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  • Notice that Obama himself paraphrased the ever-enduring final phrase Lincoln used in his Address -- the one that has defined the American democratic ideal ever since.

    Gustav Niebuhr: Obama's 'Gettysburg Moment': For Us, The Living

  • Talk radio has never had it so good after an unlikely combination of government cuts, England's cricket tour of Australia, snow and the ever-enduring popularity of Premier League football propelled BBC Radio 5 Live and TalkSport to record audiences in the final three months of 2010.

    Rajars: Talk radio attracts record listeners

  • When that final day beckons and I take my last earthly breath, her wonderful memory on that fateful day together will allow me to run off into the eternal sunset with an ever-enduring smile upon my face.

    Runners

  • The primary sutras on Buddha-nature maintain that what the Buddha-nature is empty of is not its own ever-enduring reality but impermanence, impurity, moral defects, and suffering - in other words, the painful constrictions and imperfections of samsara.

    I'm an Atheist, Sort of

  • And now to reduce for clearness sake to its principal heads all that has been set forth with its immediate conclusions, the summing up is this briefly: that man, by a necessity of his nature, is wholly subject to the most faithful and ever-enduring power of God; and that as a consequence any liberty except that which consists in submission to God and in subjection to His will, is unintelligible.

    Pope Leo XIII on True Liberty

  • His fingers bore several rings — one, the ever-enduring heavy seal — and from his vest dangled a neat gold watch chain, from which was suspended the secret insignia of the Order of Elks. The whole suit was rather tight-fitting, and was finished off with heavy-soled tan shoes, highly polished, and the grey fedora hat.

    Sister Carrie

  • Stories began to crop up — those ever-enduring, droll stories which form the major portion of the conversation among American men under such circumstances.

    Sister Carrie

  • It is bliss to feel that the soul is an ever-enduring entity.

    The Jericho Road

  • In the shade of the tall trees of the park, two men were drinking in the beauties of the season, in all the glory and splendor of its ever-changing, yet ever-enduring loveliness.

    One Day A sequel to 'Three Weeks'

  • It is of the first importance to duly consider and estimate this ever-enduring part.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001)

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