How to use Time-and-time-again in a sentence

time-and-time-again
  • Our local councils have been exposed time and time again for dirty dealings.

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  • Would n't it be better if he 'd release something new instead of the same old songs rehashed time and time again.

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  • A mask can be taken off and removed as needed, and can be worn time and time again if stored properly.

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  • You want to give them a reason to come back to the blog time and time again.

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  • The Treasury's short term, blinkered, approach to the fishing industry has time and time again thwarted the adoption of sensible policies.

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  • The Treasury 's short term, blinkered, approach to the fishing industry has time and time again thwarted the adoption of sensible policies.

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  • You'll likely come across some of the same hints and clues time and time again.

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  • Consider purchasing a simple dress that can be worn time and time again and adding accessories to dress it up.

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  • Her role on the hit series has won her praise as being compassionate, especially when her cohort, Cowell, blasts the candidates time and time again.

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  • What can be said about Kanye West that hasn't already been said time and time again?

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  • Whether you're shopping for boys' pants for play or fancy event, you'll most likely find stores and brands that you prefer and turn to time and time again.

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  • Even if you only own one or two of these coveted sweaters, you can certainly wear them time and time again without looking exactly the same.

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  • This information is best reiterated time and time again.

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  • You can see it in the styles that show up on celebrity faces time and time again.

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  • They were first popular during the 50s and 60s, when Hollywood starlets like Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn were spotted in them time and time again.

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  • Because custom made frames are often some of the most expensive and because they will fit you so well in so many ways, you may find yourself having new lenses made and inserted time and time again.

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  • The classic seven-zone, three-act formula was also first used here, something that would be incorporated time and time again in future titles (with slight changes here and there).

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  • Among the Xbox 360 games list, these titles are easily among the most popular on the video game console, skyrocketing to the top of the sales charts time and time again.

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  • I say time and time again that I think this is easily California's best sparkling wine for the price.

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  • Overall, there were a few pros and cons that seemed to keep popping up time and time again in the T-Mobile Shadow reviews.

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  • Examples of the Golden Ratio in nature show up time and time again illustrating the sheer perfection and exquisite beauty that exists all around us.

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  • People who have used this book have time and time again told me how helpful this book has been to them.

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  • They have proved time and time again that they make the best suit available.

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  • However, time and time again clinicians have shown the main ingredient in Alteril, valerian, is effective at promoting healthy sleep.

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  • They can be used time and time again as the candle does not burn away.

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  • Angels also make a perfect costume choice for little girls and can be worn time and time again when creating elf or fairy costumes.

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  • Yet Vittadini proves time and time again that she knows when to halt her creativity.

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  • Not only has it been stamped with the celebrity seal of approval by the likes of supermodel Linda Evangelista and Hilary Duff, it's also earned itself major points for its ability to reinvent itself time and time again.

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  • Although they came from two different worlds, they shared a powerful romance that would bring them back together time and time again.

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  • She worked hard to keep his eye fastened on her, but Ryan's heart returned time and time again to Gillian Andrassy.

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  • Body art stencils tend to be inexpensive, especially considering you can use some of them time and time again.

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  • People who return to your website time and time again are likely to become customers and refer your organization to others.

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  • A printable list can be used time and time again to gain control of all of the different facets of your busy life from organizing bills to providing your babysitter with all the necessary information.

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  • The best workout songs ever show up time and time again on fitness magazine recommendations and fitness professionals' blogs and YouTube videos.

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  • Be sure that when you market yourself, you focus on something new and innovative and not lingerie that has been done over time and time again by Victoria's Secret.

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  • Unlike undergarments that rely on elastic for shaping, which can stretch out of shape over time, microfiber resists this stretching and will pop back into shape time and time again.

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  • Torpedo -- or cone -- bras make their appearance time and time again as the economy shifts to a more positive outlook and they first made their debut after World War II, perhaps named for the torpedos used in wartime.

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  • All they've ever done is bring you catchy guitar hooks, wry and witty lyrics, and some supremo drumming, and still they somehow get overlooked time and time again.

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  • The band, which has been releasing records for almost three decades now, has managed to churn out the hits time and time again.

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  • Their pop-tinged folk has proven to be a winning formula time and time again.

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  • There's a certain something to most Disney songs that draw viewers in time and time again.

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  • Clever. Many Disney tracks feature a good amount of quick words and cleverly crafted lines that viewers can revisit time and time again.

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  • For someone who hasn't read the book watching Ron try to use his broken wand time and time again will seem to serve comedic purposes that only children can truly enjoy.

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  • The Paul Conway (American Heritage) style isn't 100 percent leather, but it comes up time and time again in firefighting forums as a viable option for those who wish to purchase a leather helmet.

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  • From grandma to toddlers, this restaurant attracts the locals time and time again.

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