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permanently

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpermanentlyper‧ma‧nent‧ly /ˈpɜːmənəntli $ ˈpɜːr-/ ●●○ adverb  always, or for a very long time opp temporarily The accident left him permanently disabled.see thesaurus at always
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permanentlyIf the innovation proved successful in the trial institution it was hoped that it would be adopted permanently.No matter what the claims, no obesity cures to date really work to help people lose weight permanently.There was one telescope, however, that was permanently aimed at Earth.Hardy was permanently banned from professional figure skating.It's such a dangerous neighborhood that the windows of some stores are permanently barricaded.It also ensures that the city is permanently cloaked in a stinking cloud of smoke and dust.We now spent little time in the house, which seemed permanently cold.The accident has left Hanson permanently disabled.Thirteen students were permanently expelled from the school.The accident left him permanently paralyzed.She had a great square face, with a large jaw, and cheeks that were permanently red.Nynex itself admits is it looking to permanently shed more than 16,000 full-time jobs.
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