(1) Europe was never going to be another America or Soviet Union, with one constitution imposing national homogeneity over vast distances, and with people and investment migrating ceaselessly in search of employment.
(2) This involves ceaseless snacking of foodstuff with a low glycaemic load, foods that are mainly hummus or things that remind you of hummus or things that are called "hummus" but aren't, in an attempt to appeal to people who only eat hummus (butterbean hummus.
(3) He wasn’t the kind of person to whom primetime news specials would dedicate 20 minutes and glorify with quotes from loved ones about his kind spirit or ceaseless determination to overcome an unfair affliction.
(4) The existence of a male biological clock, and its ceaseless tick-tocking, is a "cause for concern" that has been cropping up on and off for years now.
(5) Nenes' tourist-friendly melodies can seem a world away from Kina's ceaseless quest for social and political change, an artist who implores the world's armies to swap their weapons for musical instruments.
(6) The advent of the smartphone, in ceaseless communication with GPS satellites and servers all over the world, and the rapid expansion of “big data” have resulted in staggering volumes of detailed information available to dozens of government agencies with a few keystrokes .
(7) It was a devastating salvo amid a ceaseless attack on the BBC in the Murdoch press.
(8) "The weather affected Mr Woodhouse," requiring Emma ceaselessly to be attentive to him in order to keep him "tolerably comfortable".
(9) The two strategies are intended to be two complementary moments in the ceaseless fight against CHD.
(10) appear to us as an original therapy, the "pivot chemotherapy" around which psychotherapy and sociotherapy can be arranged without anarchical and ceaseless changes of neuroleptic compounds and of posology.
(11) The capital is famous for art in a way it has never been before, and tourists flow ceaselessly through its galleries.
(12) That only serves to increase the ceaseless pressure on reporters to obtain crowd-pleasing, saleable stories.
(13) You have achieved all of this while working ceaselessly for the interests of the Scottish people within the United Kingdom.
(14) There is a creeping sense that this is turning into a cash cow for the private sector, a get-out-clause for the government ("we've spent all this money, if people can't get jobs despite our help, it's because they are inadequate"), and unemployed people will be left at the bottom, ceaselessly harassed by a totally specious narrative in which their laziness beggars a try-hard administration.
(15) In another, it means an endless emphasis on education, and on skills - a ceaseless focus on driving up standards in order to ensure that opportunity for all is real.
(16) The writer Umair Haque recently described it as the “ ceaseless flickering hum of low-level emotional violence ”.
(17) Sitting constantly in dilapidated cars wrecks their spines, and the ceaseless shouting that goes on in the streets of Cairo destroys their nervous systems,” Khaled Al Khamissi wrote in his 2007 book Taxi , a collection of conversations with 58 of Cairo’s 80,000 taxi drivers.
(18) He's ceaseless, y'know, he was on the anti-war march in New York.
(19) Hilarious animated gifs won’t make us feel better about mass surveillance Don’t try to turn the ceaseless monitoring of the population with your giant supercomputers into some kind of meme.
(20) By any honest reading, though, it’s an indictment of this multinational, one that is utterly undeterred by science in its ceaseless, unblinking quest for profit.
(adv.) Unceasingly; continually.
(1) When, against Real Madrid, Nani was sent off, Ferguson, jaws agape, interrupting his incessant mastication, roared from the bench, uprooting his assistant and marched to the touchline.
(2) Yes, I’m aware that’s confusing, and no, I don’t really know how employers are going to get their heads round this either.” I watch colleagues battle to keep up with the incessant changes and I feel frustrated that this is taking us all away from the core business of providing inspiring lessons for students.
(3) But it rained incessantly and the family had to keep indoors.
(4) Incessantly progressive loss of renal function culminated in irreversible renal failure 7 weeks after initial manifestations of renal insufficiency.
(5) Writing about Tulsa in The Photobook Volume 1 , authors Martin Parr and Gerry Badger say that the "incessant focus on the sleazy aspect of the lives portrayed, to the exclusion of almost anything else – whether photographed from the 'inside' or not – raises concerns about exploitation and drawing the viewer into a prurient, voyeuristic relationship with the work."
(6) Incessant hand to mouth movements are often noted as part of the movement disorder of the hands in the Rett syndrome (RS).
(7) A patient with the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome presented with incessant orthodromic atrioventricular tachycardia following initiation of procainamide therapy.
(8) This 35-year-old male homosexual, who had no psychiatric history, suddenly developed in November 1988 the following psychiatric signs: he started to walk back and forth incessantly, he had the impression that he was the subject of the conversations of the passers-by, that all the posters and notices refer to him, and that he was God.
(9) However, for incessant supraventricular mechanisms, catheter or surgical ablative techniques are recommended to eliminate long-term drug administration.
(10) This report details a patient with incessant fascicular tachycardia.
(11) Two patients died, one due to incessant ventricular tachycardia and one of a cause unrelated to device.
(12) Thirteen out of 14 patients with the incessant or undetermined type of AAT were symptomatic, in contrast to only two of seven patients with the repetitive type.
(13) The problem in deciding what Orwell would write about in 2013 is that Orwell the man was incessantly, in 21st century newspeak, off-message.
(14) A succession of storms, some very high tides and incessant downpours this winter have brought into stark relief Britain's exposure to the weather.
(15) An incessant growth of kallikrein content was detected in DUH patients, whereas their prekallikrein levels were much lower than in the controls.
(16) One baby had an incessant reciprocating tachycardia and subsequently required digoxin for heart failure.
(17) Three of these 16 patients developed electrically provoked incessant VT during treatment with propafenone without other evidence of toxicity.
(18) Staying in London, as gridlock demands we must, Chelsea hope that the captain of Spain's Olympic football team will be so enamoured by the incessant rain and relentless whinging about traffic that he will want to set up permanent home in the capital.
(19) The reason for this savagery is that, contrary to their incessant claims that their long-term plan is working, five years of Osbornomics has been an outright failure, even in its own terms.
(20) But there’s also generic observational material (how British people avoid speaking to strangers on trains, and so on), and I soon found Hess’s incessant burbling and tittering around largely trivial subjects beginning to wash over me.