perenniality


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perenniality

(pəˌrɛnɪˈælɪtɪ) or

perennity

n
the quality or condition of being perennial
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Those are the result of an attitude of a president which is responsible and aware of the perenniality of his words.
The validation of the social professional model of the military personnel is done depending on the criteria of completeness, essentiality and perenniality.
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.
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.
Wild relatives possess great genetic diversity, including tolerance to abiotic stresses, perenniality and disease resistance.
vesiculosus because of its perenniality, the negative effects of herbivores would most likely occur both in a low and a high nutrient environment.
He graphically depicts the perenniality of twos in the drawing sent to Milena, of "the 'delinquent' drawn and quartered between two poles and torn apart in the middle and the inventor giving himself airs as though the whole thing were his original invention, whereas he has only copied the butcher who stretches the disemboweled pig in his shop-front" (Letters 204-5).
Classical rhetoric proves its perenniality in advertising discourse as a method of exploiting the needs and aspirations of the members of the consumer society, needs and aspirations transferred onto the praised object.
However, little definitive information is available on different pasture types, species associations, or degree of perenniality and their relationship with SOC stocks in low to moderate rainfall zones.