impermanence

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Synonyms for impermanence

the property of not existing for indefinitely long durations

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SOUNDBITE 5: Mujo Begic, medical examiner (Bosnian, 16 sec):
HELPING HAND: But the strain on young people having to look after older relatives can be considerable PICTURE: Mujo Korach/IBL/Rex
TYRANT: Mugabe SUPPORT: Ellie Mujo (manager), Lukman Alizada (client), Monish Bhatia (Huddersfield University research student and lecturer), Shanaz Parveen (Bradford University student) and Patrice Dlamini (volunteer co-ordinator and deputy manager) PW210110Fkraft-05.
That sound, pioneered by Mujava along with peers like Bojo Mujo, DJ Ghost, DJ Tsala and MaChance comprises a scene unto itself, informally known as township house or Pretoria house.
from the interview with Mujo Kukuruzovic, recorded in 1935 in the region
That day, the Earth and the sky were burning,' said Mirsada Stocevic, aged 27, describing how Serb troops separated her and her 15-month-old son Mujo from her husband Mustafa.
Erdely presents complete transcriptions of three epic songs from the Bihac region of Bosnia: Mujo Velic's Zenidba Ograsovic Ale and Murat Zunic's Sila Osmanbeg i Pavisic Luka, both recorded by Parry in 1935; and Ibrahim Nuhanovic's Rabovanje Osmanbeg Omerbegovica recorded by Lord and Bynum in 1963.
It was created by Josh Harker, the artist behind the Shogyo Mujo Skull at Burning Man festival in 2014.