60,000 BP, intermittent connection from c.
By this stage, the Western Empire was in intermittent decline.
8 million people because of one of Kenya's intermittent droughts.
From 1350 to 1381, Venice fought an intermittent war with the Genoese.
However, their use is frequently limited by their intermittent nature.
The Duchy of Normandy survived mainly by the intermittent installation of a duke.
There was an intermittent dynastic struggle between the descendants of Edward III.
During his time with the band, Jones was subject to intermittent criticism from Daltrey.
They engaged this fleet in intermittent battle, driving them away on New Year's Day 1602.
The fraternal kings showed only intermittent signs of friendship and were often in rivalry.
Although Thomas had previously written for the BBC, it was a minor and intermittent source of income.
A prime example of an intermittent lake is Lake Cerknica in Slovenia or Lag Prau Pulte in Graubünden.
But by 1479 the alliance was collapsing and war with England existed on an intermittent level in 1480–1482.
Its meetings appear to have been intermittent, but it was revived by Henry VII for his heir, Prince Arthur.
These are called intermittent lakes, ephemeral lakes, or seasonal lakes and can be found in karstic terrain.
The king failed to arrive to lead the English army and the result was intermittent skirmishing until early 1482.
After the Uqair conference, Kuwait was still subjected to a Saudi economic blockade and intermittent Saudi raiding.
This established the preconditions for a series of destructive and intermittent conflicts, known as the Wars of Religion.
Thick low cloud and intermittent rain hid the view and only ten crews could see the German ships for long enough to bomb.
In some cases a power plant produces much less power than its rated capacity because it uses an intermittent energy source.