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Definitions

  • Totems Often Seen
    Totems Often Seen
  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv oftener more often or more frequently
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Additional illustrations & photos:

Mr. Laurence often opened his study door Mr. Laurence often opened his study door

Quotations

  • Don Marquis
    Don%20Marquis
    “Blood will tell, but often it tells too much.”
  • Jean De La Bruyere
    Jean%20De%20La%20Bruyere
    “The wise person often shuns society for fear of being bored.”
  • Roger Lewin
    Roger Lewin
    “Too often when give children answers to remember rather than problems to solve.”
  • Harvey Mackay
    Harvey Mackay
    “No one ever went broke by saying no too often.”
  • Napoleon Bonaparte
    Napoleon%20Bonaparte
    “You must not fight too often with one enemy, or you will teach him all your tricks of war.”
  • Vittorio Alfieri
    Vittorio Alfieri
    “Often the test of courage is not to die but to live.”

Usage

In literature:

How often has she planted germs, which in subsequent years expanded, and produced the fairest fruits of science and wisdom.
"The Young Maiden" by A. B. (Artemas Bowers) Muzzey
Are often starved in the midst of plenty.
"Langstroth on the Hive and the Honey-Bee" by L. L. Langstroth
Yet here he lives, and must often have to spend much of his time under the snow.
"The Western World" by W.H.G. Kingston
In after years when Robert looked back upon his childhood, he was often reminded of the stories of Goethe's bringing-up.
"Robert Elsmere" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
In such cases the box is often filled first, and nearly as often will contain brood.
"Mysteries of Bee-keeping Explained" by M. Quinby
He assured his cousins that, if met with, the birds would be easily approached in this manner; he had often hunted them so.
"Popular Adventure Tales" by Mayne Reid
These several bases may, and often with advantage, be variously combined.
"Essentials of Diseases of the Skin" by Henry Weightman Stelwagon
He is much oftener on the scene.
"My Recollections of Lord Byron" by Teresa Guiccioli
Consequently it is often used in a faulty and wasteful manner.
"Seasoning of Wood" by Joseph B. Wagner
You met, oh, how often!
"Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen" by Hans Christian Andersen
Young trees are often overworked.
"The Book of Pears and Plums" by Edward Bartrum
Reflex action is involuntary and often entirely unconscious.
"Psychology" by Robert S. Woodworth
Form roundish, truncated conical, often sides unequal.
"The Apple" by Various
Poor cooking often makes food still worse for use.
"Applied Physiology" by Frank Overton
The cross of English and Irish may and does often benefit both races.
"The Dog" by Dinks, Mayhew, and Hutchinson
I have often tried it, and always with success.
"Forty Years in the Wilderness of Pills and Powders" by William A. Alcott
I know not how often you receive letters from me, so many are taken or sunk; but I write as often as I can.
"Familiar Letters of John Adams and His Wife Abigail Adams During the Revolution" by John Adams
Although granite has often pierced through other strata, it has rarely, if ever, been observed to rest upon them, as if it had overflowed.
"A Manual of Elementary Geology" by Charles Lyell
Often she felt as if she were being slapped, oftener as if she were caressed.
"The Song of Songs" by Hermann Sudermann
In black fowls it is often so abundant that a part remains in the skin when the feathers are removed.
"Our Domestic Birds" by John H. Robinson
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In poetry:

Though faith and hope are often tried,
We ask not, need not, ought beside;
So safe, so calm, so satisfied,
The soul that clings to Thee.
"O Holy Saviour, Friend unseen," by Charlotte Elliott
And thou must count its petals well,
Because it is a gift from me;
And the last one of all shall tell
Something I've often told to thee.
"With A Pressed Flower" by James Russell Lowell
For often thou dost visit me
And bring a comfort sweet and cheering
As I thy loving presence see
Through faith's eternal power appearing.
"To Nettie" by Aaron Southwick
Silent he often sat, and sad,
While on his lips there played a smile,
Which told you that his spirit had
Some lovely vision all the while.
"Rhyme of my Playmate" by Alice Cary
I see the world so subtly fair,
My heart with beauty often aches;
But ere I quiet this sweet pain,
Some cross so presses, the heart breaks.
"To Mrs.----" by Frances Fuller Victor
Though thorns may often pierce my feet,
And the shadows still abide,
The mists will vanish before His smile,
There will be light at eventide.
"Renewel of Strength" by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper

