nonconsecutive love


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  • adj. Not consecutive.


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non- +‎ consecutive


  • By turns crusty, combative and charming, Mr. Clements, who died Sunday at age 94, was elected to two nonconsecutive four-year terms as governor, in 1978 and 1986.

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  • Shortly after the 1893 inauguration that made Cleveland the only U.S. president to serve a second nonconsecutive term, he detected a rough spot on the roof of his mouth.

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  • Including the first sentence and the last sentence, which I got along with one other sentence (nonconsecutive) in the car on the way to the gym.

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  • And the constitution does not outlaw a third, nonconsecutive presidential term.

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  • You should also aim for strengthening exercises, such as push-ups, sit-ups, or weight lifting, at least two nonconsecutive days a week.

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  • Grover Cleveland: Grover Cleveland is the only President to serve two nonconsecutive terms.

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  • Because Grover Cleveland served nonconsecutive terms, he is usually double counted when compiling the number of presidents in our history.

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  • Do 15 minutes of resistance exercises two to three times a week on nonconsecutive days.


  • Remember to space the sessions out over nonconsecutive days of the week so your muscles have time to recover.


  • His wiry frame was somewhat lacking in the “mighty thews” department, and his crew had mentioned to him on at least three nonconsecutive occasions that the long, flowing red hair was less “pirate” and more “dilettante.”

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