stopless

stopless

(ˈstɒplɪs)
adj
not having any stops, continuous
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Probably because it can be defined as the contrary of thinking, of knowing who you are, where you are, and of being aware of a stable relationship to clock time, None of that can be found in the last two stanzas of 510, We are in the middle of a "stopless" chaos, And in addition, grammatical clarity virtually breaks down, something which also characterizes quite a few Dickinson's poems,
It is besides specially relevant to accept that mass media and digital era have become a stopless source of symbolic resources for young people; this socializing ability should converge the school interests, which must respond in an innovation way which may allow guiding all representations absorbed by children and transform them in objectives and teaching contents.
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Yet the bravery of her doing a topless scene for 15 minutes--made me coin the word: "stopless." Julie Delpy is a stopless performer.
In the final stanza, we read that the incident was marked above all by a sense of unending ("stopless") chaos, without any hope (or "chance") of peace or rescue.
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The former Billy's Topless is now called Billy's Stopless. (Indeed, "stopless" dancing has become all the rage at other former topless clubs, such as the Baby Doll Lounge, the Kit Kat Club, and Legz Diamonds.)
The shuttles are less comfortable and stopless frequently than the tour buses, but drivers will often slow or stop so you can photograph wildlife from your window.
Gertrude Stein had logorrhea: but the boxy structures of epigram, sentence, and truism broke up her otherwise stopless rush, and partway concealed it.