perpetuator


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per·pet·u·ate

 (pər-pĕch′o͞o-āt′)
tr.v. per·pet·u·at·ed, per·pet·u·at·ing, per·pet·u·ates
1. To cause to continue indefinitely; make perpetual.
2. To prolong the existence of; cause to be remembered: The new library will perpetuate its founder's great love of learning.

[Latin perpetuāre, perpetuāt-, from perpetuus, continuous; see perpetual.]

per·pet′u·ance, per·pet′u·a′tion n.
per·pet′u·a′tor n.

perpetuator

(pəˈpɛtjʊˌeɪtə)
n
someone who or something that perpetuates (something)
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Sapsea's composition, that, in spite of his intention to end his days in Cloisterham, and therefore his probably having in reserve many opportunities of copying it, he would have transcribed it into his pocket-book on the spot, but for the slouching towards them of its material producer and perpetuator, Durdles, whom Mr.
Rabea had previously struggled with the prosecution authorities to be able to file a report, and no action was taken against the perpetuator, despite Rabea's official accusations against the police officer who allegedly tortured Moawad.
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It is both a creator and perpetuator of the dominant values of the culture, the social norms by which most people govern their behavior.
ese are the kinds of beauty beliefs that go unchecked for years, spread by word of mouth and that notorious perpetuator of erroneous information, the internet.
The contributors examine the book's provocation, the perpetuator's point of view, the idea of memory and intertext, historical perspectives, the reception of Adelphic incest in Nabakov and Little, the aesthetics of violence, the similarity of certain perpetuators, visibility and iconography in the German language, the narrative's real target audience, how Nazis undermine their own point of view, manufacturing memories, infamous "I" notes in Little and Celine, the scorched-earth principle, allegiance and guilt in a totalitarian perpetrator, an historian's view, and a German reading.
That's Lucy Pargeter, beauty contest perpetuator and Miss Great Britain judge 2007.
However, in the Gwent valleys the spirit of Bevanite Trotskyism is still alive and well and I'm sure that Karl Francis sees himself as the perpetuator of that tradition.
Philosophers would argue that the very fact of buying food for money would taint it, as it is transmogrified from a life-sustaining gift and a perpetuator of "society" to a greedy tool for farmers to make a buck.
Potter's "Wind-Pipe Acting Perpetuator," a concoction that follows an ancestor's parchment receipe dated A.
This is understandable in a white racist society--but it is crippling for a despised people struggling for freedom, in that one's eyes should be on the prize, not on the perpetuator of one's oppression.
Psychologist Katarina Fritzon said the perpetuator was likely to be aged between 25 and 35 and have a fascination with fire.