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As usual; as always happens:‘opinions, as always, were divided’‘as always, I think that consumers are looking for a product that tastes good’
- ‘I was walking through the market, as always.’
- ‘I'm going to work to do better as always.’
- ‘Rated among the most promising of Bollywood's crowd pullers, he proved to be much in demand today, as always.’
- ‘If you require course advice you can see Vanessa Smith as always.’
- ‘Their evening had been idyllic, devoid of any type of confrontation, as always.’
- ‘His laugh was light and as wonderful as always.’
- ‘We are continuing to follow the issue here as always.’
- ‘We'll give you the facts, as always.’
- ‘Thank you very much, Louise, for your outstanding reporting, as always.’
- ‘The offense still battles inconsistency, but the defense and rebounding, as always, are solid.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.