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Synonyms for evergreen

a plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year

(of plants and shrubs) bearing foliage throughout the year

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But McDaniels insists that an evergreen clause is a trap if you aren't aware of the deadline.
An evergreen clause provides maximum employment security and is especially helpful to avoid a crisis resulting from board and leadership changes.
The amount renewed under an evergreen clause is the current value or the amount shown on any schedule included in the letter of credit.
Bullock's contract from automatically renewing next year, as specified by an evergreen clause in the contract.
Tensions continue to rise between the union and management, but the evergreen clause limits the tactics to wearing T-shirts and flying banners on cars in the Post parking lot calling on Pulitzer to make concessions and demonstrations.
An agency shop clause and an evergreen clause that would allow contract terms to continue between their expiration and a new agreement, or until an impasse in negotiations is reached.