unabating

unabating

(ˌʌnəˈbeɪtɪŋ)
adj
not lessening in strength
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In a press release on Saturday late night it said, curtailing Amarnath yatra and deployment of additional troops on baseless pretexts were designed by India to divert world's attention from attempts to change the demographic structure of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IoK) and unabating state-led oppression and egregious human rights violations.
Furthermore, the construction and conversion of units may alleviate some of the distortions in the market caused by the unabating demand and limited supply, but it will not cause prices to collapse.
Rereading some of the letters by the clearer light of this diligently annotated text, I was struck by the truth of David Dabydeen's testimony to Edwards's unabating absorption.