impermanent


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intended, used, or present for a limited time

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not permanent

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existing or enduring for a limited time only

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The creative society does not embody the idyll unity of talents and technologies in a tolerant environment but a rather grim competition for technological territories, impermanent cultivation of which--under the influence of changeable social demand--presupposes salutatory transformations and changes of culture.
Agreeing with the verdict of The Times, the Guardian went a step further, calling the touring side as a 'disconsolate trudge and 'a technological naivety', and called the batsmen as impermanent.
They are organized in four sections that consider different methodologies for investigating the diversity that is primate sociality, the formation of impermanent social groups, the creation and development of "we" consciousness, and new theories of groups.
If not for manuscripts and writing, our heritage would have been oral, which is impermanent and usually wastes away," said Azab.
Although this copy of the Diamond Sutra admonishes us that all is impermanent, the longevity of its influence and even its physical endurance warn us against too quickly putting aside the past and moving on.
All the Chairmen and Managing Directors of the institutions should not be on ad hoc basis as the organizations with impermanent heads could not be put on the way to progress.
So if you are impermanent, how can your problems be permanent?
According to it all things validly knowable, that is validly cognisable, are either impermanent or permanent depending on whether or not they have the ability to produce an effect.
The 'wheel' is firmly held in the clutches of Yama, the Lord of Death, which reminds us that life is impermanent and the only way to seek peace and permanence is to get rid of the cycle.
Palestinians are in their home, and Israelis are impermanent colonists.
Just as each moment one spends preoccupied with one's own mortality is a moment not spent enjoying our impermanent existence, each moment one spends mourning the loss of a blossom is a moment wasted.
Cunningham's astonishing essay "The Impermanent Art" alone is worth the money.
Faced with this heavy hand, many fathers go underground, with cash work, few traceable assets, and a transient, impermanent life.
For slot allocation to the nodes with a transmission cycle larger than one superframe, which called impermanent nodes, the following process is performed:
Because this life is impermanent, we should appreciate it and value its knowledge and beauty according to God's commandments, which helps in deepening our faith and complements our acts of worship.