unperishable

Related to unperishable: imperishable

unperishable

(ʌnˈpɛrɪʃəbəl)
adj
obsolete imperishable
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The global campaign, which marked the UN International Day of Charity on 5 September, saw visitors to the 46 hotels supporting the initiative, which were located across Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East - donate books, notebooks, stationery, clothing and unperishable foods.
But the home must do its share so that our children may learn from the cradle those folksongs and folklore transmitted by word of mouth from generation to generation and which form the repository of our common unperishable tradition.
Al Maktoum Foundation is also donating two-week long shipments of necessary unperishable foodstuff to deprived regions abroad.
Letter carriers on Saturday gathered 118,400 pounds of unperishable food items from postal patrons in the Eugene-Springfield area for FOOD for Lane County's "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive, organizers announced Sunday.
Sir Robert Menzies, the former Australian Prime Minister and avid cricket enthusiast once said 'cricket is a summer game for the player and the observer, but a winter game for the reader and thinker who sits by his fireside and evokes unperishable memories'.
No fewer than 14 British classics, four Arcs, 28 centuries of winners and 11 jockeys' championships are the astounding statistics that have given Pat his unperishable place in the history books.
Sometimes this game taps into rhythms that most of us have forgotten, but are glad to be reminded of - the unique experience of a mass of disparate folk united in happy acknowledgement that they were there on this unperishable afternoon.