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immortal

(ĭ-môr′tl)
adj.
Biology Capable of indefinite growth or division. Used of cells in culture.

im·mor′tal·ly adv.
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That said, my enthusiasm for the sculpture has diminished, on the basis of a government source who said: "Birmingham has a long and proud history - the city of great names like Chamberlain, Watt, Boulton and White Dee - so we have had lots of options to immortalise in the statue.
For, alas, everything is transient and the snowman will melt soon so I'll immortalise him with camera before the poor fellow meets his doom.
Summary: BISHKEK, Rabi Al-Awwal 14, 1432 H/Feb 17, 2011, SPA -- Kyrgyzstan&'s parliament voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to immortalise Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin by naming a mountain in his honour, in a move to reinforce ties with Moscow.