Sozomenus who wroteabovetwelve hundredyears agoe, in his Seaventh Bookrelates from his ownknowledge, that in the Churches of Cyprus and Arabia ( places neer to Jeruſalem, and with the firſt frequented by Apoſtles ) they had Biſhops in every Village ; and what could thoſe be more then Preſbyters ?
For a long while he used toconsolehimself … by frequenting a kind ofperpetualclub … which held its sessions on a benchbefore a smallinn, designated by a rubicundportrait of his MajestyGeorge the Third.
Then, as now, they spent their dayswalkingaround the city they love, frequentingfavoriterestaurants or cookingmealsat home, and serving as each other’s creativesoundboard.
इसके उदाहरण more frequent
Evidencecontradicting this principlecame from a study of epilepticpatients by Penfield and Roberts (1959) who found that dysphasia followingsurgery on the righthemisphere was not significantlymore frequent in the left-handed than in the right-handed.
The effect of copper as an algæcide is wellknown and may be a contributingfactor, but the morethorough and more frequentcleaning which these poolsreceivemust also be taken into consideration in the interpretation of this apparentphenomena.
Not the directvision of the harrowings of hell as reported, for example, by manyChristianvisionaries, but accountsgiven by the departedsoulsthemselves are more frequent and typicalfeatures of Jewishmoralistwriting.
Errors are more frequent when the playhappens on an in-betweenhops.
in order, by a more frequent and a moreconvulsiveelevation and depression of the diaphragm, and the succussations of the intercostal and abdominal muscles in laughter, to drive the gall and otherbitterjuices from the gall bladder
However, not only metabolicdisturbances but also periinterventional complicationssuch aswoundhealing, deepveinthrombosis and delayedgraftfunction are more frequent in obeserenal allograft recipients [48 ].
इसके उदाहरण most frequent
Among the most frequentoffenders are antidepressants and antianxietydrugs, blood pressuremedications and opioid painrelievers.
Henowfound one of his most frequent visitants accusing him of treason, in hopes of sharing his confiscation; yet, unpatronized and unsupported, heclearedhimself by the openness of innocence, and the consistence of truth; he was dismissed with honour, and his accuserperishedin prison.
1985: It is an oldBible, of 1619, and turned, by its most frequentusage, into a Tetrevangelium. — John Fowles, A Maggot
The othertwomost frequent neurobehavioral changesbesides “incontinence”, i.e., logopenia and apathy, are negativesymptoms.