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business as usual

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbusiness as usualbusiness as usualBBTwhen someone or something is still working or operating normally when you think they might not be Despite last night’s scare, it was business as usual in the White House today. business
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business as usualWe need to be clear that, if Bush defeats Al Gore, there will no longer be business as usual.This is more than dictatorial business as usual.This change has involved more than just mixing up kids and carrying on business as usual.Despite the fire damage, it's business as usual at the barber shop.It will soon be back to business as usual.The next day was business as usual.Back in Los Angeles it was business as usual.So it was business as usual.How could they proceed with business as usual?
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