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permanence

Of an adhesive bond, the bond’s resistance against deteriorating influences.

Permanence

law of the Medes and Persians
Darius’s execution ordinance; an immutable law. [O.T.: Daniel 6:8–9]
leopard’s spots
there always, as evilness with evil men. [O.T.: Jeremiah 13:23; Br. Lit.: Richard II]
Nubian’s skin
permanently black, as evildoer is permanently evil. [O.T.: Jeremiah 13:23]
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Although the changes in permanence and stability differences for the experimental and control group comparisons appear small enough to ignore interaction effects, the permanency changes for the experimental and observational group comparisons were sufficiently large so that the specificity of program effects outside of the evaluation sites could not be ignored.
[beaucoup moins que]C'est une plateforme numerique qui rapporte les nom, adresse et jour de permanence du commercant a travers les wilayas.
It is vital that children are able to achieve permanence, including through family rehabilitation, at the very earliest opportunity.
Chairwoman Julie Livingston tried a novel approach, suggesting the tent could meet quality and permanence standards if the materials are intended to last until the 2023 termination of the deal.
Burke's 1935 Permanence and Change was the foundational book for a framework that later came to be called the New Rhetoric, says George, but it is difficult.
To the best of our knowledge, the permanence of ecosystem on time scales with feedback control was first investigated in [13].
This patchy environment may restrict the activities of the species and lead to adverse effects on the permanence of the ecological communities; therefore, some dispersal corridors maybe built to allow movement between the patches.
24 ( ANI ): With 'erasable Internet' becoming the next big thing, permanence of content as established by sites like Google and Facebook, which in turn help the companies make revenue, appears to be in a threatened position, an analyst has pointed out.
Lui court toujours comme une mobylette, et on a l'impression que le moteur est emballe en permanence. Il est extraordinaire de precision, d'abnegation.
Object permanence, also known as object concept in the field of visual impairment, is one of the most important early developmental milestones (Fazzi & Klein, 2002; Morss, 1984).
This was an application for a permanence order with authority for adoption for a child whose parents had learning difficulties.
Even after factoring in the additional energy consumption from the increased use of personal computers, the overall net effect on the environment would be favorable, the researchers concluded based on an analysis of the impact of the Kaiser Permanence EHR system, which covers 8.7 million beneficiaries.