Variable climate characteristic of the region studied causes recurrent floods and intermittency in streams.
The intermittency of the social life, on the other hand, is inevitable; even the most idealistic religions cannot escape it.
As flow decreased and intermittency commenced, qualitative and quantitative changes in the fish faunas were observed.
The only things which make intimacy with a woman agreeable are difficulty and intermittency.
List any demonstrable effects of intermittency of streams on fish distribution within the area.
Disappearance of the species from the Wakarusa may have resulted from increased siltation and intermittency of flow.
The effects of intermittency were most strikingly demonstrated in small creeks of the uplands.
The precise character of the sound depends entirely upon the rapidity of the intermittency.
The current and intermittency can be regulated by more or less closing the aperture between the two regions.
The small hole causes an intermittency in the current which converts the arrangement into a break.
intermittent in·ter·mit·tent (ĭn'tər-mĭt'nt)
Stopping and starting at intervals.
Marked by intervals of complete quietude occurring between two periods of activity.