permanence


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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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That is why we are taking action to ensure children get a stable, secure placement - either back at home with their parents or with another family who can give them the permanence they need.
The action research team selected the following three assessment tools to determine Jamie's present level of performance on object permanence tasks: the Hawaii Early Profile (Parks, 2004); Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System for Infants and Children, Second Edition, Volume 2, Test Birth to Three Years and Three to Six Years (Bricker et al.
Children initially placed in kinship foster care during their first removal episode are no less likely to achieve legal permanence through reunification, adoption, and guardianship than are children initially placed in nonkinship foster care during their first removal episode.
Perhaps the most well known model is that of Omoto and Snyder (1995), in which is differentiated a series of antecedent variables (disposition to help, motivations, and social support) that, along with two process variables (satisfaction and organizational integration), accounts for volunteer permanence.
The permanence of the hunting moratorium remains in question.
A church must raise the eyes, and thus the heart, up to God; it must be built to last, transcending time and culture; it must manifest the permanence of our faith.
A DVD that both parents and infants can enjoy together, The Baby Society stimulates early language skills of visual tracking, object permanence, auditory attention, recognition of objects, cause and effect, naming/labeling, and understanding of early language concepts and phrases.
Lislegaard has created a virtual environment characterized by sharp lines and convincingly modeled forms that draws the viewer in before revealing its initial impression of permanence and solidity to be illusory.
By the 1980s, squatters, artists and entrepreneurs were colonising the redundant building stock and by 2001, the community had such an air of permanence and legitimacy, that the industrialisation plans were scrapped.
All it does is gives me permanence and makes it difficult for my district or principal to get me out.
Although the resource stewardship agreements are a step in the right direction for tourism operators, Yuan says it does not provide long-term permanence for recreation and tourism on Crown land.
They argued about the permanence of animal forms, the nature and life period of the creatures they unearthed, the care and display of their specimens, and the ethics of completing skeletons with plaster The science organizations of the day were always eager to hear of their latest findings and interpretations, and they wrote plenty of books arguing their point of view.