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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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Your perambulating pensioner has never had the gift for sport, but he loves the poetry of cricket - photos of whiskered Victorians hanging immortally on pavilion walls, timber floors, wet ham, shelled eggs and salad teas with those tomatoes sliced with surgical precision, the smell of linseed, sweat and beer.
He had a short life, but he had his name immortally recorded in the annals of those struggling for a better future," it said in an online statement
With his immortally charming lilt, Morgan Freeman's character Red recounts how the movie's hero Andy - a wrongly jailed man - battles the authorities for books for the prison library.
This tension over classical realism is registered again in [section]9's collection of authors: "My specific dream was of becoming an immortally great fiction writer, a la Gaddis or Anderson, Balzac or Perec, & c" (73).
Prain's ultimate designs on Stella are more immortally erotic than temporally sexual.
embassy in Tel Aviv immortally entitled, "Israel: A Promised Land for Organized Crime?
But, in a book about an institution immortally associated with crucial experiments by Isaac Newton, Robert Boyle, Robert Hooke, Thomas Young and many later fellows of the Royal Society, this silence seems awkward.
Stoyte, is a temple to eternal youth, the victory "no longer of the spirit but of the body, the well-fed body, for ever youthful, immortally athletic, indefatigably sexy" (17).
With immortally daft lines like, "I like blinking, I do," the bubbly blonde, who gave up her job at ClassyCutz in Newport to enter the house in 2001 and became one of the series' most loved characters.
I saw My West--the land I bought and gave and never Saw, but like the Israelite, From some high pass or crazy crag of mind, saw-- Saw all, Swale and savannah and the tulip tree Immortally blossoming to May, Hawthorne and haw Valleys extended, prairies idle, and the land's Long westward languor lifting Toward the flaming escarpment of the end of day--(New 10)
Science and religion, immortally split apart, but do they have more in common with each other than one would think?