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continuous

adjective ceaseless, consecutive, continual, continuing, endless, extended, following, incessant, never ending, perennial, perpetual, progressive, prolonged, repeated, running, sequential, steady, unbroken, unceasing, unending, unfaltering, unintermitting, uninterrupted, unremitting, without cessation, without interruption
Associated concepts: continuous absence, continuous account, continuous activity, continuous adverse possession, continuous and unbroken, continuous and uninterrupted use, continuous course of business, continuous crime, conninuous disability, continuous easement, continuous guarrnty, continuous injury, continuous nuisance, continuous possession, continuous residence, continuous servitude, continuous tort, continuous use, continuous wrong, continnously carry on, continuously confined, continuously dissbled, continuously employed
See also: adjacent, chronic, consecutive, constant, continual, direct, immutable, incessant, perpetual, persistent, progressive, relentless, unrelenting, unremitting
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Control identification is critical in continuous auditing, fit is critical when considering incorporating continuous auditing into an existing operation, intimate business knowledge is a prerequisite to implementing continuous auditing successfully (Nicolaescu, 2013d), and, in a continuous audit, the coverage is specific and focused on a key control or two.
Upon completion of this module, students will receive one continuous learning point.
Half of the 2006 survey respondents have some form of continuous auditing or monitoring process within their internal audit functions, a significant jump from 35 percent in 2005.
As a result, states including California, New Jersey and Wisconsin, to name a few, have decided as a matter of policy to spread the risk over the damage period under a continuous trigger theory.
Further information on registration for this continuous mixing seminar is available from Dr.
Also continuous twin-screw mixer for high-shear mixing rates up to 8 lb/hr.
The processing of castings using a straight-line continuous flow concept offers several opportunities for increased productivity when processing castings.
But today continuous improvement is absolutely necessary if we are to compete in a global marketplace where worldwide customers can pick and choose between worldwide producers," Navarre explained.

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