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A Dose Of One's Own Medicine »
(the bad thing one does to others happens to oneself...)

All Year Round »
(it happens during all of the months of the year...)

At The Mercy Of Someone »
(that person has power over one; that person will decide what happens to one...)

Back To Back »
(one thing happens immediately after the other thing...)

Cross Your Fingers »
(hoping it happens that way...)

Every Now And Then »
(it happens sometimes, but not often...)

Every Once In A While »
(it does not happen often, but it happens sometimes...)

From Time To Time »
(it happens occasionally...)

Icing On The Cake »
(a second great thing happens in addition to the first...)

If So »
(if that happens or is true...)

In Any Case »
(either way; if either result happens...)

In The Meantime »
(until it happens; while you are waiting; the time before thing...)

Par For The Course »
(that naturally happens while doing that; it is natural...)

Prone To Something »
(that thing often happens...)

When It Rains, It Pours »
(it hasn't happened for a long time, and then it happens all at once...)

With Each Passing Day »
(time goes by while it happens...)

Without Fail »
(It always happens...)

Year In, Year Out »
(It happens repeatedly for many years...)

Year Round »
(It happens all during the year; it does not stop during any part of the year...)



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