After eight continuous years of war, rebuilding that badly over-used Army is becoming an urgent national problem.
On Tuesday, as she was returning to her home in Deir El-Ballah, she heard loud, continuous explosions coming from the sky.
But after eight years of continuous war, what norms have changed and which remain the same?
The continuous string of revelries makes the days blur together.
“Ours is the first generation where continuous negotiation is the norm,” he said.
Pileus is smooth, continuous, somewhat viscid, margin incurved.
She always thought of seventy-nine as one continuous November.
Up to this time the Wilderness campaign had been a continuous fight and march.
This report was followed by another, and yet another, and now by one continuous volley.
At Salisbury we drilled in mud and water that was at times waist deep, caused by the continuous rains and floods.
continuous con·tin·u·ous (kən-tĭn'yōō-əs)
Uninterrupted in time, sequence, substance, or extent.
Attached together in repeated units.