And needless to say it's the GOP that depends on perpetuation of the fiction.
We have in this case a good example of nature's tendency to the perpetuation of a variation.
She was but a girl, a thing of small account where the perpetuation of a family was at issue.
The perpetuation of the family was thus a sacred duty, and the consummation of marriage partook of this character.
No other moth can fulfil the conditions necessary to its perpetuation.
It has forgotten the everlasting lesson of history that mergence of distinct types means the perpetuation of nationalism.
It is a perpetuation of the mores of the lowest free classes in the Roman world.
The perpetuation of the criminal class by heredity is a question difficult to grapple with on many accounts.
The perpetuation of the species must not depend upon the license of immaturity.
It is strange that even self-laudatory patriotism should desire the perpetuation of such rubbish.
late 14c., from Medieval Latin perpetuationem (nominative perpetuatio), noun of action from past participle stem of perpetuare (see perpetuate).