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at times

Occasionally. I love my family, but at times, I just need to take a vacation by myself.
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at times

sometimes; occasionally. I feel quite sad at times. At times, I wish I had never come here.
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at times

Occasionally, sometimes, as in Away from home for the first time, Mary was homesick at times. [Early 1500s] Also see at one time or another.
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at ˈtimes

sometimes: At times I wonder whether he’ll ever get a job.
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at times

On occasion; sometimes.
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where [N.sub.1] and [N.sub.0] are the number of cases at times [t.sub.1] and [t.sub.0], respectively.
While being a perfectionist can at times be a good thing, especially for accountants, we all know how it can keep us from achieving our goals.
Because of a lack of such analysis, Women and Redemption reads at times like a historical rep ort.
At times, the medical director will be expected to determine the appropriateness of health care decisions made by other health care providers, including physicians.
At times, they served up analytical pieces on the president's goals like the ones Thomas Friedman of The New York Times produced in the early days of the crisis that aggressively compared the administration's rhetoric with our real, historical interests in the region.