened, triangular, crescentric, or otherwise irregular.
  • I do sometimes wish we could flag posts that are in some way related to post flags, when I'm feeling a bit daffy, which is always. MetaTalk
  • Hannah's remembrances of things past, however, are sometimes skewed by subtle dissonances and a sense of anxiety that disturb the apparent placidity of his picture-perfect world.
  • Their quotes and epigrams take up a sometimes shocking amount of space in columns and essays.
  • In a country where universities emphasise competitive sports sometimes even more than academics, Notre Dame, in Indiana, was long the paragon of undergraduate football excellence.
  • Synaxar (synaxarion), which contains legends of saints, sometimes read instead of those from the Acts of the Apostles, and the "Book of the Ministry of the Deacons" (Brightman, lxvii). The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • Sometimes they use rakes, which are especially harmful. Times, Sunday Times
  • Facts are so inconvenient, sometimes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Uncle Sam is a national personification of the United States (US), and sometimes more specifically of the American government, with the first usage of the term dating from the War of 1812 and the first illustration dating from 1852. The Big Apple
  • The two lines run through the composition, sometimes parallel, sometimes intertwining, with the second one eventually taking over and ultimately finding its closure in a lush, animalic, fantastically sexy, nocturnal base of amber, musk, civet, patchouli and castoreum. Forgotten Chypres: 7e Sense by Sonya Rykiel and Gianni Versace
  • The movie generally maintains this frenetic pace, sometimes so fast it's like you are looking at a reel of photographic negatives.
  • On and above the glabella a trace of the frontal suture sometimes persists; beneath it is the frontonasal suture, the mid-point of which is termed the nasion. II. Osteology. 5c. The Exterior of the Skull
  • In summer, the temperature sometimes climbs up to forty degrees centigrade.
  • As it is sometimes difficult to rear young calves it is a good thing to keep them clean and dry., whitewashing the calf hulls two or three times during the winter.
  • Nature notes Birds still move about in the mist and fog if these are not too dense, and one can sometimes hear an invisible bird. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was easy to fight with Livi sometimes, but it was also hard trying to stay mad at her for very long.
  • Sternbane was the only member of the public who spoke on the proposal, but supervisors sympathized with nonsmokers, who sometimes have to share the confined spaces with people who pass the time by smoking. Fairfax County bans smoking in bus shelters
  • Miliband decided to risk serious barracking by telling the TUC he could not support the strikes, even though industrial action was sometimes a necessary last resort. Ed Miliband endures rough ride at TUC after criticism of pension strike action
  • _ -- This affection is almost always met with in adults, and the earliest symptoms are pain and weakness in the legs, and sometimes a slight kyphotic projection of the spinous processes. Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.
  • Traditionally golf has kept the sexes apart, sometimes for misogynist reasons, but more often because women cannot hit the ball as far as men, and have courses set up accordingly, with the ladies' tees further forward than the men's.
  • It's important not to pass urine for at least four hours - and sometimes overnight - before a urine sample is taken.
  • Sometimes teams say we have a referee and linesman and we go on until they whistle. Times, Sunday Times
  • By nature generous, Matt sometimes paid for his friends' drinks when they had no money.
  • In this sense cognitive therapy might sometimes serve a preventive function.
  • Traditional dances - kozachok, hopak, metelytsia, kolomyika, hutsulka, and arkan - differ by rhythmic figures, choreography, region, and sometimes by gender, but share a duple meter.
  • It is not false modesty; he just does not know how good he is sometimes.
  • A five-pointed star, the pentagram or pentacle, sometimes has magical and occult associations.
  • The general odor of the man she loves, one woman states, is highly, sometimes even overwhelmingly, attractive to her; but the specific odor of the male sexual organs which she describes as fishy has no attraction. Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 4 Sexual Selection In Man
  • Sometimes there are two consecutive lines having such hypermetrical syllables -- The Principles of English Versification
  • On the downside, this dependency on biography and history means that sometimes the tales do not stand in their own right.
  • So Foster's got this vaguely martyr-like songbird persona she's working, and sometimes the devious witch bit sticks out too, as on ‘Crackerjack Fool’.
  • Compression of the radiocapitellar articulation sometimes results in damage to the radial head, the capitellum, or both.
  • Critical seminars within the university may sometimes blur this distinction if they contain elements of genuine intellectual exchange.
  • Sometimes the country has to take precedence over a do-nothing imposter and pretender to the throne.
  • Many of the bays and inlets are simply beautiful and consist of rock or sand, sometimes dropping away dramatically into 50 feet of water, at other times sloping gently in to shallows of just a few feet.
  • Liberals have their own celebrities, and I think sometimes their adulation is a little much. Easter Lemming Liberal News
  • She's a good girl, but a little slow at times, and sometimes needs a guiding hand.
  • Sometimes the corrections are amusing exercises in pedantry.
