Thesaurus / perpetuity

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That is what is so sickening today, what will sicken us for decades to come and what has shamed us before the world in perpetuity.

Which perhaps illustrates the point of preserving these moments in perpetuity.

AstraZeneca has promised to keep the vaccine’s price low, at least in the developing world, in perpetuity.

Are the conservative forces in our nation sufficient to insure its perpetuity?

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To no other individual does the Indian race owe so much for the perpetuity in history and art of its life and customs.

The Yellowstone National ParkHiram Martin Chittenden

To each person and his family an acre of land was given in perpetuity.

The addition of $142,000 to the expense of the Commonwealth in perpetuity is not to be undertaken but upon proven necessity.

This, perhaps, was unfortunate, for the perpetuity of his race at that time depended upon this very quality.

The Greater RepublicCharles Morris

Its perpetuity is linked closely with the resistance of all efforts at reform.

The nation's perpetuity is in the patriotism of all her people.

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