How to use Time-and-again in a sentence

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  • We are told time and again to drink at least eight glasses of water each day.

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  • By offering discounted prices, you ensure customers make the trip come back to your stand time and again.

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  • Usually I am fickle with cosmetics and choose a different brand or product each time a tube of gloss runs out, however, I have purchased this and other Sephora products time and again.

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  • He's proven time and again that he will not be a pushover, in direct contrast to some of the incompetent and weak referees from the professional wrestling world.

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  • The Bach remedy called Rescue Remedy, used when people or animals are under great stress, has shown time and again to comfort and soothe the patient whether human or animal.

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  • The consummate businessman, Victor has proven time and again that his ruthlessness is unmatched.

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  • You can be fairly sure that once you start accepting Amex cards you will see these cards used for purchases time and again.

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  • Instead of going for the new, flashy Christmas décor that packs the shops every year, Country Christmas decorating calls for the old family favorites to make an appearance time and again.

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  • Even as online games become flashier, bloodier and more realistic, players still turn to these classic falling blocks time and again.

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  • That's been proven time and again by Britney's own actions.

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  • In recent years, this has been proven time and again by stories straight out of Tinseltown.

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  • Here's one that you dog will crave time and again.

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  • This will help guarantee it a long life, so you can pop it out time and again and it is always fresh.

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  • The Golden Ratio illustrates time and again the perfection and beauty you find throughout the universe.

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  • Being able to anticipate what they will need next and offering the right product or service at the right time is something that will keep your customers coming back to you time and again.

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  • Three is such a significant number in numerology that it has been used time and again in fiction.

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  • When designer Karl Lagerfeld took over the house of Chanel in 1983, he reinvented the bag time and again.

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  • This can all take a while, but then you have an interesting addition to your film library that you can enjoy time and again.

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  • The following very scary Ouija stories are true stories as they have been told time and again.

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  • For hard work or rugged outdoor activity, Wolverine boots are what men and women turn to time and again to be comfortable and aid their productiviy.

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  • James Stenbeck, a perennial villain returned time and again to torture the citizens of Oakdale, the fictional town where As the World Turns is set in.

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  • Throughout his tenure in Genoa City, Victor Newman and Jack Abbott clashed time and again.

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  • Considered the gold standard in travel reviews and ratings, the Mobil Travel Guide is a resource numerous travels return to time and again to find quality travel arrangements.

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  • In the intervening years, the idea of the fat-burning zone has been debunked time and again.

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  • Customers have returned to the Rebecca line time and again due to its high standards and ability to survive the washing machine, the nightclub, and everywhere in between.

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  • On the US version of the global reality franchise Survivor, women have walked away with the prize money time and again.

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  • An ability to form a mental link with another sentient being proves useful time and again.

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  • Peter Pettigrew - Pettigrew's death was a long time coming after the rat like man betrayed the Potter family and Harry time and again in his service to Voldemort.

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  • Dean has traveled back in time to meet a younger version of his father and mother, but it was John's work, his hidden caches and his research that comes back to save the boys time and again.

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  • This is a natural mosquito repellent that has been proven to work time and again.

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  • While tastes may vary, these top three establishments have proved themselves time and again by being selected as award-winning dining experiences.

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  • In these debates Douglas, the champion of his party, was over-matched in clearness and force of reasoning, and lacked the great moral earnestness of his opponent; but he dexterously extricated himself time and again from difficult argumentative positions, and retained sufficient support to win the immediate prize.

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  • But time and again they unite to defend the status quo and to seek to limit progressive reform.

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  • The two are drawn together time and again.

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