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1. He's been in the doldrums ever since she left him.
2. Ever since the oil crisis, the industry has been in disarray.
3. Ever since their argument, the master has been making it hot for the young teacher.
4. They've been good mates ever since they were at school together.
5. Antonio has been riding high ever since he changed his job.
6. The prince and princess lived a happy life ever since.
7. You've been my best friend ever since we started in the infants.
8. There has been a close bond between them ever since she saved him from drowning.
9. I've been on the go ever since eight o'clock this morning.
10. He has been longing for her ever since she left.
11. She's been on anti-depressants ever since her husband died.
12. The image has remained in my memory ever since.
13. I have distrusted her ever since she cheated me.
14. Ever since her childhood she had read voraciously.
15. He's been depressed ever since he got divorced.
16. I've been busy ever since I came back.
17. He's borne me a grudge ever since that day.
18. We have been friends ever since.
19. She's been in a snit ever since the party.
20. He's been limping badly ever since the skiing accident.
21. He's been acting strangely ever since his Mom died.
22. She's been simmering with resentment ever since the meeting.
23. She had been worrying ever since the letter arrived.
24. He's had a car ever since he was 18.
25. Ever since the war I've had this dodgy leg.
26. The campaign has been gaining momentum ever since the television appeal.
27. My back has been bad ever since I fell and hurt it two years ago.
28. He's been harbouring a grudge against her ever since his promotion was refused.
29. I simply gave in to him,(Sentencedict.com) and I've regretted it ever since.
30. No doubt he'd been looking forward to the wedding ever since it was announced, as an invaluable chance to cut a figure and do some good public relations work.
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