In the realm of our thoughts, frequency can be a big thing. For instance, if I’m thinking about eating a cookie that’s supposed to go with my drink, or if I’m thinking about something I’ve just done, it may all be in the realm of my short-term memory. However, I also think about long-term things such as my next paycheck.
Frequency is also related to period. If I think about how I’m going to meet my friend’s baby’s mother on a certain date, but I also think about how it’s only a 10-minute drive, I’m probably thinking about something that happens in the first half of the week.
Frequency and period relate to our ability to remember things. It’s pretty clear that the more frequent something is, the more likely we are to remember it. In other words, the longer we are with something, the more likely we are to remember it. As a general rule, with a shorter period, we are more likely to remember things that happen over a period of time. The same is true for frequency and period with the opposite trend.
The term is a bit of a misnomer, because frequency and period don’t necessarily mean the same thing. In general, frequency means that we can remember things that happen to us often. So if I’m in the bathroom and I see a cat, I’m more likely to remember that cat than if it happens once a week. Period, on the other hand, means that I can remember things that happen to me less often.
The word “period” is a bit of a misnomer of course. Remembering something every day is generally more of a problem than remembering something every week. This is because the longer you can remember something, the less likely you are to forget it. A good example of this can be seen in the story of the guy who gets his girlfriend pregnant, and then has sex with his girlfriend’s father.
In the same way that we can make up words to describe something, we can also make up words to describe periods. If we have a period every day, it’s a period, period, period. If we have a period every week, it’s a period, period, period. But we don’t need to use the word period for periods. We can just use the word period. Periods are just another way to describe something that happens, and that’s really all that’s happening.
It wouldnt be possible to make up a phrase that describes periods if we can’t describe them with an adjective. Periods are what happens within the time period of each day. We can have periods that are 30 days apart, but we still have a period. We can have other periods that are 1 year apart, but we still have a period. Period is just an adjective. Periods are what happens for a period of time.
I have been trying to think of a way to describe period in this context, but I have not found any. The one that comes to mind is the phrase “the period of time between events.” The phrase “the period of time between events” would be pretty accurate when describing a period of time that is more like a decade, but if you have an event happen a year after another event, it’s still a period.
If you remember, the period between the first and second XKCD comic-book cartoon was one of the most popular years of the year. I don’t remember which comic, but I do remember that it was a period that is still considered to be a popular time period in the comic book world. However, I also remember that it was a period of time that was a bit of a hassle to navigate through.
This is a period that is a little bit tougher to navigate because it is a bit more dense and contains a lot more information. It is a period that you can think of as a year, but you have to spend some time sorting through all the information in the period to find what you want.