in the habit

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The orders issued by the home secretary said: 'The members of Tahreek Labbaik Pakistan are in the habit to harass the general public, instigating mobs against honourable Supreme Court of Pakistan in the judgement of Aasia Bibi case and challenging the writ of the state by blocking the public thoroughfares, damaging the public property and creating panic among the masses.
According to the detention orders, the members of TLP are in the habit of harassing the general public, instigating mobs against Supreme Court's (SC) and challenging the writ of the state through blocking of public thoroughfares and vandalism.
The party was in the habit of looking towards umpire's finger.
This change in the habit and practice will go a long way to save the useful supply of water.
A spokesperson for the Saltburn, Marske and New Marske neighbourhood police team said: "Please can we all get in the habit of checking and double checking that our vehicles are locked and not give people the opportunity to gain entry easily.
The number of break-ins tends to rise during September and October when homeowners are still in the habit of leaving windows and doors open or unlocked.
"I'm not in the habit of reading the Baltimore Sun," said Sheldon Ripson, news director for KPLR (Channel 11).
"They're not in the habit of calling anything a good idea, which given the last 18 years is hardly surprising.