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  • adv. in, at or to various places; in one place and another
  • adv. from time to time

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. in one place and another; in a dispersed manner; irregularly.
  • adv. in one place and another.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in or to various places; first this place and then that


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  • Apart from that there was almost nothing due, just the odd thousand in honoraria here and there from book reviews or readings or panel discussions, like the one coming up in Switzerland.


  • The eight oak columns of the fan-vaulted rood screen stretched into out-curving branches crowned in a rich, leafy forest canopy, with here and there a face in the leaves.


  • Most of the constructions are more purely abstract, and Mellis has sometimes applied paint here and there herself, as in the palette-like Sea, in which a whole range of different blues is set against patches of red and the grain of natural wood.


  • It was but shin-gunto, short, almost stumpy, its brightness suspect upon inspection, because the skin was a mass of scratches and hazing, and a bit of edge here and there had chipped off, in some forgotten adventure.

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  • We climbed higher into a fine alpine meadow of close-cropped herbs and grasses, with here and there a weather-worn Turkestan maple standing hunched and alone among giant boulders, lichened wood and stone looking very much alike.


  • The cobblestone way beneath them branched into other pathways that led to the rides, and here and there the ground was interrupted with pits marked with arrows pointing downward and signs such as THIS WAY FOR AN UNFORTUNATE SURPRISE or COFFIN CANDY DOWN HERE IF YOU DARE.

    May Bird, Warrior Princess

  • Bushfires burnt here and there all the way north for the six hours of that journey, visible in the main as smoke hanging in the cuttings or across valleys further off, or as the blackened, smoking trunks of gum trees.


  • The remnant of Ephraem or of Juda remaining in Palestine at the time of the Exile, the remnant returning from the Captivity to form the post-Exilic community, the Messianic kingdom in its militant state and its final consummation - all these stages of the history of salvation are mingled here and there in one prophetic view.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • The trees are all thirty to fifty feet tall, spreading and unpruned, except here and there by animals, still bearing plenty of fruit in a good year.


  • Normally a good, straight driver of the ball, he had hit yet another grounder off the tee, sending it over near one of the four-hundred-year-old stone houses that could be found here and there in the foliage.

    The Italian Summer


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