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  • n. Plural form of perseveration.


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  • •Journaling can provide an outlet for your anxieties and perseverations.


  • It disdains the perseverations of logic and proudly shouts that its author is unburdened by the woolly, weak and untrustworthy intellectualizing of those who've lost their ability to feel a connection with the country.

    Adam Hanft: Title Genius; Peeling Back the Language of America By Heart

  • Do we aspies take up these perseverations because we are unable to occupy ourselves with more neurotypical (NT) (that is, something relating to nonautistics) socializing, or do our perseverations prevent us from socializing?

    Boing Boing: May 16, 2004 - May 22, 2004 Archives

  • Because of my perseverations, I have a more thorough understanding of history, politics, language, computers, psychology, geography, and numerous other subjects than the average person.

    Boing Boing: May 16, 2004 - May 22, 2004 Archives

  • Autism being the spectrum that it is, Asperger's would be considered to be on the higher-functioning end, with the impairments being with social skills, and, uh, sensory issues as well, certain perseverations, and obsessive interest in certain subjects, but not so much with a lot of the speech issues that present in classic Autism. - Business News

  • The woman gave Yakup in barter for some of his perseverations on warring, six living children …. who in turn gave him 50 living grandchildren.

    The Moderate Voice

  • But it's my blog and I get to mention my little perseverations, especially when they have caused conspicuous gaps in posting.



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