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long

(Delayed), adjective continued, day after day, dilatory, dragged out, drawn out, endless, enduring, eternal, forever and a day, hour after hour, interminable, long drawn-out, marathon, overlong, perpetual, protracted, sustained delay, unending delay, without end
Foreign phrases: Longa possession jus parit.Long possessions begets what is right.

long

(Lengthy), adjective boundless, broad, day after day, deep, distant, elongate, elongated, enduring, eternal, expanded, expansive, extended, extensive, faraway, far-off, far-reaching, far-seeing, forever and a day, great, hour after hour, interminable, large, lengthened, limitless, lofty, outstretched, perpetual, remote, spread out, stretched out, stretching, sustained, unending, widespread, without end
Associated concepts: long arm of the law, long term
See also: prolix, protracted, sesquipedalian
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But when he came where his little friend had slept, it was no longer the dark, silent spot where he last saw her.
An edifice is no longer an edifice; it is a polyhedron.
But architecture will no longer be the social art, the collective art, the dominating art.
And henceforth, if architecture should arise again accidentally, it will no longer be mistress.
Now, PT will no longer be needed to execute the universal service tariffs regulated by Anacom.
lt;p>"Adobe recommends users verify that a potentially vulnerable version of the Adobe Download Manager is no longer installed on their machine," said Adobe in the advisory.
Infected corneal or scleral cells may constitute a sanctuary that allows virus to persist after virus is no longer present in blood.
But the two teammates who started the season with Stewart are no longer in the JGR stable.
In this high-pressure environment CPAs will find IP valuation is no longer a matter of making a best estimate.
No longer is an internal audit function merely an option or recommendation.
Luther is, in other words, no longer confined to a certain authorized or even monopolized interpretation within the framework of a strictly confessional theology, having Luther "on contract," as it were, and defending him over and against other confessional theologies.
Under SB 236, Laws 2003, deductions are no longer allowed for dividends received from RICs and REITs.