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ad nauseam

Etymology: L, ad, to; Gk, nausia, seasickness
to the extent of inducing nausea and vomiting.

ad nauseam

(ad no′zē-ăm) [L. to (sea)sickness]
Of such degree or extent as to produce nausea.
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We do not have the space necessary here to list the shortcomings in the state's handling of electricity, water, education, sewage, the environment, ad nauseum.
We are constantly told that we must change, be more relevant, adapt to the times, get out of our comfort zone and so on ad nauseum, as if it were time to move past Christ.
Tagged early on with associations to sex scandals, Clinton and his improprieties have been chronicled ad nauseum.
Spam got its name from a skit by the television show "Monty Python s Flying Circus," in which a group of Vikings in a restaurant that serves all of its food with Spam tinned meat sing a song repeating the word ad nauseum, says Brad Templeton, who has thoroughly researched the subject.
More important than the criticisms, many of which in any event restate what has been published ad nauseum elsewhere (although seldom so succinctly and to the point), is Dr.
Before leaving for China, Dodgers manager Joe Torre talked ad nauseum this spring about the need for the club to force the action, taking chances on the basepaths and manufacturing runs.
At an age when most young men have returned from university to rediscover the delights of home cooking and wrap-around domestic care, Farah moved into a house full of Kenyan fanatics whose daily routine went something like: eat, run, drink, run, sleep, run, compete, run even faster - repeat ad nauseum.
Bass and Jonathan Tolins have adapted sci-fier David Gerrold's semi-autobiographical novella, reiterating and underscoring every truism ad nauseum.
That in itself is a JDAM [joint direct attack munition] on wheels, that's the one that will hurt us ad nauseum for years to come.
Even if he has not adopted the term simplified treaty', repeated ad nauseum by Nicolas Sarkozy, Romano Prodi admits that he agrees on certain points made by the French president.
Terror, used as the ultimate excuse for Israeli refusal, only helps Olmert keep reciting, ad nauseum, "If they [the Palestinians] don't change, don't fight terror and don't adhere to any of their obligations, then they will never extract themselves from their unending chaos.
After having been beaten up by public traders and analysts ad nauseum, this may be the only avenue left to show the "investment experts" there is a future as an automotive supplier.