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ongoing

adjective abiding, adjourned, continuous, enduring, extension, lasting, lengthening, perpetuating, persevering, persisting, postponed, prolonged, protracted, stayed, successively continued
Associated concepts: labor law, ongoing negotiations
See also: chronic, live, progressive, protracted
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Written in short paragraphs that hover in sets of one or two at the top of each page, Ongoingness is poem-like in its minimalism, the vast white space asking that the words be savored, lingered on.
In a striking number of cases, Brown seems to plagiarize for the sake of this effect, mining other people's writing for the same kind of theatricality, ongoingness, and in-betweenness that he independently generates in his revision of "An Auction.
It is here that I accordingly propose speaking not of a "stratificational" retrieval, but of becoming lucidly aware of the usually anonymous moments "through-which" the experience ongoingly proceeds, appreciating them in their dynamic efficacy, "in-the-act", which is to say: not as "levels" in a static structural hierarchy, and not as pre-objective "stages" left behind on the way to object-constitution, but as dimensions still permeating the experience and continuing to function as living "Durchgang"-moments in the temporal ongoingness of a complex whole--as "intermediating" moments-"through"-which a phenomenon is given (23).
Finally, the results in this experiment support Wagner's tentative suggestion, based on her control stimuli, that the linguistic expression of ongoingness is a relatively late development in child language.
46) Indeed D'Israeli alerts readers to its ongoingness in the 1840 preface by announcing: "For the fifth time I revise a subject which has occupied my inquiries from early life, with feelings still delightful, and an enthusiasm not wholly diminished" (Miscellanies of Literature 363).
If both those realities were intolerable, I needed the ongoingness of a fictional universe, occurring forever on paper.
336), and this belief fueled his commitment to ongoingness.
In so obviously conforming to tradition, Kakah Ramat's performance "puts the ongoingness of tradition [.
This conclusion seems at odds with Hamlet's "old-age" wisdom in the graveyard as well as--more tellingly--with the impression of the ongoingness, the renovation (or purgation) of Denmark created by the ending of the play.
But what about the ongoingness of the Jewish community?
The dance moving along this pathway had the same measured ongoingness as a long car trip, not rushing too fast or stopping too quickly.
As Tony Tanner has noted, Pride and Prejudice embodies the universal theme of recognition found in the "great tradition of Western tragedy--Oedipus Rex, King Lear, Phedre--albeit the drama has now shifted to the comic mode, as is fitting in a book which is not about the finality of the individual death but the ongoingness of social life" (105).