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noun as in end

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The certification, which lasts three years, was renewed by then-Defense Secretary Leon Panetta in 2012.

His game lasts until his final ship has either collided with an asteroid or lost a shootout with an enemy saucer.

That lasts about five years, in which time the place has been altered, developed, and ravaged just enough to make you mad.

We fill every container, bucket and bathtub in the house and it lasts us until the next time.

This, and worse, is what kids in Gaza experience, and the mental anguish lasts long after the fighting stops.

Another of the firm's commercials suggested the rivetting if iron lasts were used.

There is no remedy for this; the end of the procession, which often lasts four or six hours, must be waited for with patience.

To be able to repeat great po-ems at will, is to have a treasure you can allus carry with you while your voice lasts.

Blossoms and fruit in full maturity are found upon the trees at the same time, and hence the harvest lasts nearly the whole year.

If she lasts a couple of hours, I shall be surprised, said the apothecarys apprentice, intent upon the toothpicks point.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lasts, such as: finish, completion, finale, ending, termination, and close.

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