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continuing forever or indefinitely

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The financier produces history and is produced by it; he operates in his own time as well as outside of history, in an eternalized time of capitalist potentiality.
With such awakened imagery, the irresistible beauty of Davis' cool rhythms constantly brings one within the eternalized instance presented in Adams' photography, a picture of cool jazz par excellence.
In many cases, an analysis of the time and date of the picture, together with information on the various transports of Jews that arrived at the camps, can produce an accurate picture of the precise origin of the transport eternalized in the photo.
Meanings become fixed, "eternalized." and relatively free of value-laden connotations (see Harris, 1964).
The object has been lifted out of the temporal flux and preserved in 'eternal moment.' But O'Hara's observations are not grasped and eternalized in this way....
Unable to realize his desires of possession in the material world, Marcel gazes inward and sees in the pool of his imagnation an image of himself upon which he gazes endlessly, and for whose idealized and eternalized existence he literally sacrifices his life, bequeathing to eternity this idealized image of the Self, finally and forever found and possessed.
In the foreword the nation is narrativized through the topic of "Canadianisms," whereby the record of language in Canada is made authoritative and is eternalized by association with the Canadian landscape.
In sorrow over her deed, Artemis transformed Orion into a glittering stellar constellation in the firmament, where every night the eternalized womanizer continues in his vain pursuit of the seven daughters of Atlas, the Pleiades, whose constellation rises just above the horizon of Orion, thus eternally out of his reach.
Desert environments, he argues, offer "natural tendencies toward changelessness," a characteristic which Islam very quickly adopted to become an "eternalized" tradition.
Tan viewed her mother's storytelling as a transmission of culture, an exorcism, and a means of bonding, and she has eternalized not only her stories but the healing act of storytelling.
But just as Keats's questions about the lovers on the urn would take us beyond the eternalized moment depicted on the urn, the Rossettian speaker's question is not only unanswerable but its reply would be potentially disruptive (not an issue in Keats) of the moment of supraverbal spiritual transcendence through inaudible song and verdant scene suggested by the images in Giorgione's painting.
It is not premised upon the supremacy of the Cartesian cogito, the abstract individual sovereignty, and the modern apparatus with its eternalized value system as the overlord of universality.
She's unsparing also in her reference to the seemingly eternalized apartheid of New York-99.8 percent of children in the schools that serve this neighborhood are black or brown, and she does not let visitors forget this.
Here, as in Cosimo's portrait in the Adoration of the Magi, Giuliano's most salient identifying features - his aquiline nose, haughtily downcast eyes, and double-curving mouth - are abstracted and also exaggerated, creating an image not of Giuliano as he was, but of an eternalized idea of him, his larva.