as always

as always

As is typically the case. Well, Ted is late, as always—I knew he wouldn't get here on time.
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as ˈalways

as usually happens or is expected: As always, Polly was late for school.
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The difference is that Mumbo Jumbo does not reveal an immutable truth that explains and firmly establishes the events of the past; rather, it exposes as always suspect the grounds upon which such knowledge is founded.