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The residents of Redcar and the surrounding area are stuck with The Beacon ad infinitum.
It was a very poorly put together piece and gave a very one sided view of this whole regeneration issue which, for those of us who still live in the Klondyke area, seems to have been continuing ad infinitum.
OUR thanks to the East-Enders tedium specialists for continuing to drag out the tiresome whoscrewed-Kat saga ad infinitum.
As well as being highly resistant, metal is re-useable ad infinitum.
They walk with head jerking, Back & forth, back & forth, ad infinitum.
Theatre Ad Infinitum production, The Big Smoke at Aberystwyth Arts Centre is performed by Canadian actor Amy Nostbakken.
Being a loser has never been a better business move than in our nation in the 21st century, where those who have failed to find a worthwhile place in society go on talent shows, fail again, make money anyway, go on a humiliating reality TV show, fail to eat enough kangeroo's testicles, make more money, get married, fail at that after four months but make more money, fail to prevent the Sunday tabloids learning of your inclination for spanking the milkman, make more money, ad infinitum.
They are a fundamental part of Scottish football and I foresee that being the case ad infinitum.
Surely this will become a distraction for a coalition that has stated ad infinitum that economic stability and tackling the deficit is their top priority.
Great advances in natural philosophy had divested the world of a strangeness that could be reclaimed, in Novalis's words, by "romanticizing the world"; a process, as Christopher John Murray puts it the Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, "wherein all aspects of the universe become identified with the subject, and are thereby refined and ennobled ad infinitum.
From high school through college-level collections into the public library arena, Nicholas Ostler's AD INFINITUM is a lively history of Latin which traces concurrent developments in the fields of linguistics, politics, world history and more, providing an enthusiastic survey which is far easier reading than the subject would seem to promise.
Copper is a durable material, of an extraordinary conductibility and 100% recyclable, ad infinitum and without the loss of its properties: reasons for which, underlines the copper industry, if Europe is serious about its new energy strategy (in particular in terms of increasing energy efficiency and renewable energies), it should develop standards relating to the minimum copper content of certain equipment and of new high-tech equipment, even if it means doing soin a statutory way.
In fact these square and elongated modules are indicative of the difference between the somewhat static original and Piano's response--a kit of skin and bones that might be replicated ad infinitum.
Bush repeating ``9-11,'' ``9-11,'' ``9-11,'' ad infinitum.
Their credibility would be strengthened if they also confronted such issues as child and spousal abuse, divorce, adultery, drug and alcohol addiction, ad infinitum.