time and time again

  1. repeatedly
    the unknown word turned up over and over again in the text
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  • Sons don’t resemble their fathers in every detail, I’ve noticed it time and time again, and there’s many a woman brought to bed of a son who is profoundly thankful for that fact, and expends a great deal of her postpartum energy assuring the sprog’s tata that the sprog is a dead ringer for her great-uncle Lucius Tiddlypuss. The First Man in Rome
  • Time and time again we nearly had the sail to the yard when the wind tore it from our fingers. A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES
  • He dreams of becoming a photographer, but is drawn time and time again into the city 's criminal underworld. The Sun
  • From the GLBTI/LGBTI/GLBTIQQXYZABC organisations here in good ol' bwoy WA time and time again. A Letter to Congressman Frank
  • Plane after plane had been "skyjacked" within the world and too many gave into the demands of the terrorists, encouraging them to attempt the same stunt time and time again. HASBARA: 31rst Anniversary of The Great Entebbe Rescue!
  • But don't worry -- if an attorney is known to bring questionable cases time and time again, even if they aren't disciplinarily actionable, s/he will essentially be crapping where s/he sleeps by pissing off the bench and wouldn't be good for business, ultimately. Just Another Nuisance Malpractice Case
  • The nuisance and bother that raises its head time and time again in Portlaoise did so again over the weekend.
  • I don’t trust them not to abuse this sort of technology, indeed they have shown themselves time and time again untrustworthy to have it, especially where that technology can be used so easily to deny individual rights and freedoms. A Perfect Device For Unruly Youth? « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
  • As we have seen time and time again, these international reverberations are by no means unidirectional or even multidirectional, but revolving.
  • Knowing how to add one to garments is a skill you will use time and time again. Times, Sunday Times
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