continuity


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Synonyms for continuity

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Synonyms for continuity

uninterrupted connection or union

a detailed script used in making a film in order to avoid discontinuities from shot to shot

the property of a continuous and connected period of time

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The hypothesis of mental continuity throughout organic evolution may be used in two different ways.
The nature and relative proportions of the inhabitants of oceanic islands likewise seem to me opposed to the belief of their former continuity with continents.
Yes, time will pass; time, which arranges all things, and the old relations will be reestablished," Alexey Alexandrovitch told himself; "so far reestablished, that is, that I shall not be sensible of a break in the continuity of my life.
Granting the continuity of life," said he, in his most didactic manner, "none of us can predicate what opportunities of observation one may have from what we may call the spirit plane to the plane of matter.
It was wonderful, the vast variety of forms into which she threw her intellect, with no continuity, indeed, but darting' up and dancing, always in a state of preternatural activity -- soon sinking down, as if exhausted by so rapid and feverish a tide of life -- and succeeded by other shapes of a similar wild energy.
The lake had lost the beauty of a field of ice, but still a dark and gloomy covering concealed its waters, for the absence of currents left them yet hidden under a porous crust, which, saturated with the fluid, barely retained enough strength to preserve the continuity of its parts.
After this, it seemed to Katharine that the book became a wild dance of will-o'-the-wisps, without form or continuity, without coherence even, or any attempt to make a narrative.
He had a right to compose "Thoughts": they have the force in them which makes up for their unavoidable want of continuity.
MANAMA: Batelco has won the Best BCI Middle East Award (Best Continuity and Resilience Team 2015).
Abu Dhabi: The UAE has launched a revised business continuity management standard to ensure organisations across the country continue operating throughout any emergency, a senior official said yesterday.
Mashreq, one of the UAE's leading financial institutions, recently hosted a Business Continuity "Meet the Experts" (MTE) session.
As the bipartisan Continuity of Government Commission (COGC) put it in a 2003 report: "If anyone doubts the importance of Congress in times of crisis, it is helpful to recall that in the days after September 11th, Congress authorized the use of force in Afghanistan; appropriated funds for reconstruction of New York and for military preparations; and passed major legislation granting additional investigative powers and improving transportation security.
Should a pandemic strike, the company would make operational the components of its continuity plan for communicating with its employees, vendors and customers.
Hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters, the ongoing threats of terrorism, and the auditing profession's increased emphasis on business continuity planning have captured the attention of higher education executives.
Continuity of mission-critical infrastructure and applications is one of the biggest challenges they face, and the number one mission-critical application is email.