continually recurring

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but, besides the application to him of the generic remark above, this carpenter of the Pequod was singularly efficient in those thousand nameless mechanical emergencies continually recurring in a large ship, upon a three or four years' voyage, in uncivilized and far-distant seas.
Women, more especially -- in the continually recurring trials of wounded, wasted, wronged, misplaced, or erring and sinful passion -- or with the dreary burden of a heart unyielded, because unvalued and unsought came to Hester's cottage, demanding why they were so wretched, and what the remedy
Towards Phoebe, as we have said, she was affectionate, --far tenderer than ever before, in their brief acquaintance, except for that one kiss on the preceding night,--yet with a Continually recurring pettishness and irritability.
To date, EGM is the only company in the world that has successfully demonstrated the significant bonding of fuel and water molecules without the use of additives and through a natural and continually recurring process that goes well beyond the initial emulsification to permanently bond molecules.
Already contending with overwhelming dissent from followers regarding its positions on women as well as on sexuality, reproduction and the family, the church has been struggling with explosive and continually recurring allegations of child sexual abuse by its priests and a heavily criticized position against the use of condoms as a way of reducing the transmission of HIV and the spread of AIDS.
The question of art and its meaning, and the relationships between the artist and her work, are a continually recurring topic in Huws's art.