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She found that even after considering geographic and demographic factors, the “Rush Limbaugh effect” persists.
Ultimately they discovered that the turbulent patch persisted as long as the barrage kept coming.
A blunted stress response persisted into middle childhood, even after an average of seven to eight years in a household with healthy caregiving.
This allows stable patterns of useful behavior to emerge and persist.
That’s the paperwork used to report interest income — and serves as a sign that low interest rates could persist.
We think that those behaviors may persist as long as a decade.
We persist because when paid equally, we will earn $950,000 or more over the course of our careers.
Although the federal law was repealed after only eight years, San Diego’s own sedition law has persisted for a century and is still being used to ticket citizens.
That’s more, each year, than the reductions that would likely occur this year if pandemic-related travel limits persisted through December 31.
As of April 19, 32% of US respondents to a McKinsey survey were anticipating a drop in their household income and over half expect the impact on their household finances to persist for four months or more.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION