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  • adj. Alternative spelling of perseverant.

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Examples

  • Timor et moestitia, si diu perseverent, causa et soboles atri humoris sunt, et in circulum se procreant.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • For the truly radical, or oddly perseverent there is also KPFK 90.7 FM.

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  • Is not the observation, Omnia mutantur, nil interit, a contemplation in philosophy thus, that the quantum of nature is eternal? in natural theology thus, that it requireth the same omnipotency to make somewhat nothing, which at the first made nothing somewhat? according to the Scripture, Didici quod omnia opera, quoe fecit Deus, perseverent in perpetuum; non possumus eis quicquam addere nec auferre.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Scripture, Didici quod omnia opera, quoe fecit Deus, perseverent in perpetuum; non possumus eis quicquam addere nec auferre.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Yes, I do, but it's an up-hill battle; one we have to be steadfast and perseverent while fighting.

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  • Something slow, and procrastinating, but also persistent and perseverent.

    Metamorphosism

  • [die Heiligen und Auserwaehlten] Spiritum Sanctum, retineant, tametsi in adulterium, aut in alia scelera prolabantur, et in iis perseverent.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

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