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uninterrupted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuninterruptedun‧in‧ter‧rupt‧ed /ˌʌnɪntəˈrʌptɪd◂/ adjective  1 CONTINUOUScontinuous uninterrupted sleep2 uninterrupted viewuninterruptedly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
uninterruptedBanks need uninterrupted, 24-hour computer systems.Even if a bigger corporate fish gobbles it up, your service should continue uninterrupted.When uninterrupted by unforeseen or unrecognized obstacles, parents will go to great lengths to provide these advantages for their children.uninterrupted coverage of the press conferenceHe spoke uninterrupted for two hours and six minutes.Ray Romano is trying to give a reporter a few uninterrupted minutes of his time.He had the prospect of four years or so of uninterrupted power.With increased demands from users who want clear and uninterrupted service, companies are moving quickly to install equipment.On average, two-year-old children need ten to twelve hours of uninterrupted sleep a night.The battle began at three in the morning and continued uninterrupted until past daybreak.
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