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continuing forever or indefinitely

tiresomely long

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CENTENNIALISM AND NATIONALIST NARRATIVES Many eternalizing mechanisms were undertaken in 1967, Canada's centennial year, including the publication of A Dictionary of Canadianisms on Historical Principles, deliberately expedited from 1970, its original publication date.
As Jacoby realizes, the utopian impulse has always functioned to counteract this eternalizing tendency relativizing prevailing social orders and placing them in relief against more desirable historical possibilities.
Art Gallery Chair feedback on this piece: In what at first may look to be a common Earth globe, Callanan's A Planetary Order makes a poetic statement by shifting our attention from the usual geographic information by voiding the usual terrestrial markings, and instead presents an immortalized ephemeral instant, eternalizing a fleeting moment shared by the global whole, giving us pause to reconsider what really matters in this world.
It seemed like an attempt by Romania's ruling politicians to demonize the already most prejudiced against community in Europe and eternalizing negative stereotyping of them, instead of showing strong political will to integrate them.
Like his predecessor, Grimaldi deploys classical music, in this case Purcell, to accompany visual images of human squalor and suffering, not as a means of counterpoint but rather as a method of eternalizing the elemental struggles that his camera presents to the viewer.
8) Allegory resonates with feminine temporality through the sense of infinity that this emblematic narrative form imparts, since an allegory both enlarges one text to create others and represents a form of eternalizing art.