prolonged


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Having, by repeated and prolonged assaults, at length completely gorged himself, he would wrap himself up and lie with the torpor of an anaconda; slowly digesting his way on to the next repast.
The crowd collected under the window uttered a prolonged roar of anger and terror.
Newton Craig of Markdale returned home recently after a somewhat prolonged visit in foreign parts.
To me it was one prolonged divine event, and, with such daily intercourse with Nicolete, I never dreamed of craving for any other excitement.
One side worries about the terminally ill being forced to endure a painfully prolonged, joyless existence against their will.
Patient 1 was a 69-year-old white woman who had been intubated and eventually tracheotomized for prolonged intubation following a cerebral hemorrhage.
In determining if repaired property's useful life has been prolonged, it is necessary to determine the property that has been repaired.
ATLANTA -- A prolonged PR interval nearly doubled a person's risk of developing atrial fibrillation in an epidemiologic study with 7,640 people.
Bollinger of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, who has also studied cowbirds, welcomes McMaster and Sealy's robust demonstration of the prolonged incubation.
Stuart's work reflects her focused, prolonged visits to particular environments, and upon reconsideration it reveals a depth often lacking in much ecologically oriented contemporary art.
PHILADELPHIA -- Prolonged exposure to freezing temperatures can result in injuries as serious as frostbite and hypothermia.
CHARSADDA -- Residents of Shabqadar, Omerzai, Sarki and other areas protested against prolonged and unscheduled load shedding in their respective areas.