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ever since

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishever sinceever sincecontinuously since My back has been bad ever since I fell and hurt it two years ago. ever
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ever sinceFederal authorities have tried to put together a criminal case against Zimmermann ever since.Instantly we fell in love with the area and have been returning regularly ever since.It has been on my conscience ever since.Matt moved to San Francisco in 1984 to go to medical school, and he's been there ever since.We bought this house in 1986 and have lived here ever since.Another interview revealed that ever since childhood she had been very suspicious of strangers.He's been acting different ever since his arrest.Ever since I can remember, I've wanted to be a dancer.I've been getting these pains in my back ever since I fell down the stairs.He's had to be kept apart from the hamsters ever since one bit him on the nose.Marsha says Michael has been difficult to control ever since she divorced his father in 1979.Joan had been an early riser ever since she was a child.Ever since the accident, Martha's been too afraid to drive.She behaved in this way ever since the first attempt...I started an exercise program five years ago, and ever since then I've felt a lot better.We've been friends ever since we met in school.
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