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'I have pointed out to CT [caretaler] PM that it is his govt's responsibility to take nation into confidence and inform them who is responsible for this sorry state of affairs in power sector; and is there any semblance of 'good governance' that the PMLN govt boasted about ad nauseum?'
'I have pointed out to CT [caretaker] PM that it is his govt's responsibility to take nation into confidence and inform them who is responsible for this sorry state of affairs in power sector; and is there any semblance of 'good governance' that the PML-N govt boasted about ad nauseum?.'
Charisma oozed from every pore, confining herself to scripted responses and by repeating ad nauseum the same old mantra of "strong and stable government", which had obviously been written for her by her spin doctors.
In scenes The Thick of It's writer Armando Iannucci could scarcely have dreamt up, the Tories' election guru Lynton Crosby opted for an ad nauseum proclamation of the words "strong and stable" while May's public performance was, in fact, weak and flaky.
Ferrell goofs ad nauseum while his deadpan co-star repeatedly removes his shirt to poke fun at his musclebound screen image.
Blackpool (ad nauseum) goes without saying and the discontent among supporters at rival Championship clubs such as Leeds, Bolton and Charlton should leave the Terriers' faithful in no doubt of their own good fortune.
And though you may complain on Twitter about seeing the same Capital One or AT&T commercial ad nauseum, your brain might not be as sick of it as you think, according to Nielsen Consumer Neuroscience's chief neuroscientist, Dr.
UO Board Chairman Chuck Lillis called the back-and-forth with SBA an "ad nauseum" negotiation, which has been under way since August 2015.
It has been repeated ad nauseum by politicians of all political stripes, though it is mainly of concern to hardliners who think diplomatic recognition would mean turning control of Iran over to Americans.
Spectators and those at home watching on television get to see the replays ad infinitum, sometimes ad nauseum, and at the end of some of those contentious decisions one is never actually sure who is right and who is wrong - that is, was the catch taken cleanly or did it hit the grass first.
It is another thing though that advertisements are run ad nauseum on PTV News and PTV Sports because, of late, the bigwigs at the state corporation have come to realize that advertisements offer a lucrative financial stream and they must take full advantage of this revenue bonanza.
This is repeated ad nauseum in a game incredibly shallow on content, yet one which requires an immense amount of grind to unlock its smattering of exciting elements.
In my nephew's home (my son's cousins), the expectation is for their children to use the ma'am/sir terms for every person and for every possible scenario -- ad nauseum. They are charged a quarter every single time they do not.
It is the most common of human traits repeated ad nauseum across the ages.
If they had just gone with an equally wishy- washy phrase, but one worded better -- such as Thursday's line about the " support and facilitation" of the Pakistani Army, a claim that is made ad nauseum on the LoC -- the entire controversy would have been avoided.