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  • There was nothing long-continued about these rhythms that we struck.


  • Nor is the higher education forgotten, as witness the long-continued support of the University, which stands at a par with the best educational institutions of the world.

    The Principles of the Republican Party: A Rare Unpublished Jack London Essay

  • I suppose my long-continued chumming with Lop-Ear had become a habit.


  • Natural gas is used more widely in the United States than in any other country in the world; it is an important source of energy here, but it must be regarded as a somewhat short-lived bonanza rather than a base for long-continued development.

    Energy and Society~ Chapter 5~ Steam~ Key to the Industrial Revolution

  • The question is again being discussed whether recent and long-continued observations do not point to the advent of a second glacial period, when the countries now basking in the fostering warmth of a tropical sun will ultimately give way to the perennial frost and snow of the polar regions.

    Scientists Considered Pouring Soot Over the Arctic in the 1970s to Help Melt the Ice - In Order to Prevent An Ice Age

  • Furthermore, the Japanese failed to recognize that the surplus, which they controlled at the outset of the revolution, was a consequence of the long-continued policies of limiting the birth rate.

    Energy and Society~ Chapter 10~ Adaptations to New Technology

  • Then in 1838, I happened to read for amusement Malthus on Population, and being well prepared to appreciate the struggle for existence which everywhere goes on from long-continued observation of the habits of animals and plants, it at once struck me that under these circumstances favorable variations would tend to be preserved, and unfavorable ones to be destroyed.

    The Nature of Technology

  • It was easy for her to see that Mr Harrel was bent upon using every method he could devise, to entangle her into some engagement with Sir Robert, and though she could not imagine the meaning of such a scheme, the littleness of his behaviour excited her contempt, and the long-continued error of the baronet gave her the utmost uneasiness.


  • It is not surprising that Knud Ibsen, whose to were in a worse condition than ever, refused even to consider a course of life which would entail a heavy and long-continued expense.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • The chamber which Marius occupied had a dilapidated brick pavement; this one was neither tiled nor planked; its inhabitants stepped directly on the antique plaster of the hovel, which had grown black under the long-continued pressure of feet.

    Les Miserables


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