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the little girl demanded over and over to be picked up so she could see the performers on stage
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Murad has recounted, over and over again, the events that followed the militants’ arrival in Kojo on Aug. 3, 2014.
But experts say that reusing the same washcloth over and over again is spreading more bacteria and mold to your face.
Instead, the hospital had been asking - over and over, through 10 site visits by Puerto Rican and federal officials - for repairs to the electrical grid that would end their reliance on generators.
Our chance to relive this stage adaptation of the mordant Danny Rubin and Harold Ramis movie comedy over and over and over again comes to an end.
One of Smith's co-workers couldn't find a ride home, and Smith had been listening to her try over and over again without any success.
Polley is the ideal translator of Atwood’s material, a filmmaker obsessed with circling the truth over and over, even when there are no clear answers.
Certain matters—like Lincoln's tendency to pardon military offenses—get repeated over and over again to no particular end, while others—like his discussions of emancipation—are continually cut short.
First, a quick look back at what happened (turn back now if you haven't seen the film): After being hunted by a killer and forced to re-live the day of her death over and over, college student Tree (Jessica Rothe) learns the truth.
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over and over Synonyms
Synonymsagain and again, constantly, continually, frequently, hourly, much, oft, oftentimes (or ofttimes), often, repeatedly
Antonymsinfrequently, little, rarely, seldom
Related Wordsalways, consistently, continuingly, continuously, night and day, perpetually, unceasingly, uninterruptedly; afresh, again, anew; commonly, habitually, ordinarily, regularly, routinely; intermittently, periodically, recurrently; generally, usually
Near Antonymsnow, now and then, occasionally, sometimes, sporadically; ne'er, never; once
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