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  • Not that he preaches anything immoral, but he’s always told me marriage is old-fashioned, an economic device to perpetuate the institution of private property, or something like that or anyway that he doesn’t like it.
  • This was the device by which dependence and suffering were perpetuated as fundamentals of life.

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  • perpetuate a myth
  • The monument helps to perpetuate her memory.

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