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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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Citing influences like the equally eclectic New Orleans-based Hurray For The Riff Raff and, of course, The Band (surely an immortally unimpeachable source), Spirit Family Reunion drag in elements of country, folk, blues and what they term "open-door gospel."
"You have to look at Lucy as a little bit of a metaphor for a young, modern female--we've kind of gone from Nancy Drew to The Hunger Games, so who are we, as immortally young women?
But sons, this subject, not of force enough To hold the fiery spirit it contains, Must part, imparting his impressions By equal portions into both your breasts; My flesh, divided in your precious shapes, Shall still retain my spirit though I die, And live in all your seeds immortally. (2 Tam, 5.3.168-74) By viewing his sons as copies of their father, Tamburlaine stresses his belief that his "fiery spirit" will live on through the generations.
The idea of writings functioning as mediumship--making possible a vivid preservation of the past with the persons peopling it then as if alive now--was brilliantly suggested by Jane Campion (Keats 2009), who, when reading John Keats's letters to Fanny Brawne, had precisely the vivid impression that the persons in the text were flesh-and-blood people, immortally present in the words of the texts--this is in fact how she could reconstitute a version of that past in the movie Bright Star (2009).
As Pentecostalism is now beginning to create inroads into progressive politics in Nigeria, perhaps we all should begin to behave like Awolowo, the politician who 'dreamed immortally of tomorrow', but remember to call on the pastors to pray to make it work.
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?" As indeed it is, if you recall Douglas Century's Tablet Magazine series from two years ago, published only a few months after this cable, and laying out in long, stark detail exactly how out of hand things have gotten in the Israeli underworld.