As we have heard ad infinitum
by now, Medicare is the fastest growing segment of an out-of-balance federal budget.
The evolution of 2G, 3G, and 4G mobile telecommunications technologies has been researched and written about ad infinitum
Yes, countries can accept a reasonable, proportional number of non-economic/legal migrants, but not ad infinitum
I AM sick to death of turning on the TV and being confronted by the Great British Bake Off/Cake Off/Bike Off/Saturday Kitchen/ This Morning Kitchen/Cook Chap Travelling in France/ Germany/Italy/Far East and so on and so on ad infinitum
Typically primulas, which after a few months get tatty and are replaced by marigolds, then pansies, ad infinitum
Someone who needs a pay day loan will undoubtedly need another next week, and the week after that ad infinitum
THEATRE Ad Infinitum
brings a new play to Liverpool next week, straight from the Edinburgh Fringe where it garnered five star reviews.
The councillors certainly won't as this would not be to their advantage, consequently the status quo will remain ad infinitum
The wealth is only created in London because successive governments have promoted the capital ad infinitum
It's apparently not a priority item, And so it continues ad infinitum
The patchers' battle will never be won, Until the whole surface is properly done.
Every six minutes the image of the star fell into a mirrored box, a sequence reproduced ad infinitum
, in a breathless, endless progression.
Of course, I would have been oblivious of the incident, as it was not captured by At The Races, until it was repla-yed ad infinitum
from the official 'scout' camera.
I want to hear these men tell us how they are going to wind up the Iraqi situation, improve our faltering economy, create new jobs, stop outsourcing, handle the national health problem, ad infinitum
The chirpy darling of the morning sofas gave an interview last week warbling ad infinitum
about the lack of quality time she was able to spend with her family.
It never fails to amaze me how people can let out a great bark of sound, and then allow it to happen once more, and then again, seemingly ad infinitum