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  • n. Plural form of perpetuation.

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Examples

  • So, the Obama got the fallout from all of the above previous administrations perpetuations.

    Pawlenty slams Dems on 'reckless' spending

  • The perpetuations of a power disrespectful of every right, in the absence of a real "change" could make the situation to explode and make the Jihadists currents to prevail inside al-Azhar.

    Amir Madani: ElBaradei Against the Mummified Power of Pharaoh

  • You even go so far as to say that in truth, nature spirituality and Gaia worship are not antidotes to modern industrial society's split from the natural world, as they often seem to be, but actually expressions and perpetuations of "the industrial paradigm" itself!!

    Ross Robertson: The Inner Life: Nature And Transcendence

  • The chief characteristic is the fact that the breach has created a background against which all values and all perpetuations of the union now stand out more consciously and clearly.

    Conflict and The Web of Group-Affiliations

  • Druids, are but perpetuations of the grove and temple forms of the ancient astrolatry.

    Astral Worship

  • Besides, what mattered the perpetuations of Bludston brickfields when the Land of Beulah shimmered ahead in the blue distance, when "Martin Chuzzlewit" lay open on his knees, when the smell of the bit of steak sizzling on the cooking stove stung his young blood?

    The Fortunate Youth

  • But the religion of England, —is it the Established Church? no; is it the sects? no; they are only perpetuations of some private man’s dissent, and are to the Established Church as cabs are to a coach, cheaper and more convenient, but really the same thing.

    XIII. English Traits. Religion

  • Besides, what mattered the perpetuations of Bludston brickfields when the Land of Beulah shimmered ahead in the blue distance, when

    The Fortunate Youth

  • At the same time we must not forget the endless and unfathomable perpetuations of ancestry.

    What's Mine's Mine — Volume 2

  • But the religion of England, -- is it the Established Church? no; is it the sects? no; they are only perpetuations of some private man's dissent, and are to the Established Church as cabs are to a coach, cheaper and more convenient, but really the same thing.

    English Traits (1856)

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