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  • r  in a recurrent manner

  • Yet Pegler recurrently passed devastating judgments on menor women with a damning epithet.
  • Over those centuries they recurrently resisted foreign invaders, particularly their predatory Chinese neighbors.
  • Democratic delay on the tariff bill was recurrently cited by Republicans as the reason for unsettled business.

  • SM Krishna in Hindu
    Despite achievements, the dialogue and our very relationship with Pakistan have come under stress recurrently because of the license which terrorist groups have had in Pakistan to carry out attacks on India,Mr. Krishna said.
  • John Kenneth Galbraith in Business Day
    John Kenneth Galbraith, in A Short History of Financial Euphoria, noted that: "Financial operations do not lend themselves to innovation. What is recurrently so described and celebrated is, without exception, a small variation on an established...
  • Pascal Lamy in Xinhua
    The question of subsidies in the form of low-priced energy products, especially natural gas, has recurrently stirred hot debate among WTO members and is also part of the on-going negotiations,Lamy said.

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