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perpetuity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperpetuityper‧pe‧tu‧i‧ty /ˌpɜːpəˈtjuːəti $ ˌpɜːrpɪˈtuː-/ noun   in perpetuity
Examples from the Corpus
perpetuityThe $ 17. 95 rate is guaranteed in perpetuity for users who sign up by the end of June.Once you signed with a major league team, you were theirs in perpetuity to do with as they saw fit.There have been acquisitions like this, to buy buildings and keep them in perpetuity for arts uses.The circular changed and allowed that joint finance money to be paid over a much longer period and virtually in perpetuity.And now the main enemy is not the perpetuity rule, but fiscal legislation.What had to be watched therefore was the perpetuity rule.
From Longman Business Dictionaryperpetuityper‧pe‧tu‧i‧ty /ˌpɜːpɪˈtjuːɪtiˌpɜːrpɪˈtuː-/ noun in perpetuityLAW for all future timeThe contract allows them to use the photographs in perpetuity.
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