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  • This profession in America has constantly been held in honour, and more successfully than elsewhere has put forward a claim to the epithet of "liberal."
  • She seemed to beg pardon for it; she looked at him constantly in silence, as if she meant to say that she said nothing because she was afraid of irritating him.
  • We know, however, that Morris possessed the virtue of self-control, and he had, moreover, the constant habit of seeking to be agreeable; so that, although Mrs. Penniman’s demeanour only exasperated his already unquiet nerves, he listened to her with a sombre deference in which she found much to admire.

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  • The history of computers is a history of constant technological advancement.
  • She is in constant pain.

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