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“To this day, when I drive past a fast-food restaurant, I hear a phrase oft-repeated by my mom throughout my childhood.”
“Either way this oft-repeated pattern results not only in wasted effort, but significant delays in moving forward.”
“Politically, meanwhile, the oft-repeated U.S. demand that Gadhafi must leave power and leave Libya has left the Obama administration with little wiggle room for a creative diplomatic solution.”
“Indiana Rep. Mike Pence's paean to American exceptionalism recalls Reagan's oft-repeated description of the United States as a "shining city on a hill.”
“Let's begin with the oft-repeated stupid analogy — that religion and science are compatible only in the trivial sense that marriage and adultery are compatible.”
“I think what is being discussed, at least in my opinion, are statements like Sagan's oft-repeated "the cosmos is all there ever is, was, and will be.”
“The anecdote lends nuance to the oft-repeated narrative that Belgium's 19th-century leaders, kings included, were entirely Francophone and committed to suppressing Dutch.”
“The oft-repeated statement is that 66% of bankruptcies are in some way related to medical expenses, and this may likely worsen.”
“Of all the reasons I've heard from people who oppose same-sex parenting, perhaps the most oft-repeated concern is that having gay or lesbian caregivers sets up a lifetime of trauma for the child who will endure teasing about the comparative oddity of her family.”
“I adopt my oft-repeated routine: splashing the water towards you in a flashing spray as I pretend to drop it all over the place.”
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