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It’s not one where we’re looking to bend the curve and double every year in perpetuity, though we do have very aggressive growth targets.
As a result of that, by definition, it will probably be inadequate because it is not intended to be an appropriation in perpetuity.
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.
These new occupiers of the land were to hold it in perpetuity as tenants of the state, paying a small annual rental.
The nomadic and hunter states of society never embraced within themselves the elements of perpetuity.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
The Age of Bronze and all other ages that have preceded ours lacked the great essentials that insure perpetuity.
To Abraham was promised multitude and blessing of seed, to David perpetuity of dominion.
It will be noticed that the preamble had the declaration of perpetuity, that we, the people, made it for our posterity.

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longanimitynoun | [long-guh-nim-i-tee, lawng- ]SEE DEFINITION
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