  • Jersey political shtick stand-up at the Democratic National Convention; the arena that bore his name has gone through several different corporate sponsors since, and is currently a severely brand-infected assaultively unrelenting advertising-delivery module - in which basketball is still played, sometimes - sponsored by Izod. Can't Stop The Bleeding
  • The harpoon is the weapon usually employed, though sometimes they are caught in strong nets stretched across the mouths of rivers or the narrow arms of lakes. The Forest Exiles The Perils of a Peruvian Family in the Wilds of the Amazon
  • Sometimes tedding once, and in nearly all instances twice, will be sufficient. Clovers and How to Grow Them
  • Katherine spoke softly, sometimes hesitantly and sometimes in a rush, with a great deal more emotional inflection than the voice she uses when acting the cool professional.
  • Sometimes, this problem will correct itself as the skin and muscle gradually stretch to become more supple and elastic. The A-Z of Beauty Treatment
  • I'm sometimes told that questioning the use of EMS helicopters is on par with encouraging people to play Russian roulette. Christine Negroni: The Not-So-Hilarious World of Helicopter EMS
  • Fishermen and sailors sometimes claim to have seen monsters in the sea.
  • We've sometimes found the airport short-stay car park cheaper than the long-stay. The Sun
  • Many might mock the idea but sometimes combining two totally unconnected things can really work. The Sun
  • Sometimes, only a bag of sweeties can ease the pain, eh?
  • They sometimes take over a whole neglected meadow, which looks as if it is covered with tall purple heather. Times, Sunday Times
  • While some consider giant salvinia to be an attractive aquatic plant, this free-floating fern is also an obnoxious invader that's sometimes referred to as ‘the world's worst water weed.’
  • Sometimes nature's contribution can be of questionable taste. Times, Sunday Times
  • Devices called lysimeters are sometimes inserted into the ground to collect subsurface water, called leachate.
  • Antidepressants such as amitriptyline and prothiaden are sometimes used to treat chronic pain, including fibromyalgia.
  • These digital devices deflate at about 4 mm Hg per second, making them sometimes seem slower to use than auscultatory aneroid devices, but they are more accurate.
  • Sometimes she had wondered how Con fared, but nothing was ever said on the subject and she and Brace had been, in their visiting, limited to the downstair rooms. The Man Thou Gavest
  • Different people deal with it in different, sometimes opposite, ways. Christianity Today
  • Sometimes his collection of gnomes would be on display, and every anniversary was commemorated by faded buff photographs and artefacts.
  • Big SUVs and little kids, a dangerous and sometimes deadly combination in the family driveway.
  • I have two drivers, one brassy, a baffy or spoon, two cleeks (one shorter than the other), an iron, sometimes one mashie, sometimes two (one for running up and the other for pitch shots), a niblick, and sometimes two putters (one for long running-up putts and the other for holing out). The Complete Golfer
  • In cities where blocks were laid out with rear access, separate houses were sometimes built behind the privies, facing the alleys and creating almost invisible low rent districts.
  • In the United Kingdom and Australia, the term nonce sometimes spelled "nonse" is a slang word used to refer to a sex offender and/or child sexual abuser. On a child's view of English
  • Cameras today are technically brilliant and sometimes you can just create one great image.
  • At the top of the barbettes, revolving on rollers, are the turrets, sometimes called the hoods, containing the guns and the leading mechanism and all of the machinery in connection with the same. Marvels of Modern Science
  • When in a position allowing of direct examination, the contused portion of the nerve sometimes developed a palpable fusiform thickening, manipulation of which might give rise to formication in the area of distribution -- a favourable prognostic sign. Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre
  • When a diabetic travels abroad, the customs sometimes take his syringe and he is suspected of being a narcotist.
  • Sometimes too many keys rose at once and jammed together, so his fingers were all inky from pulling them apart.
  • As a junior minister he was sometimes arrogant and aloof. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were constructed carefully, sometimes as exact circles, sometimes as partial ellipses.
  • The challenge of a book which begins to hybridize these two sometimes contentious communities is impressive. Christianity Today
  • We need to talk sometimes to wake ourselves up and that is what we have done. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sometimes, the slightest leaning of a doorjamb can cause a door to swing open or shut on its own.
  • But other perils may have awaited his tadpoles: researchers have found that despite their paternal inclinations, male African bullfrogs sometimes cannibalize their young.
  • Sometimes we get carried away with a particular hype and there is not due consideration in the law.
  • Sometimes you are not without effort, but chose the wrong direction; sometimes, success is not your ability, but by the power of others.
  • Medically prescribed drugs - essential though they may be - sometimes bring about confusion or memory loss.
  • In writing, sometimes it's more important what you don't say: good word smithing phrase imagery can be relied upon to resonate meaning. Hey Obama -- Who Are You Calling Desperate?

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