Perennity


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Per`en´ni`ty


n.1.The quality of being perennial.
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A truly national character, necessary for the perennity of Canadians' institutions and welfare, might then at last develop.
Technical value (strength, finishes, guarantees compliance with environmental standards, aesthetics, perennity of the product range): 50%; - discounted price of supplies: 35%; - delivery, assembly and installation: 15%.
The agreement, signed by the previous FA chairman David Bernstein, says: "The order of rotation shall be IFA (2011-15) FAW SFA FA IFA etc in perennity.
We notice in these suggestions the deep roots of Boas's revolutionary thought in the romantic system (in this case, Novalis's thinking), but also its ramifications into Kurt Godel's no less revolutionary system--which demonstrates the modernity and the perennity of the Boasian system as interface between the natural sciences and the sciences of spirit.
Identifying the palatal rugae, which are unique to each individual, is a method that fills technical and biological requirements, particularly the perennity, because it is a high strength tissue and therefore persists for some days after death (ARBENZ, 1988).
Part of this vulnerability to biotic agents is due to perennity of plants, lack of spatial and temporal discontinuity, and the existence of environments favorable to these agents for long period throughout the year (SOUSA; GOES, 2010).
This is because while coercion is of primordial importance in establishing power, persuasion is vital for its perennity.
Entitled Health for growth', the future programme is intended to protect citizens against cross-border health threats, ensure the perennity of health care services and improve the health of the European population while encouraging innovation in the field of health.