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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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The one thing they have eternally tried, and are eternally trying, is to inoculate one animal outside man with the leprosy that is peculiar to man.
eternally gratefulShe said her body cannot cope with chemotherapy and her only real hope is immunotherapy.
eternally "I meant to use her when I went back to work but when I cancelled during treatment she still turned up - and said she'd take Jackson free of charge.
Anita, who is an occupational therapist, said: "I will always be eternally thankful to Birmingham Children's Hospital for saving my life.
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Just as aluminium is eternally renewable, we will now help make one of the legendary pop band a-ha's concerts eternally available, in virtual reality.
We, as a nation, should be eternally grateful to the people who make it possible to get an education, to play a sport, to live every day as free people.
Property experts Jonnie Irwin and Jasmine Harmon, above, seem eternally tanned and impossibly rested, but we won't speak too soon.
We're talking about the end of the world, a matter of being eternally dead, or being eternally alive, and it's all coming to a head right now," he added.
Anchorage entrepreneur Courtney Larsen was awarded a fourth design patent for his line, Eternally Classic Jewelry.
She would be eternally grateful if any of your readers can direct us to Westwood.