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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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Bounderby, the two gentlemen at this present moment walking through Coketown, and both eminently practical, who could, on occasion, furnish more tabular statements derived from their own personal experience, and illustrated by cases they had known and seen, from which it clearly appeared - in short, it was the only clear thing in the case - that these same people were a bad lot altogether, gentlemen; that do what you would for them they were never thankful for it, gentlemen; that they were restless, gentlemen; that they never knew what they wanted; that they lived upon the best, and bought fresh butter; and insisted on Mocha coffee, and rejected all but prime parts of meat, and yet were eternally dissatisfied and unmanageable.
This exciting development for HMG represents the first step in the creation of a multi-faceted urban media company, and we are eternally grateful and offer heartfelt thanks to our television station affiliates, studio and strategic partners and advertising/agency partners who stood by us," said Chas Walker, CEO, Heritage Media Group.
Filmmaking) has given me entree to the world and the human condition and I am eternally grateful.
Have you ever seen Albert Wandering through his dock, Or the Liver Birds Flying round the clock, Lime trees in Lime Street Or Otters in a Pool, St George sitting in his Hall or Col, Quitting school, Phil playing his Harmonica, to a Hard Man in his Street, Hope springing eternally In Everyman's heartbeat, Williamson, Square dancing Outside the House of Play, Competing against Clayton Who is just across the way?
Even this limited show presents extraordinary evidence of mastery across the genres: a landscape of planetary upheaval, rather like the mountains behind Mona Lisa, here confronted by, instead of backing, the subject (the painter herself, tiny against what she calls the "placid monuments" of Sedona, Arizona); a still life of necromantic roses haunting the linen-covered tabletop where their crisped phantoms have died, or at least eternally decayed; and a figure study with all the properties (cushions, books, canine familiars, unspecifiable instruments of sexual insubordination), though the real interior personnel must be the creepy girls in white satin, as released from complicity as they are from constraint.
We'd be Eternally grateful if she'd get some trousers by that nice man George while she's there.
The Ice Maiden kisses the hero, pinioned in a cruciform position against the glacier down which he fell as a child: how con we tell whether he is dead or transfixed eternally in his muse's embracer?
This new and innovative technique will allow LAMP to peer into dark polar craters and valleys where sunshine is eternally absent.
Torn eternally between the sacred and the profane, he was a man inextricably linked both to the lord and the sinners in America's penal system, a voice understanding both redemption and man's darkest impulses.
Something for which the magazine, one imagines, can only be eternally grateful.
He seems eternally suspended between generations, schools, movements.
But if the thrust of the plot is the restoration of justice to a flawed society, the dance underlines this theme of setting things right: It offers a background depicting a traditional manifestation of group harmony, against which the disturbances of individuals in the foreground appear to be mere temporary distractions from a peaceful, joyous interaction that reasserts itself eternally.