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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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Electric Cloud enables its customers to take traditional application release delivery and dissolve the barrier between CD and ARA, bringing it into the modern day and marrying support for complex application deployments with the concept of a continuous software delivery pipeline.
In other countries, continuous learning has been promoted through the introduction of digital-based innovations, such as platforms open to all, or by, for example, renewing cooperation between providers of work and education.
The microreactors used in continuous manufacturing allow reactions to take place on a much smaller scale, much more frequently, making it easier to quench reactions and avoid adverse bi-products.
In April of 2016, the FDA approved Johnson & Johnson's switch from batch to continuous manufacturing for the production of Prezista, a drug used to treat HIV.
When assessment is carried out in classroom in an ongoing or continual way by the teacher it is called continuous assessment (Prouty and George, 2003).
An impressive feature of the Thermex continuous dyeing with Econtrol(r) is its energy savings.
The global continuous glucose monitoring systems market is segmented on the basis of end use sector, components and geography.
"By using Sandvik continuous miners our customers benefit from more cost-efficient operations," said Bruno Reumueller, product line management, underground coal and minerals for Sandvik Mining.
With continuous insulation it can be the continuous insulation layer itself--or it can be behind it.
Continuous replenishment programs offer the additional potential to create close relationships with customers that can increase customer loyalty.
The continuous auditing methodology is a partnership between internal audit and business process owners (Popescu, 2014), provides an almost real-time validation of the effectiveness of the selected controls tested, does not require a specific technology tool to generate value-added results, and the continuous auditing methodology is integrated into existing audit departments to complement the risk-based audit approach.

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