His shelves were packed with religious artifacts from around the world-an ekuaba from Ghana, a gold cross from Spain, a cycladic idol from the Aegean, and even a rare woven boccus from Borneo, a young warrior’s symbol of perpetual youth.
Glick decided it must be perpetual Christmas inside Vatican City.
There are no more uses of "perpetual" in the book.
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A perpetual flame burns beside the grave of John F. Kennedy.