time and again


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time and (time) again

Repeatedly. Why do you continue to trust John when he just lies to you time and again?
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time and again

Again and again; repeatedly.
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Time and again the guarding line was drawn back twenty or thirty miles to escape the contagion of the multitudinous dead.
Time and again the impulse surged over White Fang, and each time, as he yielded to it, he was checked by the master's voice.
And time and again I heard the one explanation "IF I HADN'T BEEN DRUNK I WOULDN'T A- DONE IT.
Next day, time and again, the baying hounds came down the canyon, plunged off to the left on the trail Carlson had made for them, and were lost to ear in the farther canyons high up the mountain.
I don't believe in it--MUCH--but Judy says she's seen it come true time and again.
Yet I have seen the same man, time and again, fly into the most outrageous passion over a trifle.