from The Century Dictionary.
- In a regular manner, in any sense of the word regular.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a regular manner; in uniform order; methodically; in due order or time.
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- adverb With constant
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adverb having a regular form
- adverb in a regular way without variation
- adverb in a regular manner
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But if you don't follow the title regularly, why would a spoiler bother you?
I don't follow the title regularly, so I wasn't sure if the issue was out, or was delayed, or, I don't know, was revealed to have a gatefold chrome limited edition signed holofoil cover.
"But if you donâ€™t follow the title regularly, why would a spoiler bother you?"
Funny ManU fans weren't complaining about the governance of football and fan involvment when they were buying the title regularly as the richest club in the world.
When referring to Iran's highest authorities, the term regularly used is 'regime', whereas in the case of Afghanistan the term of choice is 'government'.
I have bought Punisher solo comics in the past, even collecting the title regularly if a writer I liked was working on the book.
I have used the term regularly in the past and can argue for its use.
The term regularly describes someone who is paid for the applying of these gifts round the home.
For instance, UNFPA Executive Director Thoraya Obaid uses the term regularly in her public speeches.
In favor of the adjectival reading (promoted by Bennett 1984) is Spinoza's use of the term “modus”, or “mode”, in connection with bodies; this term regularly signifies a way something is, or a feature it has, functioning to group what are clearly predicates of thing, and in Cartesian usage it means both this and a dependent being.