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“I termed Persistent Types, which have remained, with but very little apparent change, from their first appearance to the present time.”
“Terry Schiavo is in what is clinically described as a Persistent Vegetative State in which the brain damage is so severe that there is no conscious self-awareness.”
“Under the President and Vice President's leadership we also have a new world agreement to ban the worst chemicals that threaten the health and well-being of our fish -- they are called Persistent Organic Pollutants, or POPs.”
“Persistent Organic Pollutants - ABC Landline This ABC Landline report provides an overview of the chemicals referred to as Persistent Organic Pollutants (aka POPs) such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) that are taken from Pacific Islands.”
“Lockheed Martin Corp builds a 35-meter tethered helium-filled airship known as Persistent Threat Detection System that has been in use by the Army since 2004.”
“This technology works by attaching encryption policies to each file or folder, a process BitArmor calls Persistent File Encryption, so that data can only be viewed by an authorized user regardless of what device they happen to be using.”
“The cornerstone of the project is field work planned for December 2010 through early February 2011 and referred to as the Persistent Cold-Air Pool Study (PCAPS).”
“After further investigation, I noticed that my personal profile is vulnerable to attack known as Persistent Cross-site Scripting, which is the most serious type of all Cross-site Scripting attacks.”
“Believe it or not, there really is a condition called Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome, according to a friend who studies medical websites.”
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