- all along
the whole time
- adj.全部的,所有的,整个的 adv.完全,更加,越发 pron.全部
- n.全部,全体,整体,完全之体系 adj.所有的,完整的,完全的,纯粹的,未损伤的,未打破的 adv.完全,整个
- She always had thought fashion and all it implied pretty weird people behaving sheeplike in the service of european designers.
- She is always drawn to the loveless and unfriended.
- I felt as we talked that1had been ungenerous to george.
- I had the character of a very sober modest and virtuous young woman and such I had always been.
- I always set my watch by the time-signal on the radio.
- I've always had a real soft spot for him.
- It had dawned upon me that I have never placed a proper valuation upon womankind.
- Look I'm a straight shooter
- I have been a bore of this kind myself.as a boy I was blind enough to regard mr.gladstone's proposal of home rule for ireland as bots dangerous and wicked
- At this unusual sound a huge black dog came rushing to meet the daring assailant of his ordinarily tranquil abode snarling and displaying his sharp white teeth with a determined hostility that abundantly proved how little he was accustomed to society.
- "A marriage celebrated in the colony during the war period shall not be deemed invalid by reason of its having been celebrated in a place which had not been duly licensed under section4of the principal ordinance or without compliance with the requirements of such ordinance concerning notice of marriage certificate of notice licence or competency of the officiating minister and subject as is herein provided all such marriages are hereby declared to be and always to have been valid."
- Transport has always been the master key of trade.
- --Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government.
- The chinese people have always been industrious and thrifty.
- Pursuing perfect quality and satisfying the requirement of customers is the quality guideline of ele mfg.