Wellspring's long term outcomes are not founded and have routinely come into question in the medical community.
"I grew up in an era when 40,000 people routinely came to Aqueduct on a Saturday," he said.
Today's computers routinely come with bloated, unwanted programs set up to run every time you start the machine.
It is an anti-sprawl model that other planners from around the country routinely come to research.
Some visitors came routinely from Stamford, more than an hour away.
Countries with the best teachers routinely come top of the international league tables.
Less dramatic but more common ethical choices come routinely to intelligence analysts, who must decide each day what gets reported to policy makers.
They do not routinely come with maid service or a pool, nor are most on the beach.
A. That depends on your office and whether you routinely come into contact with customers or clients.
It was attended by black people who did not routinely come to the gallery.