Lindsay Tanner It seems that every now and then we go through a period in which there is speculation around Australia's relationship with China.
Every now and then we get real-life hurling in the movies.
The western keeps returning to us on TV and movies every now and then in varied forms.
Every now and then I think of what I could do with paint.
He tuned his guitar for about 20 minutes and all you'd hear was distortion, but every now and then you'd hear something really beautiful.
Something along the lines of Taken Out may well send you into a suicidal spiral but then every now and then you stumble across those crappy.
Every now and then sport takes off on a journey of its own, leaving reason in its wake.