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con·ti·nent

(kon'ti-nent),
Denoting continence.

continent

(kŏn′tə-nənt)
adj.
Exercising continence.

con′ti·nent·ly adv.

continent

Referring to continence, see there.

con·ti·nent

(kon'ti-nĕnt)
1. Able to retain urine or stool.
2. Referring to an enterostomy with sphincterlike control.
See also: continence
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1% revenue spike despite a fourth-quarter net loss of $26 million, Continental Airlines reported 2006 net income of $343 million, a strong turnaround from a 2005 loss of $68 million, as full-year revenue jumped 17.
By eliminating further pilot furloughs, Continental can avoid significant training challenges at Continental Express while we focus on separating our ownership interest in Continental Express," said Capt.
Continental now serves 21 cities in Mexico, second only to Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, which serves 23 cities thanks to its code-share agreement with AeroMexico.
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The recent merger talks between UAL, parent of United Airlines, and Continental Airlines could further jump-start the process and spur any laggards into the game.
The 1995 Continental offers an unprecedented level of personalization at a purchase or lease price that represents unequaled value," said Keith Magee, Ford Motor Company vice president and general manager of Lincoln-Mercury Division.
Over the last several years, however, many scientists have come to think that the plates under cratons--the oldest continental cores, which have remained undeformed for more than a billion years--are much thicker than 100 km and may indeed have temperature and chemical profiles that differ from plates under oceans.
The integration of Continental Airlines' cargo system and CPS went smoothly and freight forwarders around the world are now able to take advantage of Continental's extensive route network when booking shipments.
Continental Airlines' load factor rose 2 percentage points from a year ago to 79.
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