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  • n. The property of being timeless.

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  • n. a state of eternal existence believed in some religions to characterize the afterlife


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  • The thing about the longevity of vampires is that a certain timelessness can enter stories.

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  • If one looks at history, there has always been a certain timelessness to fundamental ideas — whether in mathematics, logic, or elsewhere.

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  • For this reason, timelessness is an inherent and necessary part of Church attitude and Church worship.

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  • How does she also convey that the timelessness is in many ways just an illusion?

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  • There is a certain timelessness in it and I would have almost have said it was in the past except for the description on the Scarlet One’s gown.

    Book Review: The Sweetest Kiss II « Colleen Anderson

  • The only other film – another science fiction thriller – that achieves this timelessness is John Carpenter’s “The Thing,” which was released in 1982 and is betrayed by only two shots of antiquated computers.

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  • KL: I recall the timelessness in the art of Odd Nerdrum's landscapes, but your images, because they are photographs, appear to be chronicles of a definite period.

    Kiša Lala: Mythographers: Recalling The Future, Foretelling The Past

  • Bob, thanks for bringing the idea of timelessness into the discussion in such an interesting way.

    Sticking Up For The Sadducees

  • I supposed fleetingly, as I slipped into a back pew to say the brief prayer that was one's civil greeting to the church's owner that the timelessness was the quality all churches shared; a matter admittedly, to some extent, of shadows and carvings and high groined ceilings and dim religious light, but also of the years of use, the words, the thoughts, the griefs and joys of countless people through the years.

    Rose cottage

  • "I like the idea of timelessness, but the way things change so rapidly, a look is going to change and your look is going to change."

    The Seattle Times


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