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ever and again

antiquated From time to time; occasionally; now and then. Ever and again, I find something on television worth watching, but mostly I prefer to read.
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ever and anon

now and then; occasionally. (Literary and archaic.) Ever and anon the princess would pay a visit to the sorcerer in the small walled garden directly behind the castle.
See also: and, anon, ever

ever and again

Now and then, occasionally. For example, We visit her ever and again. This phrase has largely replaced the earlier ever and anon, dating from the late 1500s, but is less common than every now and then. [Late 1800s]
See also: again, and, ever
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Just look at the mess when we left teachers and doctors to look after education and health," says Anon.
The company planned to shut down operations at Myanmar's Yadana for 10 days from April 5 to connect a gas pipeline to the country's biggest city, Yangon, Anon said, adding the Yadana gas field was expected to produce 750 million cubic feet per day (cfd) this year.
Anon ZLATAN Ibrahimovic's goal was definitely the best ever - but only until the next one against England and then that automatically takes over.
I would like Anon to know that I agree with every word he said.
Anon COULDN'T agree more with Tam Cowan re Michelle Mone.
IC, Edinburgh IN response to Anon (Record Readers, Saturday), I have not had a pay rise for five years while the cost of living has continued to rise.
The result is Anon, a new work inspired by a 1731 book by Abbe Prevost which was turned into the Puccini opera Manon Lescaut.
The site, Your Anon News, will include feeds for livestream events "as they are taking place instead of the 10-second sound bites provided by the corporate media".
In response to the letter 'Is brainwashing part of the school curriculum' (7DAYS, Sept 26), I totally agree with Anon.
Here we have anon trying to link the lean fifties with the present reign of the Queen.
Event organiser Rebecca Sedgewick, owner of Anon Lingerie in Elland, said: "I believe the most exciting thing about this event is that all the girls on the catwalk are my customers, plus my two sisters.
This year's sales target was now 269,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (Boepd) rather than 273,000, Chief Executive Anon Sirisaengtaksin told at analysts' meeting.
This is why James believes Al- Anon is so vital for anyone who is living with, a relative of, or simply affected by, someone who is an alcoholic.
Surprised they even considered it here - anon The project is being sent to a country where cheap labour will be used.