No friend of liberty can avoid the tumble back and forth between Burke and Paine.
I had to commute from Jackson, Mississippi, and I commuted back and forth for eight months.
After a back and forth seesaw race, both candidates were locked on 49% with 99% of the votes counted.
But to watch two elite players counterlooping back and forth with gravity-defying spin is remarkable.
These voting problems and lines and so forth are just embarrassing.
I had to stand around a little, and pass things, and so forth.
The proprietors of the show may be dukes, and earls, and marquisses, and so forth.
It was all a question of the lie of the land, and strategy, and so forth.
Still there was nothing like certainty; 'twas always best to be off wi' the old, an' so forth!
Padding back and forth were things which might have been conceived by demons.
Old English forð "forward, onward, further, continually," perfective of fore, from Proto-Germanic *furtha- (cf. Old Frisian, Old Saxon forth "forward, onward," Old Norse forð, Dutch voort, German fort), from PIE *prto-, from *pr-, from root *per- (1) "forward, through" (see per).