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Engineers, I'm sure, know that perpetural motion machines do not exist ...
And he also said, “Our government has kept us in a perpetural state of fear — - kept us in a continous stampede of patriotic fevor — - with the cry of grave national emergency.”
Mark Kirk either doesn't know enough history for an episode of Liberty's Kids or knows and is intentionally distorting history to help his president keep us in perpetural war so he, Kirk, can use it for his reelection campaign.
The perpetural state of emergency was a leverage Kaunda used to detain his political opponents.
That this University will preserve in perpetural memory the relations of Joseph Bryan to his Alma Mater — his great affection for her high traditions, his unswerving loyalty to her true interests, his unforgetting generosity toward her needs.
$1.2 million each sounds fair to me, with a clause guaranteeing perpetural indivisability and forbidding development or so much as a barbeque pit within for a thousand years.