постоянный; неизменный; долговременный; перманентный; длящийся; бессменный; необратимый; остаточный
- The incorporation of the gorilla male into a more-or-less permanent party is probably associated with certain benefits in relation to the terrestrial feeding niche.
- Many are now in the caring hands of staff at the Battersea Dogs Home in London, but they still have to find a permanent home.
- Upland farms usually have at least 50% or even all of the land classified as enclosed, sown, short-term and permanent pastures.
- This left the way open for those prominent in the Essex Federation to argue that if such arrangements were acceptable during a temporary absence of tutor-organiser, there was no reason why they should not apply on a more permanent basis if the voluntary members wanted to give their "voluntaryism" full rein.
- Thereafter he took heed from being dropped once or twice, and soon established a permanent place in the team.
- The households of early medieval kings were simple affairs; the permanent staff was small.
- Long leys (often misnamed "permanent leys") are designed for the long-term improvement of grassland.
- The more frequently a response is paired with a particular stimulus, the more likely it is to become a permanent relationship or habit.
- Many continue the tradition of a market day; others established permanent, covered markets in the last century.
- But the practical difficulty of moving towards such a solution, given existing comparatively small school buildings, was conclusive; and the then Permanent Secretary, Maurice Holmes, advised the Minister to divide secondary school children up into relatively small units, each with its own type of curriculum, according to ability.
- "Incomers who remain dissatisfied will not remain in Shetland long, and a high turnover amongst incomers could be more disruptive to Shetland than the presence of more permanent residents (SSP: 20)."
- For the Western church the removal of the African church meant the removal of a permanent focus of fruitful tension.
- he became a second permanent secretary in the Department of the Environment during Edward Heath's administration.