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la sting lee

  • r  in an enduring or permanent manner

  • What astonished immediately and lastingly was the power of his glass-shattering, dog-dementing falsetto (often multiplied on record by having him dupe his solos on a second track.
  • In his extensive work on adaptation, Edward Diener has found two life events that seem to knock people lastingly below their happiness set point: loss of a spouse and loss of a job.
  • WHY SHE GOT THIS FAR: As Ashley, a North Carolina wife dazzled by a big-city visitor, Adams immediately and lastingly warms the movie.
News & Articles

  • Comforting those near the journey's end
    “Comfort” is a balm we embrace as warmly as we do a forgiving lover. It can be a fire on a January night. It can be ice cream on an August afternoon. More lastingly, it can be the nearness of someone dear.
    Jan. 27, 2014 - U-T San Diego
  • IN THE END, HE’S THERE FOR THE PATIENT’S PEACE
    “Comfort” is a balm we embrace as warmly as we do a forgiving lover. It can be a fire on a January night. It can be ice cream on an August afternoon. More lastingly, it can be the nearness of someone dear.
    Jan. 27, 2014 - U-T San Diego
Quotes

  • Pope Benedict XVI in The Australian
    Wherever God is considered a secondary dimension that you can put aside temporarily or lastingly in the name of more important things, these supposedly more important things fail,the Pope writes. "The negative experience of Marxism is not...
  • Donald Tusk in United Press International (subscription)
    We shoulder the responsibility to prevent changes that could lastingly disturb the symbiosis between humankind and nature,Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said at the opening of the meeting.
  • Nicolas Sarkozy in Channel News Asia
    President Sarkozy called for the Group of Seven (G7) most industrialised nations to take steps to improve oversight of world markets, but insisted that "these market movements will not lastingly affect the growth of our economies, which is strong."

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