diuturnal

diuturnal

(ˌdaɪjʊˈtɜːnəl)
adj
archaic lasting a long time; long-lasting
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A single artist painted them on canvas that's eternal, and every one that artist's gem, whose joy is diuturnal. The artist is well known as Friend, a true and tender painter, whose colors last unto the end nor with the years grow fainter.
It is an ideal example of cultural processes, enormously variable worldwide, and diuturnal. The first cases of animal domestication go back at least nine thousand years (Clutton-Brock, 1987), and while there have been hardly any new domesticates -- the fur-bearing fox and the fruit fly are two commonly-mentioned recent examples, and fish and seafood are being increasingly domesticated now -- the domestication process is of enormous antiquity.