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Now And Then

Now And Then - sometimes; occasionally

  • I like to go out to eat now and then, but most of the time I like to eat at home.
  • My parents go on holiday now and then, but they usually do not go anywhere.
  • My sister and I go out to a movie now and then.
  • I go hiking now and then, but I do not have much time.
  • I do not like chocolate very much, but now and then I eat chocolate.

No Hurry

Now And Then

Neck And Neck

No Joke

Nut Job

Not The Time

Nervous Nellie

Not Going To Fly

Never In A Million Years

Nuts

Need To Vent

Need Some Space

No Pain, No Gain

Nut

Naked Eye

Never Mind

Night Owl

Nip It In The Bud

No-brainer

Not Rocket Science

No Way

Not At All

Not Playing With A Full Deck

Nuke

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