Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Tuesday, May 17, 2016


Pronunciation: \-ˈmi-tənt\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin intermittent-, intermittens, present participle of intermittere Date: 1601
coming and going at intervals : not continuous ; also : occasional — 

in·ter·mit·tent·ly adverb 

Source: Mirriam-Webster Online Dictionary http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Intermittent Retrieved 15 May 2015

Postings here will be less frequent than they have been.

Extraordinary things that I notice will be posted.

I expect to get back on a 5-days-a-week schedule in August.

Remember that nearly all the over 3,800 entries here are indexed. 

Use the search box in the right hand sidebar to find a country or a concept that you're interested in. 

And, if your web browser allows it, there's a search box at the top left corner of the blog that will sort through key words. (The search box shows up on my Safari and Netscape browsers on my desktop computer but not on my laptop.)
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