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existing or remaining in the same state for an indefinitely long time

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remaining in force or being carried on without letup

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of long duration

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Trony, asan established leader in the fast growing off-grid market, will continuingly expand its capacity to capture the multi-decade growth opportunities ahead.
This is done by making clear and continuingly repeating images that you wish to make real.
As a male reader of the Torah, I am continuingly impressed with the additional and necessarily different insightful comments that these women offer.
In fact, the UK continues to achieve because of the strengths of London as a business and financial services centre, the underlying strengths of the UK in securing service sector investment and, crucially, the continuingly special corporate relationship between the UK and the US.
John Hornby, the chief operating officer of the group, said: "Enabling all employees to transfer to the GPPP enables The NEC Group to provide a level playing field for pension provision while managing the level of financial risk to which the company is exposed throughout these continuingly difficult times.
The US Army Medical Department (AMEDD) has waged a continuingly successful battle against disease, which has historically been the greatest killer of Soldiers until comparatively recent times.
This stable period from 1990 to 1993 was followed by a sharp and continuingly steep increase in the population in custody which began in 1994, and can arguably be linked to the famous 'Prison Works' speech of his successor, Michael Howard, at the Conservative Party Conference in October 1993.
However, the meaning is that there wouldn't be a continuingly progressed inspiration for poetry, music, writing, thought, and etc, if we didn't see a value of criticism, or an importance of having critics in all different aspects of life.
The notion of this is going to be a negotiable question does not mean true to any Palestinian who lives up against one of these settlements that are continuingly being expanded.
Steins achievement of a new mode of thinking outside policed categories--as well as, later, of a form of writing Howe differentiates from her earlier work for its peacefulness, her "pleasurable awareness of all that does not fall within the range of her control" (Dress 45)--are both fruits of her rigorous philosophical training which she never renounced, but instead gathered into her life's "daily work and prayer, a single liturgy" Therefore, in response to a distressed letter from a former fellow student (and later, fellow nun) that their continuingly skeptical, Lutheran-convert of a teacher, Husserl, lay dying, she wrote--in words made famous by Pope John Paul II's quotation of them as wholly characteristic of her in his homily of beatification on May 1, 1987:
That is in the context of continuingly high rig lease rates, at a time when oil and gas prices have come right down.
We have been continuingly losing the sensibility of our ancestors, who could imagine a universe in a grain of sand, who could respond the language of nature, for whom everything was intelligible in terms of Jove.
The relations to be pointed out may, I hope, further our understanding of the workings of the two poems and their continuingly strong effect on us as readers.
96) This is a more creative move than to allow oneself to be continuingly caught in trivial downstream research whose upstream flows out of the mainstream secular, naturalistic, reductionist framework that either implicitly or explicitly deny as a matter of principle the ontological reality of a higher yet deeper implicate order underlying and influencing the manifest explicate order of sense and sensible experience.
Goodbye, Babylon was one of a long line of similar efforts--among them, Harry Smith's landmark 1952 Anthology of American Folk Music and Bear Family Records' continuingly dazzling output--to archive valuable recordings saved from oblivion by collectors.
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