- n the property of being able to exist for an indefinite duration
- Solidity and permanence read as rigidity and torpor.
- This fragility leads us to watch them one very last time: to be dismayed, or to admire, it makes us wonder about the permanence of things.
- Yet there is little doubt that the free-software movement for which Stallman planted the seed has achieved a permanence through Torvalds' pragmatic work.
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June 18, 2013 - ThomasNet
- Oscar Tabarez in Independent Online
It would be Utopian to think of Uruguay's permanence at the summit, but we can believe in circumstantial results,Tabarez said...
- Benjamin Netanyahu in Findtut
The stronger those sanctions are, the more likely it will be that the Iranian regime will have to chose between advancing its nuclear programme and advancing the future of its own permanence,Mr. Netanyahu said.
- Rachel Robinson in 940 News
This is an overwhelming experience,Robinson said. "At my stage of life, you're looking for permanence, you're looking for things that are going to shore up the future. So many times developments don't last, progress doesn't last. What the...