In news:

White-tailed deer are on the move as they search for mates during the annual fall mating season, and the evidence on the shoulders of the region highways shows too often they are meeting fenders instead.
Sketches often convey conceptual relationships between entities via the visual relationships between their depictions in the sketch.
Irish records are challenging and often necessitate a visit to Ireland to fully research the records.
The expansion of huge cattle ranches and industrial-scale farms in remote regions has produced a land scramble, with conflicts among indigenous groups often ending in violent clashes.
I've often heard it said that "age is just a number" but have no clue who coined the phrase.
AP file photo If Johan Franzen, right, did this more often to players like Nashville's Shea Weber, Red Wings fans might cut him a break.
One aspect of the graduate school admissions process that I'm often asked about is whether it's appropriate for applicants to contact faculty members at prospective schools.
In brand new photos exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com the reality TV star is seen in in a bikini in Costa Rica wearing a strange bandage on her nose, complete with a splint, often used to protect a nose after rhinoplasty.
Johnny Otis, the bandleader, talent scout and songwriter who was often called the "Godfather of R&B," died on Tuesday at his suburban Los Angeles home.
Too often, banks assume lenders learned essentials somewhere else.
A tiny company, OSCA didn't often come out to play, and then usually on the track.
Often flooding phone books with local listings, these sham locksmiths often don't carry the licensing or credentials required.
(PNI) Self-righteousness often has a weird way of walling off its practitioners from the harsh fact that they're often just acting like clowns.
Those first two, while often stigmatized, are also often easier to hide.
I often think old plays have the same problem: The tasty condiment they once provided onstage now often comes out savorless.
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In science:

An outcome is often denoted by the symbol ω .
Monte Carlo: Basics
Often we have to consider random variables that can take values in an interval.
Monte Carlo: Basics
A probability density function we would often come across is the Gaussian.
Monte Carlo: Basics
When particles follow higher-dimensional geodesic paths, they often seem to have peculiar physical properties as measured by 4D observers.
Null Geodesics in Five Dimensional Manifolds
Due to this angular dependence such devices are often referred to as Lambertian diffusers.
Design of one-dimensional Lambertian diffusers of light
The Euclidean algorithm (Elements, VII, 1, 2), often considered in this context, is obtained by repeated subtraction, which is easy for positive integers because they are (well) ordered and the division algorithm is available; but not in R.
Factorization of integers and arithmetic functions
KAC In what follows we shall often denote an element 1 ⊗ (PN i=1 fi∂i + f ) ∈ WN = C[∂ ] ⊗ (W (N ) ⊕ ∧(N )) by Pi (fi )i + f .
Classification of finite simple Lie conformal superalgebras
This simple structure is almost ubiquituous in Nature, and the reason of such a success is often linked to the optimization of some cost function.
Growing dynamics of Internet providers
Jastrow-Feenberg wave functions are often used in this context as a starting point.
Helium nanodroplets and trapped Bose-Einstein condensates as prototypes of finite quantum fluids
Additionally it is often possible to show independence of the distributional results results achieved (via the concept of association) through such a procedure from the choice of embedding.
Generalized pseudo-Riemannian geometry
One can note that in physics partition functions are often considered which are not positive, then the sense of all calculations is open.
Gibbs and Quantum Discrete Spaces
Interest in large random graphs has often focused on the sizes of their connected components.
Structure of large random hypergraphs
An iterator over all possible flavours is often useful.
AMEGIC++ 1.0, A Matrix Element Generator In C++
The output is therefore easy to read and often much better than the string which originally was filled into the tree.
AMEGIC++ 1.0, A Matrix Element Generator In C++
Secondly, an interface often induces structural changes or unfolding transitions.
Coil-Globule Transition for Regular, Random and Specially Designed Copolymers: Monte Carlo Simulation and Self-Consistent Field Theory
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