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  • n. Variation with the seasons


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seasonal +‎ -ity


  • Can you just give any color on any near-term seasonality we should expect there just given all the different geographies that are associated with that?

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  • This is odd given that Père David’s deer are significantly different genetically from red deer, differ from them in seasonality, behaviour, morphology and other details.

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  • The madras tie and its kin hail from an era before air-conditioning and casual Fridays, when the idea of seasonality in menswear was both more nuanced and more codified.

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  • The reason this recipe was made was for its seasonality, which is no great feat this glorious time of year.

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  • And to be fair there is what is called a seasonality to impression.

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  • And as I mentioned, in handsets RF, we are guiding the normal seasonality, which is really more close to single digits.

  • So, that together, those two effects combine to show wireless going down below normal seasonality, which is double digits.

  • No, actually, there's a -- it's not necessarily an intuitive thing, but it's a little bit of a mix issue depending on its position, seasonality, which is tied to a mix.

  • You made several references to I guess what I would call seasonality, back-to-school, holiday season. Home Page

  • "Events can play an important role in addressing seasonality, which is one of the greatest stumbling blocks in the development of Cape Town as a year-round tourism destination."


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