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never-ceasing

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continually recurring to the mind

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Advanced persistent threat protection market is concerned with the prevention, detection, and mitigation of sophisticated threats such as zero-day vulnerabililties and other advanced threats.
The facility's 300,000 square foot metal hangar can accommodate LTA vehicles up to 150 feet in height, and is home to all manufacturing and testing for the entire line of TCOM persistent surveillance aerostat systems.
Each session lasts about three hours and offers a self-management course for people who live with day-to-day persistent pain.
In order to successfully adopt this new virtualized reality, IT organizations need solutions that enable persistent and continuous automatic discovery and self-correction in the virtualized environment.
The diagnosis on CTA was aneurysm of left Persistent Sciatic Artery with large crescent shaped thrombus and hypoplastic left superficial femoral artery.
For these purposes, "persistent oil" includes all persistent hydro-carbon mineral oils other than those falling within the definition of "non-persistent oil" set out below.
Persistent Systems said that it will be responsible for the product roadmap and intends to invest in product development, extending all existing aspects of the product including Mac support and Mobile Device Management (MDM) functionality.
Another 57 children (23%) were "transient snorers," who snored loudly two or more times per week at either age 2 or 3 years but not both, and 22 (9%) were "persistent snorers," who snored two or more times per week at ages 2 and 3 years.
But for other people, the pain is more stubborn; low back pain that lasts three months or more is considered chronic or "persistent." In their study, Maher and his colleagues found that people seeking treatment for persistent back pain were especially likely to still have symptoms a year later.
New Department for Education figures name Liverpool as the country's second worst offender after Nottingham - with 9.6% of city school children in 2010/11 classed as persistent absentees.
Global contamination trends of persistent organic chemicals.
IN his latest letter (Voice of the North, May 4), Alan Dixon describes me as a "persistent" correspondent.
Persistent sciatic artery is a very rare seen variation of the lower limb vessels.
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