constant progression

See: perpetuity
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This need for constant progression is as true in the Gulf as anywhere else in the world.
And, let's be honest, in this age of constant progression and competitiveness, which boss doesn't want someone like that working for them?
Al Hajri described the global move from traditional to renewable sources of energy as a trend that was part of a constant progression to meet the increasing for power in a reliable, sustainable and cost-efficient way.
For 30 years the FN has been in constant progression.
Today there is a split between the right and its electorate, and the crisis of the left and the right is at the root of the appearance of regular new centrist parties that deflate quickly, but mostly, it's the cause of the constant progression of the far right nationalist.
In the Under-8s age group, the Whites proved again that they are an excellent side against a spirited Nunthorpe team, while the Royals displayed their constant progression, having come a long way over recent months, and the Blues showed they are going in the right direction with a great attitude and spirit against North Ormesby.
2) The clinical course of melorheostosis is one of slow but constant progression into adult.
com)-- Having come a long way from its humble beginnings, Jean Yip Group is no stranger to constant progression and expansion.
The constant progression of technology in education has helped educators to create classrooms, which are concrete, developed and collaborative, conducted entirely through web services.
There is constant progression so we wanted Rio to study here.
I loved the constant progression and implementing the new moves.
In this same issue of BOWHUNTING, I am reporting on the great new bows for 2011, and in that feature, you will notice the constant progression in bow technology.

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