true to form

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True to form, she carried singing and even posted a video of the windy weave being untangled from the fan by her security.
Mickleson, true to form, dodged the bullet and failed to confirm his true feelings.
say you've still got to play So we play "You'll Not Walk Alone" And we cry for our own We play "Abide With Me" We had to walk through a storm Cos right on cue, true to form Gutter press started churning out lies Did you see Thieves?
WHEN David Joseph saw his racing colours of red, white and blue in the shape of a heart on the front page of yesterday's Racing Post, he believed it augured well for his recent purchase True To Form and the owner's hopes were realised when the four-year-old landed the 1m2f handicap.
TRUE TO FORM is well capable of defying a 6lb penalty in the Ricky Hatton Here 9th November Handicap at Brighton.
TRUE To Form can defy a 6lb penalty in the Ricky Hatton Here 9th November Handicap at Brighton today.
True to form, this is an alternate mix of earlier album Welcome To The Monkey House.
MrMurdoch said: "Bob was a tireless worker and, true to form, he put up a good fight.
For all the paper talk Ashton, Doyle, a Standard Liege player, nothing, but it's become true to form with O'Neill and transfers.
But then, true to form, Ferrara let loose: "What do I think?
Instead, true to form, it comes over as an opportunity for score-settling and making money.
She threw one for her media chums and, true to form, Stefanicki was late for her own bash.