As a result, it has shaped our brains so that they are primed to perpetuate it.
In Paris, a new generation of entrepreneurs are launching initiatives to perpetuate the Yiddish way of life.
And they were going to perpetuate the previous “us against them” era by any means necessary.
Two of the events, nearly ten percent of this symposium, perpetuate the lie that Zionism is racism.
But religion also compels us to fight the unjust, prejudiced systems that cause and perpetuate that misfortune.
Of course she cannot perpetuate or transmit such rights—if rights they can be called.
The Royal House ought to be grateful to me:—I am helping to perpetuate it.
Ought we not, then, to adopt every measure which may be necessary to perpetuate them?
His attitude, as I drove up, was one which Hunt would have delighted to perpetuate.
We are rearing monuments to perpetuate their deeds of valor.