done, made, or said again and again:
done, made, or said again and again; continual or incessant
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Repeatedly removing top growth eventually weakens tubers.
Fire ants may relocate if their nests are repeatedly drenched with boiling or soapy water.
The interior has been renovated repeatedly over the past century.
With one hand she seems to pin him to the ground, and with the other stabs him repeatedly.
He repeatedly tried to tear off his gown and had to be restrained.
The fish is then repeatedly rinsed before being shipped off for cooking and eating.
Since then, a small band of dedicated scientists has returned here repeatedly in an attempt to head off tragedy.
If you add little to little repeatedly it will become much.
It has repeatedly happened that a poet has made use of slips of the tongue or some other error as a means of poetic presentation.
He dwells repeatedly upon the determination with which our troops kept charging though themselves unprotected by cover.
Since then she has repeatedly sent me similar messages, each time promising to visit me, which she has never done.
The way you gain people's trust is to earn it over time by repeatedly proving that you deserve it.
Cheerfully and repeatedly stonewall when asked for negative information.
Critics say the new policy will stack the test in favor of students from families with enough money to take the test repeatedly.
Check repeatedly for spelling mistakes, and use a consistent format and spacing.
State interests of national security have repeatedly trumped civil liberties.
My cohort was told, repeatedly, that there would be more tenure-track positions than candidates by the end of the last decade.
One has been given, repeatedly, by many commentators.
Economists have found themselves repeatedly making excuses.
His father's small business ventures repeatedly failed.
Tsunami warnings continue to be broadcast repeatedly on the television.
But implementation of this change has been delayed repeatedly.
The company has repeatedly requested meetings with state officials and these have been repeatedly denied.
History has repeatedly shown that the central bank needs to be independent of politics.
Also, because it often has no apparent symptoms it can be transmitted repeatedly by people who don't know they have it.
After all, violent confrontation between the two nuclear powers flares repeatedly.
It has repeatedly shown a willingness to put its soldiers in harm's way.
Its products were admired for their elegant software, but the company struggled to make money and changed direction repeatedly.
The long-standing anger over prices has flared repeatedly.
But the markets have repeatedly tested that approach, requiring ever larger and more elaborate bail-outs.
Repeatedly having to remove your mask to rinse out the condensation can be both troublesome and tiring.
Wearing tape on her hands, she has to repeatedly jam them into fissures for the ascent.
They compare its effects to yanking repeatedly on a tightly coiled spring until it goes limp.
Wood was saved by his companions who repeatedly kicked the seal in the head with ice crampons until it released him.
Explain that a ritual is something that people of a common culture do repeatedly for a particular reason.
They will also enter lunar orbit, a position from which landers can repeatedly visit the moon's surface.
Next they target red blood cells, this time repeatedly, until there are billions of parasites in circulation.
Indeed, aluminum can be recycled repeatedly without any loss of its original properties.
The injury has been aggravated by the bear repeatedly rubbing her nose against the bars of her small cage.
Since then the government has repeatedly set ambitious goals-and repeatedly missed them by a mile.
Crush the chalk into a fine powder by tapping it repeatedly with a hammer.
Brushed repeatedly against a mock human head, the whiskers fed data points into the computer.
Organized by country, state and city, this is a list that travelers will refer to repeatedly.
Unfortunately, with stardom came a cocaine problem, something he denied repeatedly to the press.
The waves kept coming all night long, and for the first few hours they repeatedly inundated the three-story building.
These bears, listed as category one offenders along with those that repeatedly destroy property, are shot.
Rinse your face thoroughly with warm water, splashing the water over the skin repeatedly until your face rinses clean.
He saws repeatedly until the brain is reduced to a series of thin slabs, which are then photographed and rushed to a freezer.
But his motivations have been questioned repeatedly.
Another participant who dreamed of climbing a ladder shifted his gaze up and down repeatedly to check his progress.
We used to live near a gas station and they repeatedly violated to requirement to use the vapor recovery system.
People find it easier to recall things if material is presented repeatedly at well-spaced intervals rather than all at once.
The scientific community has repeatedly made this known to the governments of the world.
Your fingers cramp from repeatedly pushing the buttons, and your eyes get rheumy from staring at the tiny screen.
Instead they veered randomly left and right, repeatedly crossing their own paths.
There are people who try to quit on their own and fail more than even those who repeatedly go in and out of treatment.
But when oxygen levels plummet repeatedly, as they do in sleep apnea, free radicals overwhelm the carotid body.
The school repeatedly leapt out of the ocean, spurting jets of water behind them as they flew through the air.
He has since repeatedly mentioned the highway in a standard stump speech on his environmental accomplishments.
The authorities have repeatedly pressured him to identify his informants.
Often right after purchase, and repeatedly after replacement.
Scientists don't know much about the long-term health effects of repeatedly volunteering for such studies.
In addition, it deliberately repeatedly will appear at the output of filter.
People are offended when you repeatedly turn down their invitations.
They all said, though, that the maintenance of public order had been exploited repeatedly for political reasons.
He tells us repeatedly that he is among the wealthy who ought to be paying higher taxes.
It then shelled those zones repeatedly, while issuing denials that it was doing so and forbidding journalists access to the area.
The political knowledge of the average voter has been tested repeatedly, and the scores are impressively low.
They shower repeatedly, sometimes using a whole bar of soap in one go.
All in all, a really sad showing in a country where the teaching of evolution has repeatedly been held up in court.
It may be that some phenotypes are recapitulated repeatedly from the ancestral genetic variation pool.
These collisions might happen repeatedly, creating an eternal, cyclic universe.
Or jump from near the start to the video to near the end of the video and back repeatedly.
He repeatedly talks about nature, not as something to be understood and controlled, but as a mystery to be appeased.
But expanding populations that have the same genes repeatedly reinjected into their gene pools generally don't nearly as easily.
She bore deep cuts on her arms and legs, suggesting that she had been hacked repeatedly.
Six octopuses examined the bottles and lost interest, but two blew them repeatedly into their tanks' jets.
He has been repeatedly promised parole and then denied it.
His father's gambling debts forced the family to move repeatedly, and eventually his temperamentally mismatched parents separated.
He says so repeatedly in this review, and in his books.
He presents to his audience two stories and asks them repeatedly whether it matters which one is true.
We are taught to be mentally tough, training repeatedly until our muscles can react automatically.
He has been called into question repeatedly by top staff.
To think he could take over a company absolutely controlled by a family that had repeatedly said it would never sell was fantasy.
She holds her cigarette aloft while repeatedly pushing back her bright blond hair.
And then he pulled out a knife and stabbed himself repeatedly in the neck.
The father, meanwhile, repeatedly threatened to go public with his information.
Landis puts his hand over his eyes and quietly shakes his head as she repeatedly messes up the tempo, necessitating many takes.
He repeatedly stressed the importance of family values and referred to the president only twice.
But we've looked out that window over the course of the film, repeatedly.
The intention to provoke a wider war has been announced repeatedly.
He is later forced to repeatedly lie to her parents at breakfast the following morning.
Since settlement it has repeatedly flooded, sometimes with disastrous consequences.
He was jailed repeatedly for refusal to cooperate with the tribunal.