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con·tin·ued

(kon-tin'yūd),
Continuous; without intermission; said especially of protracted fever without apyretic intervals, such as typhoid fever, compared with the paroxysms of fever in malaria.
[L. continuo, to join together, make continuous]
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"The nursing home industry will continue to press for weaker regulation, including alternatives to the survey and certification process that would require a 'collaborative' rather than an enforcement relationship between the regulators and the regulated.
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AICPA progress on the legislative front also could help attract talent, said Cohen, who believes it is imperative the Institute continue to regard workload compression as one of the biggest problems facing CPAs in public practice.
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We have made no decisions about specific funding assistance levels beyond FY 2006, but will continue working with the Congress as planning is further developed.
Other nonferrous metals also continue to enjoy stronger pricing, though again there is some caution creeping into statements by metals traders.