future generation


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See: descendant
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Should he delay the search a little longer, the house would pass from the lineal heir, and with it the vast heap of gold, to remain in its burial-place, till the ruin of the aged walls should discover it to strangers of a future generation.
However, they became reassured as to the fate of future generations on being apprised that, according to the calculations of Laplace, this acceleration of motion is confined within very restricted limits, and that a proportional diminution of speed will be certain to succeed it.
Wherever they ferret out a lost locality made holy by some Scriptural event, they straightway build a massive--almost imperishable--church there, and preserve the memory of that locality for the gratification of future generations.
His duties all performed, --the highest prosperity attained,--his race and future generations fixed on a stable basis, and with a stately roof to shelter them for centuries to come,--what other upward step remained for this good man to take, save the final step from earth to the golden gate of heaven
The gods arranged all this, and sent them their misfortunes in order that future generations might have something to sing about.
Perry and I decided to set a style in architecture that would not curse future generations with the white plague, so we have plenty of ventilation.
Enveloped by tradition in mysterious attributes, the men of future generations would call him godlike; and remote posterity would see him standing, dimly glorious, far up the valley of a hundred centuries.
President Rajapaksa said the government having understood the need of creating a capable future generation, has already taken several measures in this regard.
We found that many future generation family members are struggling to understand where they fit in the business and how the transition will unfold.
110) Specifically, Professor Ekeli proposes that "some seats in the legislative assembly (for instance 5 percent) should be reserved for future generation representatives.
Many Vietnamese may drink coffee sometimes, they may drink a black tea, now and again, but they drink green tea every day, usually several times," says Tuan of Future Generation, an independent tea exporter.
Write all emulators to run on a virtual machine (VM) so that rehosting this VM onto future generations of hardware will allow all emulators to run on that hardware without additional rehosting.

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