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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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It was attempted to try to determine the permanency of the knowledge learnt by the students in both of the two learning systems.
Different results have been reported for permanency outcomes, and they have provided grounds for either affirming or questioning the value of kin as a placement resource for abused and neglected children (Bartholet, 1999; Link, 1996).
While many of the studies were implementation evaluations, twelve focused on outcomes such as child and family safety, permanency, family functioning and child well-being.
These issues are (a) relationships with service providers, (b) permanency planning, (c) social support, and (d) multicultural considerations.
ABSTRACT: This article advocates the extension of permanency planning" in out-of-home placements to include those children and youth with developmental disabilities.
The permanency of the incorporation is astonishing," the chemists say.
The private, nonprofit agency achieved permanency for more children than any other agency in District 11.
Changing the process to get more permanency must be a priority for all levels of government Senator Seselja said.
This study examines 830 kinship caregivers' experiences and their perceptions of the 1,339 children in their care in order to predict permanency intent.
We cannot delay permanency because the case is stable and we don't have time to finalize the permanency plan.
Three inferences were drawn from the study: (1) subsidized guardianship significantly boosted permanence under conditions of controlled experimentation; (2) the selection of subsidized guardianship may be even greater under ordinary conditions of service delivery; and (3) the stability of kinship and foster home placements was unaffected by the availability of subsidized guardianship as a supplementary permanency option to adoption.
Beer wholesalers and their brewer partners urged lawmakers to support estate tax repeal permanency during the 12th Annual NBWA/BREWERS Joint Legislative Conference (April 14.