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  • adv. Continuously since a specified time or event.
  • conj. Continuously since a specified time or event.
  • prep. Continuously since.


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  • Marsh was ignoring everything I had told the feds about being out of the RNC business ever since Tony Feather and DCI had put their stranglehold on it, in favor of the absurd notion that a guy I had worked with for years chose GOP Marketplace for the New Hampshire program based on one minor operation in a New Jersey primary.

    How to Rig an Election

  • In fact, until I became an operative for the Republican Party in the early 1990s, my family had managed to steer clear of that dirty business ever since my great-great-grandfather, Darwin Rush James, retired from Congress in 1887.

    How to Rig an Election

  • He's probably been planning it ever since the moment the book was lost and certainly since the discovery of the bodies at St. Froid.

    The Killing Kind

  • Zond was known to be large enough to carry a cosmonaut, and the idea in the American mind ever since Sputnik was that the Soviets would do everything they could to keep upstaging America in space, so we better not risk waiting around.

    First Man

  • It was a sad and complicated affair, with the three astronauts—Dave Scott, Al Worden, and Jim Irwin—unfairly bearing the brunt of the blame for a questionable practice involving personal mementos that had been going on ever since the early days of Mercury.

    First Man

  • They were first published by Arnold de Wyon, and ever since there has been much discussion as to whether they are genuine predictions of St. Malachy or forgeries.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • He and I had been waiting for Dad to read Genesis ever since the zookeeper came to Anna Stuart Dupuy School three weeks earlier.

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • You have been a wonderful father ever since and—she water-skis beautifully.

    I Used to Have a Handle on Life But It Broke

  • The Nick Mosher connection had been bothering him ever since Nora brought it up, a dull presence lodged in the side of his head.


  • What Yeager was expressing in his dealings with Armstrong were long-standing animosities aimed at the entire civilian, NACA/NASA research pilot culture that had operated at Edwards alongside the military ever since the start of the X-1 program in the mid-1940s.

    First Man


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