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“When we came home from the doctor, I called my on-again, off-again boyfriend Mick.”
“The object of her rant was Gage Coolidge, one of my least favorite people at Easton, and Ivy’s long-term on-again, off-again friend-with-benefits.”
“Ben Ryun Yu is the insecure, egotistical actor who has been Viola's on-again, off-again boyfriend.”
“This is fundamentally a movie about the love between two friends set against a broader backdrop of Nazi Germany, anti-Semitism and Hellman's on-again, off-again relationship with Dashiel Hammett.”
“The government in an interview with The Wall Street Journal last week touched on talks with at least one ethnic group, the Kachin, which have waged an on-again, off-again war with the Myanmar military this year.”
“Since becoming Pentagon chief in July, Mr. Panetta has yet to meet directly with his Chinese counterparts, but he said Sunday that he felt "pretty confident" that the two "major" Pacific powers—China and the U.S.—can build on what until now has been an on-again, off-again military-to-military relationship.”
“Mr. Gates last traveled to China in 2007, hoping to end the cycle of on-again, off-again military relationships.”
“TV Guide Magazine: Will Casey ever succeed in making things work with on-again, off-again boyfriend Cappie?”
“President Obama's on-again, off-again relationship with the Chamber”
“It's hard to prove fully, but for the past six months, blogging platforms (including Global Voices) have been subject to on-again, off-again access problems in Fiji.”
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