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Fludd died in London in 1637, and was buried in Bersted Church, where an imposing monument perpetuates his memory.
WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS
You are the fly-wheel that regulates motion and perpetuates impulse to the entire machine.
THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE, VOL. II (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
Whoever originates the dispute, an irreconcilcable spirit in both usually perpetuates it.
FEMALE SCRIPTURE BIOGRAPHIES, VOL. IFRANCIS AUGUSTUS COX
Yet all is said well, and conviction perpetuates the impressions previously made.
Her hole life is a glora tew her sek, and an honour evra da tew him whose good memry amung men she perpetuates.
JOSH BILLINGS, HIZ SAYINGSHENRY WHEELER SHAW
It perpetuates the manhood he inherited, which was built up by labor and thought in the flesh and blood of his ancestors.
A BROADER MISSION FOR LIBERAL EDUCATIONJOHN HENRY WORST
Each great thinker has a spiritual posterity, which for centuries perpetuates his doctrine and his moral personality.
GERMAN PROBLEMS AND PERSONALITIESCHARLES SAROLEA
Where is that divine malediction which perpetuates the abandonment of these fields?
THE RUINSC. F. [CONSTANTIN FRANCOIS DE] VOLNEY
Only, the latter extension is one which it perpetuates, the former is not.
ON THE ETHICS OF NATURALISMWILLIAM RITCHIE SORLEY
The picture perpetuates for centuries a moment of palace life.
THE BOOK OF ART FOR YOUNG PEOPLEAGNES CONWAY