Examples of enduring in a Sentence
science fiction's enduring fascination with worlds beyond our own
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One sure sign the celebrity tournament in Stateline, Nev., is really not serious: The most enduring image of last year’s edition was Dell Curry leaping into chilly Lake Tahoe, with his famous son (and Justin Timberlake) hooting and hollering nearby.
Less than a year later, the Empire State Building, with 60,000 tons of steel supplied by U.S. Steel, would reach higher than Chrysler to become the enduring symbol of Manhattan.
Trump is scheduled to reveal his replacement for retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy at 9 p.m. EST, exercising one of the most enduring powers of the presidency for the second time since taking office.
His most enduring contribution was his role in the passage of the 1993 ordinance that gave gay and lesbian people legal protections against discrimination in employment or housing.
The lifting of the driving ban quashes one of the most enduring symbols of sexism and inequality in Saudi Arabia, and has widely been hailed as a major step forward for women’s rights in the country.
Today balikbayan boxes, named after the Tagalog word for a returning Filipino, have become one of the most enduring symbols of the Filipino diaspora.
Now 103 years dead, Hill remains one of the most iconic faces of the Industrial Workers of the World, informally called the Wobblies, a radical international union that is itself an enduring symbol of militant working-class power.
The revolt ended in death for most of the fighters yet left behind an enduring symbol of resistance.
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