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in ve tuh ruht

  • s  habitual
  • r  in a habitual and longstanding manner

  • Tom was an inveterate smoker and could not kick the habit even after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.
  • That's probably why Jobs, an inveterate challenge seeker, likes it.
  • More than their global peers, however, American teenagers share an inveterate cynicism about corporate messages.

  • Dmitry Medvedev in Russia Profile
    First, let's answer a simple but very serious question,begins Medvedev. "Should a primitive economy based on raw materials and endemic corruption accompany us into the future? And should the inveterate habit of relying on the government,...
  • Kimba Wood in Sify
    As an inveterate ball follower, Kevin Pietersen was complicit in this, shifting his fielders every time Tendulkar found a gap. A fidgety man, perhaps we should not be surprised when Pietersen's captaincy follows suit, but such fluidity can be... Derek Pringle Rediff Dec 15, 2008 53501 70485 inveterate Adding Stitsky was just as the government describes, an inveterate con man," Wood said his conduct "warrants very severe punishment."

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