continuity is lax: some actors play several characters; other roles are portrayed by multiple actors.
In that stage of life, school districts and continuity become crucial.
Some Obamacons, like [Kevin] Gutzman and Bacevich, see that continuity as reflecting a broader pattern in the political class.
Is Jewish continuity beyond for its own sake worse pursuing?
Japan had continuity—it was largely an imperial war—and the Emperor remained.
I do not contest the truth of the principle of continuity on which this view is based.
It was not the continuity of men's lives I felt, but their oneness.
The processes of his mind are characterised by continuity, consistency, and a kind of gathering intensity of movement.
The word 'continuity' suggests the possibility of resolving all differences into differences of quantity.
For never shall being from being be sundered so as to lose its continuity by dispersion or recombination.
continuity con·ti·nu·i·ty (kŏn'tə-nōō'ĭ-tē, -nyōō'-)
The state or quality of being continuous.
An uninterrupted succession or flow; a coherent whole.