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  • adv. oftentimes

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  • To the commenter who asked why men are standing by while wives/daughters dress the way they do, oftentime they dare not even dream of breathing a word of advice - the end product of over forty years of feminism strangling the voice of husbands and fathers - and ministers of religion.

    Modest Feminine Dress From the Pages of 1990 Victoria Magazine

  • How any one person can orchestrate such an amazing feat each week without ever expressing a syllable of impatience with his oftentime clueless producers meaning me, I can't pretend to know.

    The Closer Creator James Duff Previews "Fresh Pursuit"

  • I am a longtime reader of the Guardian, a less enthusiastic but still oftentime reader of the CIF boards and I do find some absolute gems both intellectually and comedically on the comments, which is great.

    Reflections on the Comment is free year | Natalie Hanman

  • What does God see in us, that we oftentime don't sense in ourselves?

    Elizabeth E. Evans: Why We Should Live Up To God's Faith In Us And Strengthen Our Relationships

  • And again, the focus is oftentime on what government's going to do.

    CNN Transcript Jun 1, 2009

  • I suggest that the Corporate media hurries its oftentime too late self examination on the approach many have chosen in covering this scandal, and review the less than veiled aspersions being made about the President-Elect by some of their co-horts.

    What part of "F*ck him" does the Media NOT Understand?

  • Just pick the portions of it that might be new, because oftentime these statements have so many things we've heard before, some of it just frankly horrible things about Israel, about Americans and so on.

    CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2006

  • I've oftentime wondered what is it about "Amazing Grace"?

    Odetta Remains A Powerful Voice For Justice

  • Thus, by apparently adding another abstraction layer to the world-player interaction, the "pilot" metaphor can eventually facilitate player's immersion, much like a text-based game once passed the 'convenience' barrier to entry oftentime proves more immersive than a 3D avatar-based game where the gamey and "fake" quality of the game experience actively works towards breaking the illusion.

    Cockpit of your avatar

  • Yaka by apparently adding another abstraction layer to the world-player interaction, the "pilot" metaphor can eventually facilitate player's immersion, much like a text-based game once passed the 'convenience' barrier to entry oftentime proves more immersive than a 3D avatar-based game where the gamey and "fake" quality of the game experience actively works towards breaking the illusion.

    Cockpit of your avatar

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