constantly recurring

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He vividly recalled all the constantly recurring instances of inevitable necessity for lying and deceit, which were so against his natural bent.
Where would have been the wonder, even, if those praises had found a quick response in the breast of Madeline, and if, with the image of Nicholas so constantly recurring in the features of his sister that she could scarcely separate the two, she had sometimes found it equally difficult to assign to each the feelings they had first inspired, and had imperceptibly mingled with her gratitude to Nicholas, some of that warmer feeling which she had assigned to Kate?
Strong's were constantly recurring to me, at this time; were almost always present to my mind.
To have a great gang of seven hundred, whom I could not know personally, or feel any individual interest in, bought and driven, housed, fed, worked like so many horned cattle, strained up to military precision,--the question of how little of life's commonest enjoyments would keep them in working order being a constantly recurring problem,--the necessity of drivers and overseers,--the ever-necessary whip, first, last, and only argument,--the whole thing was insufferably disgusting and loathsome to me; and when I thought of my mothcr's estimate of one poor human soul, it became even frightful!
The volume was released to Western sources, who reported that the most constantly recurring phrases in the text in relation to Israel are "nabudi" -- meaning annihilation; imha -- meaning disappearing or fading out; and "zaval" meaning effacement.
This is a constantly recurring theme in a tragic setting that, in each case, victimizes Palestinians more and more.
Sydney, Dec 29 ( ANI ): Australia vice-captain Shane Watson is brooding over giving up bowling in Test cricket in order to avoid constantly recurring injuries which have plagued his career in the longest form of the game so far.
A CONSTANTLY recurring problem I have been hearing about in discussions with local people is the issue of bad private landlords.
She said: "I have constantly recurring nightmares about the attack and wake up frightened in the middle of the night.
Conquest deals with the most constantly recurring factor in history, which is a relentless march of peoples, often colliding and quarrelling over possession of land and assets.
The 56-year-old Iraqi artist, who has lived in exile since 1974, was deeply affected by constantly recurring words in news reports in the run up to the 2003 invasion of his homeland and its aftermath.
And with its constantly recurring characters and themes of power, family loyalty, betrayal and revenge in narrative-driven chunks, it is not farfetched to regard this as high-end Elizabethan soap.