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  • We both know how constant a watch we must keep to prevent traitors from infiltrating our forces . but I have two new reports.
  • For now, constant surveillance, my Lord.
  • He had been summoned back from the Fremen and had his orders from Hawat—"Under pretext of guarding her, you will keep the Lady Jessica under constant surveillance."
  • I think now he was a man fighting constantly to escape the bars of an invisible cage.
  • In spite of constant warning from his trainers not to depend on the shield’s mindless blunting of attack speed, he knew that shield-awareness was part of him.
  • One of the slave-concubines permitted my father under the Bene Gesserit-Guild agreement could not, of course, bear a Royal Successor, but the intrigues were constant and oppressive in their similarity.
  • As it grew older, the characteristic up-side became an almost constant thing.
  • Its green and white stripes indicate the constant multiple, condition of parallel active and dormant chlorophyll regions.
  • It was a kind of visual fatigue and it came, he knew, from the constant necessity of holding the prescient future as a kind of memory that was in itself a thing intrinsically of the past.
  • Next, the nutrients: sand of Arrakis is mostly a product of worm digestion; dust (the truly omnipresent problem there) is produced by the constant surface creep, the "saltation" movement of sand.

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

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