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  • n. Plural form of persistency.


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  • These persistencies, if a man has once satisfied himself of their direction and mastered their bearings and application, are just as cogent and valuable a guide to conduct, whether he publishes them _ad urbem et orbem_, or esteems them too strong meat for people who have, through indurated use and wont, lost the courage of facing unexpected truths.

    On Compromise

  • The structure of the liabilities associated with most of the taxable fixed income portfolio, and that's primarily annuities, continues to demonstrate very strong persistencies in continued positive funds flow, which I think speaks volumes about the nature of our products, our customer base, the strong relationships our Horace Mann agents have with their clients, and the great service our customer service reps provide.

    Financial Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • I made inquiries, and found that, for some reason, probably connected with the persistencies of the female sex, Matlack had become a sort of Daniel Boone and wanted to go away as far as possible from his kind. "

    The Associate Hermits


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