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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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10) Lack a clear understanding of the continuousness of the security audit process
The continuousness of the text makes it attractive to read, but difficult to use as a reference work.
The drama disallows this by its insistence upon the trail of blood followed by the Erinyes (see above) and the continuousness of their pursuit.
What is most striking is the continuousness of the forest," he wrote.
sets out to justify Macaulay's judgement of the 1850 Prelude as 'Jacobinical, indeed Socialist', by finding 'a continuousness in Wordsworth's vision' of politics in the major texts which is commonly denied by those who study the transformation of the text of 1805 to that of 1850: the revisions are often not significant of a change in political views.
the attributions of speech now to Mutt, now to Jute), punctuation, and other typographical cues we get a discontinuous chunking, as it were, of discourse that is always reasserting its continuousness, its polyfunctionality, its intractability vis-a-vis the economy of talk set up by a system of speech-exchange divided into alternating turns.
What is most striking in the Maine wilderness is the continuousness of the forest, with fewer open intervals or glades than you had imagined.

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