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The suggestion was that Hamas would know it was beaten and want to discuss a more permanent peace with Israel.

Cleveland left another, more permanent mark on the Superman series.

Because that tattoo ink might be more permanent than your love.

But the attempt to fold a more permanent agenda into the stimulus was bad policy.

When it comes to the West Bank in particular, nothing could be more permanent.

These attentions, however, are not the less pleasing, and answer their purpose as well as if they were more permanent.

It was clear that our Second Advanced Camp must be organised on a more permanent basis.

She was greater than Abélard, because her love was more permanent; in other words, because her soul was greater.

Men on both sides ceased to speak of the "truce," and called it by the more permanent name of "peace."

For the need of a personal protector is generally much more permanent than are the social conditions that gave it birth.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to permanent, such as: durable, enduring, long-lasting, perpetual, stable, and everlasting.

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