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there and then

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthere and thenthere and then (also then and there)IMMEDIATELY immediately I thought I’d have to wait, but they offered me the job there and then. there
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there and thenIf she wasn't being paid by his rich over indulgent parents, she would have punished him there and then.If you make any kind of a mistake, you should re-record the offending passage there and then.Or perhaps he was waiting for them to start counting their blessings there and then.She went into labour right there and then.We wanted to get married there and then.He decided against buying a ticket there and then but satisfied himself with getting a list of trains to Rome.I thought Charlie would be there and then Roderick came.They want to talk about it there and then, with passion and prejudice.
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