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perpetuation

[pər‚pech·ə′wā·shən]
(virology)
Maintenance of a viral genome within bacterial host cells without killing them due to weakening of viral virulence.
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This award was established in 1983 to perpetuate the memory of Melvin Mooney, the developer of the Mooney Viscometer and other testing equipment, by honoring individuals who have exhibited exceptional technical competency by making significant and repeated contributions to rubber science and technology.
JOHN Payton (Letters, January 29) perpetuates the myth that the British empire was entirely bad and that its wealth came from exploiting the poorest people in the world.
I cannot keep saying them but, as the voice of the club, I will continue to perpetuate this message because this is what we believe in.
A NORTHERN CLASSIC Let's keep quiet about the region's attractions - such as Bamburgh and the Northumberland coast - and perpetuate the myth that it's grim up North, writes Paul Easton.
These infrastructures similarly require and perpetuate vast and continuous throughputs of material, energy and information.
The resulting food insecurity, famine, and poverty foster social, economic, and political tensions that perpetuate the cycle of degradation.
Why then does the Bush administration, which is constantly proclaiming its devotion to free markets, perpetuate a program that undercuts the market price?
Soldiers assigned to one of these commands will wear the patch of a traditional numbered army and perpetuate its lineage and honors.
I expect the courts will continue to do all they can to perpetuate two-party dominance.
Rather than providing a competitive educational environment, however, many charter schools serving disadvantaged students perpetuate existing class barriers by hiring uncertified teachers and providing substandard special education services.
The Fed's more optimistic statements regarding inflation at the meeting have produced the opposite effect on the fixed rate 10-year Treasury bond however, helping it sink back down after spiking in March, and could help perpetuate, at least for the time being, peak real estate values associated with low financing costs.