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.
The perpetuator of the assault, identified as a member of Islamic State in Iraq and Al-Sham named Amedy Coulibaly, reportedly had ties to two arrested suspects of the Charlie Hebdo attack.
The cause of the shooting was unknown but authorities linked it to mental problem as the perpetuator was reported to have shot himself in 2008 in Juba.
Portman then added that people should be "part of the solution" of this gender discrimination issue instead of being the perpetuator.
The victim on the other hand, even with a decent knowledge of computer technology, can't cure the denial of access to their files as doing so would require a decryption key which is in the clutches of the perpetuator.
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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.
The perpetuator of QE, the outgoing Fed Chairman, Ben Bernanke is on exit and Janet Yellen is another supplier of QE.
Within these parameters, he argues that the Obama administration has acted as a mere perpetuator of the stagnant policies offered by its predecessors and is thus the harbinger of the US's fall from dominance in the region.
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.