perenniality

perenniality

(pəˌrɛnɪˈælɪtɪ) or

perennity

n
the quality or condition of being perennial
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Therefore, we are more cautious than social scientists in the past or in the present when they make predictions about the end or about the perenniality of religion, respectively.
Though retaining a certain perenniality, relationships between doctors and nurses within hospitals, in the clinical context, are not more tranquil than others.
Hughes and Atchison (2015) suggest "that perenniality could have played a general role as a key adaptation, enabling lineages to take advantage of ecological opportunities associated with the recent availability of alpine habitats to rapidly diversify" as was observed in Lupinus (Drummond et al.
Transgenic expression of the maize tandem miRNA Corngrassl, which belongs to miR156, in switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) has been reported to completely inhibit flowering, increase perenniality, increase starch content, and improve biomass digestibility with or without pretreatment due to reduced lignin content [25, 26].
It, suggests the discovery of aspects that favor clarifying aspects not investigated and / or little researched and Its relation with the perenniality of Micro and Small Enterprises (MPEs), being relevant for the Administration while Social sciences, in their academic and practical aspects.
Finally, taking into account the 157 contracts established after the 24 auctions between the years 2005 and April 2016, it was found that 57% of the winning bids, which corresponds to 90 cases, obtained a discount from the value Base of approximately 0.04%, very good adhesion of the participating plants, potentializing the gains and the perenniality of these energy supplying enterprises.
The validation of the social professional model of the military personnel is done depending on the criteria of completeness, essentiality and perenniality. Thus, it is generally accepted to articulate the professional profile of the officer by the synergic correlation of the following defining skills:
Those are the result of an attitude of a president which is responsible and aware of the perenniality of his words.
Yet there is a caveat of the perenniality of old folk,
As a permanent and continuous creation and the expression of the perenniality of a people, African culture definitely intends to put itself to the service of the liberation of Africa from Colonialism in all its forms and from all forms of alienation, and to serve the economic and social betterment of the people.
"An institution recognized by cineastes the world over, this great cinematic institution has always worked hard to assure its perenniality. It has always been about bringing to Montreal screens the new and interesting films that constitute the best showcase of essential cinema culture," festival president Serge Losique was quoted as saying in Tuesday's announcement.
In this connection, Ennaceur laid emphasis on the responsibility falling on the President of the Republic in securing the unity and perenniality of the State.