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  • Over the past several years, Nana has written an ambitious family history, titled Continuity, which is so valuable to me.

    Weaving Women's Words: Seattle Stories

  • Continuity is merely one aspect of many that make up a good comic book.

    Comic Book Continuity, Important or Not? | Solar Flare: Science Fiction News

  • "Continuity is a major factor in successful programs, and this extension not only solidifies it for us now, but also answers the questions for recruits and their families who will be the coach at Tulane," Scelfo said in a statement. - Tulane extends Scelfo's contract through 2007

  • Reform in Continuity: Re-approaching the Second Va ...

    Sacrosanctum Concilium and the Reform of the Liturgy

  • It's called Continuity, you see, and features McGowan as a R4 announcer, enticing listeners to stick with the station from his lonely booth.

    Celebrating Radio 4's continuity announcers

  • Well, throughout the Cold War, the government, of course, had standby plans in the event of a catastrophic attack, but it was within moments of the September 11 attacks that President Bush activated what is known as the Continuity of Government Plan.

    CNN Transcript Mar 1, 2002

  • The new payroll system, called the Continuity Project, was a replacement for an old and creaky LATTICE payroll system installed in 1997 that was unreliable and no longer supported by its vendor.

    IEEE Spectrum

  • A creature of so-called Continuity of Government that came on-line during the 1980s Iran-Contra affair, Main Core evolved from Inslaw's Prosecutors 'Management Information System or PROMIS, a software program that can quickly sift through multiple databases.

  • There†™ s a program that†™ s been in place since about 1983 called the Continuity of Government program, and this was basically to preserve government functions in case of a nuclear war, catastrophic attack -


  • In "Continuity" (August 1991) I discussed this problem in connection with computers and audio and visual recordings, but I've recently been reminded that something similar can occur even with much older, seemingly more durable storage and processing media.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact


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