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All the time and always

always

adverb

on every occasion

necessarily

adverb

always, or in every situation

ever

adverb

at any time in the past, present, or future

constantly

adverb

always or regularly

invariably

adverb

always, or almost always

hourly

adverb

often, or all the time

all the while

all the time that something is happening

at all times

always

the whole time

continuously during a period

round-the-clock

adjective

happening or done all day and all night

conscious uncoupling

the act of ending a marriage or romantic relationship in a way which shows that the two people will remain friends …

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astronomer

someone who studies the stars and planets using scientific equipment including telescopes

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silver splitter

someone who divorces or separates from his/her partner in late middle age

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