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(1) The rugby tour was a disaster both on and off the pitch.
(2) A neon sign flashed on and off above the door.
(3) It rained on and off all day.
(4) Coloured bulbs flashed on and off around the sign.
(5) The lights flickered on and off.
(6) She fascinated him, both on and off stage.
(7) Sam was flicking a flashlight on and off.
(8) An illuminated sign flashed on and off.
(9) Red warning lights flashed on and off .
(10) The heating automatically switches on and off at pre-set temperatures.
(11) I've had toothache on and off for a couple of months.
(12) He was flamboyant and temperamental on and off the stage.
(13) Players need discipline both on and off the field .
(14) The team have had a bad year, both on and off the field.
(15) He's been smoking for 10 years now, on and off.
(16) With the Explorer pass, you can get on and off the bus as you please .
(17) Their conduct both on and off the pitch was excellent.
(18) She was the ideal American teenager, both on and off screen.
(19) I was still working on and off as a waitress to support myself.
(20) Do they mind all this jumping on and off?
(21) A big red warning light flashed on and off. Sentencedict.com
(22) I spent days, on and off, fiddling with it.
(23) The room blinked on and off with light ning.
(24) A large blue diamond was flashing on and off.
(25) The lights began to flicker on and off.
(26) By toggling this key, you can switch the italics on and off.
(27) He was a player who always conducted himself impeccably, both on and off the field.
(28) For Liverpool fans, it was a night to remember both on and off the field .
(29) The crowds were once again entertained by the number one tennis player's antics on and off the court.
(30) Don't confuse me with technicalities——all I need to know is how to turn the machine on and off.
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