Antonyms for short-term

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Marriage, if at all considered, has become a short-term contract.

The other fellers further on there, in chains, is short-term men.

On short-term training they were rarely allotted to important work.

But the problems of hunger cannot be solved by short-term measures.

They have to alter the genes—acquired characters would be of use only in a short-term project, and this is long-term.

It would be somewhat audacious to assume that these short-term records have far-reaching importance.

If foreigners will not buy long-term bonds, short-term notes are created.

This makes you an 'Investment Counselor, short-term transactions only,' and removes from you the odious nomenclature of 'Bookie.'

Under the high pressure of the short-term leasing system new high records of production were being made.

There were six candidates for the short-term senatorship—all of them carpet-baggers.

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