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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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Sales was, and is, a major step up to seeing perpetuation being successful, but it is not enough.
Solution: Align current records management policies and practices with the capability for knowledge perpetuation.
Cultivating smart young talent can help to ensure your agency's perpetuation, but that's far from an all-purpose solution.
"Often, perpetuation is thought of as a succession plan--an owner decides to sell to monetize a lifelong investment in the agency," says Dave Tralka, president and CEO of InsurBanc, a division of Connecticut Community Bank, N.A., a full-service bank that was founded by agents in cooperation with the IIABA, headquartered in Farmington, Conn.
Up-and-coming producers are typically the go-to players for internal perpetuation when agency owners retire.
"We are excited that individuals like Teleperformance and the energy of Jim Phillips working with us to help end the perpetuation of poverty by providing used shoes and jobs to individuals in other countries,” said Buddy Teaster, CEO of Soles4Souls.
Perpetuation: The disease is carried over from year to year by ratooning or planting sets taken from smutted shoots of cane.
"Arts were and are a method of storytelling, ceremony, and perpetuation of Native culture and tradition."
Many principals view perpetuation not as a process but as an event, something they can accomplish in the next year or two.
Directions, Ltd., presented an in-depth look at perpetuation planning, organization and internal agency structure, evaluating one's agency, and planning mergers and acquisitions.
The incomplete definition offered here is that a reality is the perpetuation of a pattern.
"Constitutional imperative is significant as the perpetuation of political dynasties can undermine the quality of democracy and economic development.