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uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing

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On top of this is the ever increasing workload, increasing class sizes and enormous stress that comes from the never-ending initiatives from meddling politicians.
But that was not the end of the never-ending chase.
What makes California great is our never-ending ability to believe our own hype.
Coordination for reserve Soldiers is a never-ending cycle of call-ups and deployments of which service men and women must be equipped and trained when it comes to the latest in transportation processes and programs.
We all know about the eternal game of guessing what the Federal Reserve will do in its never-ending battle against inflation.
The two carriers said Tuesday that they expect a never-ending battle for the hearts and pocketbooks of North Texas travelers, with much lower fares than what had been available before Congress permitted carriers at Love Field to sell long-distance tickets.
Punishment: Beelzebub 86's you from a never-ending legend session
Having spent two years living on site prior to constructing this modest 80sqm extension, many hours were invested in coming to terms with the lie of the land, and while sharing the place with his writer wife, Taylor was also keen to develop a strong narrative for the site; a never-ending story, that begins as you leave your car to walk the wooded path, and that continues via gate, enclosure and terrace, to infinity beyond.
In this personal memoir of pastoral life--surely one of the most interesting genres of church history--Killinger exposed the fault lines in theological education, eviscerated pastoral predecessors who were little more than power-mongering CEOs, laughed with clergy colleagues at the petulance of the laity, sympathized with clergy who were trapped in dead-end pastorates, opined that some of the best people he had known had been capable of some of the most dastardly deeds, identified the bottom line of budgets as the governing power in local churches, suggested that bungee jumping will one day be regarded by anthropologists as a symbol of our entertainment-starved culture, and enumerated the never-ending tasks of a local church pastor.
An innovative process for reinforcing rubber extrusions is said to improve their performance and help the never-ending quest to drive down costs in the automotive industry.
It's uncertain if the good news will continue, since the mastermind of the results, Finance Minister Antonio Palocci, could become the next casualty of the never-ending scandal, but things seem to be moving in the right direction.
Author Blair Lewis reveals that happiness is an intrinsic human condition, obscured by negative emotions such as fear and guild, and the never-ending quest for material possessions.
Her less-than-perfect ballet physique led her on a never-ending search for the most logical and beautiful ways of moving.
The world is a never-ending buffet of gastronomical adventures to be savored, whether it is the quest for the perfect cup of Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, a trip to Thailand to experience the durian fruit (with a smell likened to stinky goat cheese combined with rancid eggs), or a foray to Chile to find the freshest seafood stew, along with culinary adventures throughout the US, such as to a Southern prison where a ten-time convict prepares chicken-fried hamburger and gravy-smothered fries, along with other specialty dishes.
It's a never-ending challenge, and weird things are always happening" Commenting on the new study, he notes that more than 20 previously identified bee-to-bee signals transfer information chemically or mechanically.