ever-recurring love

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  • They were particularly annoyed by the ever-recurring Mrs. Proudie.

    Contract Killings on the Sets of Soaps and Sitcoms

  • It provides the living witness of the early Church to the solution of the ever-recurring problem touching us as citizens of a state and members of the Church because all persons, in addition to the complex of influences affecting their personality and status as citizens, are in the Church or are called to her.

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  • This parable had a particularly powerful, comforting influence during the long, ever-recurring period of exile the Jewish people had endured.

    Rabbi Awraham Soetendorp: Retrieving G-d's Hidden Rays of Light: A Global Partnership Is Emerging

  • This old and ever-recurring complaint does not depend upon any actual deterioration of the times, for the times are constantly growing better.

    Making Light: Open thread 134

  • Is this to be an ever-recurring celebration of the arrival of Irish genius?

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  • The inexplicable popularity of Corona in the 80's, the dot-com boom and bust and now Obama - no reason to be surprised to by this ever-recurring phenomena.

    Breaking: Hillary Campaign Goes To War With MSNBC Over Chelsea "Pimp" Comment

  • Wood brings this degree of attention and rigor to his compressed discussions — but rich in specifics — of narration, character, dialogue, language (including rhythm, repetition, metaphor and levels of diction), the use of detail and the ever-recurring debate over literary realism.

    Required Reading

  • I completely agree with you on the nature of DM being something that can in further discovery be ruled out unanimously as the ever-recurring Aether.

    What’s the (Dark) Matter?

  • In the midst of these ever-recurring cares, joys, and catastrophes, the only person neglected in the house is myself.

    Letters of Two Brides

  • What meant those words of hate and love mixed so strangely together, the ever-recurring names falling on his ears again and again — Nina, Dain; Dain, Nina?

    Almayer's Folly

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