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constant
used in The Bourne Identity

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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • When it was over and the vital signs had remained constant, Dr. Geoffrey Washburn went back to his chemical and psychological appendage.
    Chapter 1 (55% in)
  • As Socrates understood, the inequality of values is constant.
    Chapter 5 (72% in)
  • A scratching, growing louder, constant.
    Chapter 7 (35% in)
  • Cain's one of the side issues contained in our constant pressure on Hanoi to trace MIAs," explained Knowlton.
    Chapter 16 (45% in)
  • He constantly erodes Carlos' stature.
    Chapter 16 (93% in)
  • Monies were constantly funneled to accounts beyond official scrutiny, certain understandings intrinsic to the payments.
    Chapter 31 (80% in)
  • Conklin was hobbling pathetically toward the gates, turning constantly, the gun extended, his destination a car outside in the road.
    Chapter 32 (94% in)
  • The cover itself is a decoy-very visible, very negative, constant pressure applied to maintain that visibility.
    Chapter 34 (37% in)
  • You say there's been constant pressure on the decoy to maintain a negative, highly visible profile.
    Chapter 34 (38% in)

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