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every time I turn around

Very often, perhaps surprisingly so. I'm going broke these days because there seems to be a new problem with my car every time I turn around. Every time I turn around, Tina's won another swim meet! That girl could be headed for the Olympics one day.
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every time one turns around

Fig. frequently; at every turn; with annoying frequency. Somebody asks me for money every time I turn around. Something goes wrong with Bill's car every time he turns around.
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every time one turns around

Very often; too often. For example, Every time I turn around he's asking for more money, or Something in this house breaks down every time I turn around.
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"Every time we turn around, there's another assault on the rural way of life," Husing said.
"Every time we turn around they're telling us they're putting it off from one year to the next," he said.
"Every time we turn around, another shoe drops from this centipede, and we need to examine all of the aspects of it 6 President Trump's priorities and the other priorities that many of us believe exist," he said.
Every time we turn around that Governor is doing something stupid.
"We get fimding cutbacks every time we turn around," she said, leaving a void of services and programs.
Meanwhile, every time we turn around we hear how teens are leaving Facebook in droves, making it the domain of people too old and tired to bother moving their profiles or learn how to use a new app.
"Every time we turn around we're having to start over.
Every time we turn around there is something else to write about that would, at one time, have seemed impossible.
"Every time we turn around," he said, "it seems like there is something that needs fixing there."
Talk about global warming; every time we turn around there's another incident that creates disharmony in our environment.
Sometimes it feels to us like the weight of the whole world is resting on our backs, and we cannot escape the demands of friends, families, coworkers, spouses, and children, all of whom seem to be right in front of us every time we turn around. In this text we are reminded that there is one activity that cannot wait, one practice that cannot be shoved to the bottom of the to-do list, and that is prayer.
Every time we turn around these days, the Bank of England is putting up the base rate and the mortgage lenders are following suit - and it's always for our own good.
For better or worse, however, we now are living in a new century in which we are confronted with new technologies every time we turn around. Some come with unique user interfaces.
"Every time we turn around somebody is getting their bike stolen."
"Every time we turn around and try to do something, the EPA or some city or town has a truck in the street nailing us for something."