constant series

constant series

[′kän·stənt ′sir‚ēz]
(chemistry)
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An overgrown child himself with his antic sense of curiosity as sharp as ever, Kim keeps viewers of all ages on discovery mode, the better to learn from what they see on TV-and to realize that life should be a constant series of rediscoveries-
In the event of a government shutdown, this resolution, if enacted, would set in motion a constant series of quorum calls and roll call votes until a bill to reopen the government has been signed into law.
Nevertheless, Elise is confronted by her pal who attempts to show her strategies to overcome her longing for attention from the same sex, which manifests as serial monogamy--the constant series of dating commitments rather than having a long-term relationship.
Due to the threat of assassination, he has been unable to travel freely around the country and has instead hosted an almost constant series of meetings with Afghans ranging from feared warlords to ordinary villagers.
78-mile Mountain Course with its constant series of bends, bumps, jumps, stone walls, manhole covers and telegraph poles all calling for a high level of concentration, skill and pure guts.
The Patrol has a long history in the Middle East as an offA[degrees]roading vehicle and has been in constant series production since the 1950s.
The Nissan Patrol has a rich heritage in the region and has been in constant series production since the 1950s.
You have a constant series of focuses that are mental but interact with the physical.
I'm overwhelmed by all the stuff that progresses and there's a constant series of fittings, corrections, additions," he explains during a recent telephone interview.
That attention has to be directed at realistic solutions, not just at further dramatic rescues and situational responses that may fit the Maersk Alabama but not the constant series of hijackings, the hundreds of hostages, and the more than a dozen ships still being held.

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