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ad nauseam

(ad no′zē-ăm) [L. to (sea)sickness]
Of such degree or extent as to produce nausea.
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Everybody worth anything in Nigeria politically (positive or negative) has said so ad nauseam - from Yakubu Gowon to TY Danjuma, IBB, OBJ, Ango Abdullahi and Atiku Abubakar to Kwankwaso and all the others of that Kano and related extraction.
I assume this was only published to generate vigorous debate, as the letter made some serious statements grounded in what are conspiratory theories reported ad nauseam on alternative health and anti-vaccine websites.
One such correspondent is Ray Davies of Bedwas who uses the Echo Feedback facility to espouse pseudo Communist propaganda ad nauseam.
Since 2007, I have listened ad nauseam to the Marina West (MW) developers' protestations about their difficulty in raising capital to complete their project.
What is needed now is not yet more political rhetoric, speeches and theories ad nauseam, but real action on the ground.
That the government has failed to provide a safe environment and that it is easy for criminals to escape through loopholes has been highlighted ad nauseam.
MOORS Murderer Ian Brady was slapped down by the judge hearing his mental health tribunal after first walking out then complaining: "I've listened to this ad nauseam."
At this point, supply-side economics have been examined, analyzed, debated, celebrated and rejected ad nauseam. Cut taxes, the theory goes, and the money that would have gone into government coffers is instead invested in the private economy.
to 5 p.m., then rerun it ad nauseam for the next 12 hours and into the early morning hours of Monday.
It is unfortunate that there is no way to control the massive noise that advertising of telecom services and mobile handsets makes in the media, particularly on television where the same ad for a mobile phone product or service is repeated ad nauseam. In fact, in some instances, the repetitive ad spot becomes so disgusting that instead of creating a positive sales pitch, it tends to generate a certain level of animosity in the viewer's mind.
"Oh, look at your face!", "Don't you think you should shave right now?" "Your skin looks like it needs a good scrub"EoACA* and so on, ad nauseam.
The mass proliferation of the consumer wipes market has been discussed ad nauseam in these pages.