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“The interplay between the performers is lively and very sharp, from the easy, near-constant physical contact between the twins to the verbal deliveries that switch on a dime from singsongy to snappish.”
“They banter, of course — but on this first episode, at least, it feels less forced and less frequent than the near-constant chatter that now dominates NCIS.”
“She suffered from near-constant stomachaches and broke down in tears almost every day.”
“He had to go once it was revealed that Adam Werritty – his former flatmate, self-styled "adviser", broker of unrecorded and undeclared meetings and near-constant companion around the globe – was funded by tycoons and companies with a direct and commercial interest in defence-related businesses.”
“It's left Washington in a near-constant state of gridlock.”
“Is it truly a recalcitrant mystery, yielding near-constant mediocrity at best?”
“But the Obama attacks on the banks are muted and modest compared to Franklin Roosevelt's rhetoric; and, of course, Obama receives near-constant criticism from his own left wing for being too close to the banks -- too easy on them.”
“My twenties: a time for adventure, confusion and near-constant change amid a string of successes and failures.”
“I'm enter week two of near-constant exhausition, and it's making it tought for me to put words in the right order.”
“Today, Azimi, 26, has found a purpose: She uses the radio to boost the fortunes of people with disabilities in a country where prejudices against such people are ingrained in the culture and the number of disabled people has grown significantly because of three decades of near-constant conflict.”
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