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  • He has played a charming bad boy on two successful sitcoms; now he's living that on a multi-channel, ever-repeated reality show.

    Amy Spies: Charlie Sheen: 'Network 2011'?

  • Income that was derived from little more than an inflation of asset values made inevitable by the ever-repeated political message that for social reasons the bubble in these values would not be allowed to subside.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • The general manager in Geneva, Dr.H. Thiemann, had a strong personality, and his ever-repeated words "one should look for the extraordinary" made a lasting impression on me.

    K. Alex Müller - Autobiography

  • And through all the glamour, the unexpectedness, and the mystery, there was sounding an ever-repeated chord of music, composed of the notes of youth, happiness, memory, desire, and expectation.

    Antony Gray,—Gardener

  • Rubbish … junk … his mind could not picture anything that so exposed and condemned all the dreary, weary, ever-repeated actions by which life is continued from day to day.

    V. Book Three: Sunrise on the Prairie

  • Nobody seemed to be for India, except Mahommed Gunga; and he said little, but asked ever-repeated questions as he rode.

    Rung Ho

  • That trick -- that full stop at the end of nearly every fourth line -- it impairs the charm of the music and renders its flow jerky; coming, as it does, like an ever-repeated blow, it grows wearisome to the ear, and finally abhorrent.

    Alone

  • Rubbish ... junk ... his mind could not picture anything that so exposed and condemned all the dreary, weary, ever-repeated actions by which life is continued from day to day.

    One of Ours

  • Now those who are familiar with the _Summa Theologica_ are aware that _Union with God_ is its keynote, or rather is the dominant note which rings out clear again and again with its ever-repeated _Sursum Corda_!

    On Prayer and The Contemplative Life

  • The outward fact is an historical drama representing an ever-repeated spiritual tragedy.

    Gloria Crucis addresses delivered in Lichfield Cathedral Holy Week and Good Friday, 1907

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