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continuum

[kəntin′yo̅o̅·əm] pl. continua
1 a continuous series or whole.
2 (in mathematics) a system of real numbers.

continuum

(botany) vegetation which grades from one type to another with no clear-cut ending or beginning of one and the next.
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Wherever they were, their job was unpleasant, Danger constant and the darkness incessant.
Kathmandu, July 3 -- Flood and landslide triggered by incessant rainfall over the past few days in different parts of the country have killed at least 12 persons including three children from a single family and displaced hundreds of families.
We ambitiously hoped to raise $25,000 and generate 250 members through a combination of new sign-ups and renewals over four days of methodical, incessant pitching.
Hanging from the wall for a few days, freezing rooms, Incessant light,
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23, 2009 (CENS)--Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) plans to lift the daily limit on the price movement of Taiwan depository receipts (TDRs) during the first several trading sessions after their listing, in order to curb their abnormal incessant rises.
The behavior of these particles--their incessant motion--seemed to contradict the theories of matter that ruled the day.
Rockefeller, Sandage weaves together two central legacies of the nineteenth century: one a "culture of incessant striving" (p.