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eternal

denoting or relating to that which is without beginning and end, regarded as an attribute of God
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So a subaltern perspective of economy of life begins with their refusal to be victims and their nerve to expose the structural sin and injustice that eternalize death and destruction.
All across Germany, memorials have been erected to eternalize the lives that were lost under the Nazi regime.
He accused America of striving to eternalize Israel's occupation of Shabaa and pledged to carry on with party Jihad to liberate them and recover our rights in our pure economic oil and natural gas zone.
Increasingly prominent auctions leave artists frustrated, threatening to sideline the quest to capture the public psyche and eternalize a generation's values and aspirations.
It would create security issues in the West Bank and eternalize the occupation where it is...
Such notions serve to eternalize the ephemeral by construing each action as cosmically consequential.
"In Williamstown," he remarks, "I learned what snow is." The parallels between falling snow and the shifting, inchoate motions inherent in the movement of imagination or dream understandably compelled him, but so did the analogy to language the human impulse to eternalize the moment in a breathless swirl of words that then necessarily dissolve.
Groaning exposes the structural sin and injustice which eternalize death and destruction in our communities.
Quine avoids having to eternalize observation sentences or relativize them to places and times.
Thus the play is also about how history is consciously written by those in power to eternalize their wistful and often whimsical thoughts at the cost of others' suffering.
On the other hand, most of the writers are shying away from tackling the conflict with Israel from the angle of it being a pretext and an excuse used by the tyrannical authorities in order to eternalize their stay in power.
prevent any tendency on the part of the reader to universalize and eternalize (de-historicize)" (305-306).