perpetually


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Synonyms for perpetually

without interruption

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Since inception from 2001, she explained that LADOL has continued to engage in one construction after the other till date and will continue to engage in more constructions to ensure more Nigerians are trained and perpetually employed through its Upskilling academy.
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales has perpetually banned from government office several former officials of the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos and Department of Agrarian Reform over their involvement in the pork barrel and Malampaya fund scams.
The court rejected this argument, stating the perpetual protection of the property's conservation purpose is a separate and distinct requirement from the requirement that the property's use must be perpetually restricted.
55 Polisky DOUBLE: Rival D'Estruval and Perpetually
55 Cheltenham Sporting (50:30:20:10) 13-16 Rangitoto, 10-13 Perpetually, 8-11 Tenor Nivernais, 7-9 Pride In Battle, 6-8 Gamede, Timesawastin, 5-7 Ultravox, Filbert, 4-6 Brackloon High, Legion D'Honneur, Dark Ranger, 3-5 Joker Choker, Mannlichen, 2-4 Lion On The Prowl, Alderley Rover, Jolly Roger, Royal Riviera, 1-3 Akula.
I was in public school in New York where all the kids were in black jeans and Nike sneakers and I was wearing little stockings and Mary-Janes and perpetually getting my ass kicked.
A product of ECS, EcoPath, is claimed to be the world's first and only 100% perpetually recyclable commercial entryway matting solution, created to meet facility managers' requirements for safety, cleanliness and durability.
But this ignores the role of our supermarkets - perpetually in competition with each other and perpetually having drinks promotions of their own.
The characters are all vividly brought to life, none more so than Lemercier's bumbling actress, a frantic woman perpetually on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
It could only be Venice, that perpetually gaudy, deceptively beguiling stage for curatorial ambition and enterprise.
The Tangle Tower by Jessica Elin Hirschman features impressive illustrations from Bonnie Bright and is an unique and entertaining story of what happens to a young woman who perpetually postpones brushing her tangled hair.
Later, she faced the culture of neurosurgery and then endured the routine of life as a perpetually sleep-deprived surgery resident.
Dossetor (Professor Emeritus in Medicine at the University of Alberta) is the engaging and knowledgeably written documentation of the life and innovations that landmark our nation's recent history and the authors perpetually interesting life of discovery and breakthrough.
But all faked: ice-fishing in the city; sitcom castaways on an uncharted isle where makeup is perpetually available?