constant series

constant series

[′kän·stənt ′sir‚ēz]
(chemistry)
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A constant series of clean jokes incited laughter and giggles for nearly two hours as one of the top Indian comedian amused Doha audience with his caricatures, tickling jokes and satirical commentary on social issues.
Despite being used to getting our own way, a constant series of sporting activities managed to keep us friends
Once, out of curiosity, we visited Yeouido Full Gospel Church, one of those mega-chuches with a constant series of services each Sunday.
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.
Next up was Owen's favourite event, the legendary Isle of Man TT where riders compete on the 37.78-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.
In keeping with the vehicle's reputation, the Ilyushin Il-76 is known as one of the world's toughest cargo planes, designed to be able to deliver cargo and take-off and land to some of the world's most extreme environments.Dr Ghanem Alhajiri, chairman of Sharjah International Airport, said: "We congratulate Nissan on its achievement and look forward to its future innovative campaigns." And, Saleh Al Aroud, chairman of RUS Aviation whose company supplied the Ilyushin IL-76 to be towed, said: "A successful company is always pushing the boundaries -- making the exceptional appear normal, and setting its own challenges."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."

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