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as usual

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas usualas usualUSUALLYin the way that happens or exists most of the time As usual, they’d left the children at home with Susan. They didn’t invite any women, as usual. usual
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as usualHe'd be for the high jump, as usual.It was what the shearmen in the woollen manufacture, who did not work at home, regarded as usual.It will soon be back to business as usual.Maisha and Tiger meet us outside baggage claim, and Maisha is looking terrific as usual.The big beasts of medical ethics have been locking horns, the rationalists against the religious as usual.Otherwise, it was life as usual, and I was being a dutiful daughter and a good sister.And probably the truth is, as usual, double.The children, as usual, stayed behind.
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