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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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Using the acronym "PACT," Cunningham details four components to the perpetuation process: People, Agency value, Capital discipline and Time.
Further, an ownership transfer through a perpetuation takes place when the timing is right for all involved rather than relying on the vagaries of the market or "which company is looking to buy right now.
S administration and the world community should realise that Israel's perpetuation of settlement construction will not help to find the proper circumstances to launch negotiations," Rdeineh warned.
The perpetuation of the stereotype of Pittsburgh as a smoky city does a great disservice to this transformed region.
Any correspondents or commentator who contributes to the cause is responsible for its presence, perpetration and perpetuation, as are the readership of such news and gossip.
Third, cultural behaviors of indigenous Amazonians, such as primate hunting and pet-keeping, will be addressed in terms of their role in the perpetuation of the contemporary enzootic cycle of vivax-type malarias.
All of these tools, company officials point out, support the Hunter Education network and are integral in effectively communicating safety in the outdoors as well as perpetuation of the sport.
Such errors in reporting HIV/AIDS rates among American Indians and Alaska Natives may result in underfunding targeted prevention and health services "or perpetuation of health disparities," the study's authors wrote.
Perpetuation of failure has no place in the charter-school movement.
If The Advocate does not get it, let me spell it out for you: Pelosi's and Leno's top priorities are their own self-importance, their paychecks, and the perpetuation of their dogmatic party.
We were told that this legislation was necessary in order to prevent the development and perpetuation of monopoly capitalism and all of the evils that would grow from it.
After a chapter of "Introductory Reflections," Pinson proceeded to define an ordinance as "a practice that God ordained for literal perpetuation by the New Covenant People of God.