eternalise


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The result of this is that there is an attempt, on the one hand, to capture and eternalise the so-called fleeting moment by means of the narrative and method of presentation, almost like the congealment of paint on canvas.
He said the prime minister's residence (Baluwatar) had become Dahaltar (a place for Dahals) and urged the prime minister to spend some days in the resort at Lapsiphedi to eternalise the nation's problems.
The manner of the defeat, on procedural grounds, again seemed to confirm the assertion made to me by one judge that: 'With the Brazilian judiciary, if you have an able lawyer you can almost eternalise the discussion
When she learned of her illness she did not surrender and went out to the great battle for her life, as she had fought, with the same courage, to eternalise the memory of her husband".
You become conscious of the artist's obsession to eternalise and feel the need to put all that you see down on canvas or paper.