Examples of permanent in a Sentence
She made a permanent home in this country.
Prolonged exposure to the sun can cause permanent skin damage.
The museum's permanent collection includes works of art from the 18th century.
The transcripts will serve as a permanent record of the proceedings.
Recent Examples of permanent from the Web
National Signing Day is an occasion for players to make permanent their commitment to a college.
He was assigned to another aircraft carrier, the USS John C. Stennis, at the time of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks that caused creation of Camp X-Ray here, and then subsequently more permanent prison structures.
The Legislature also sent Scott a bill (HB 6021) that would make permanent a law that allowed the Statewide Guardian Ad Litem Office to create a nonprofit organization to raise money for the office.
The virus travels along nerve cells and takes up permanent residence in the body, emerging during times of stress to cause painful blisters.
Any unexpended money at the end of fiscal 2019 would go back into the permanent endowment.
Former Pasadena school leader Kirk Lewis will be the interim Crosby school district superintendent while trustees look for a permanent replacement for Keith Moore.
Jusino guaranteed that the residents who currently live in their facility in Pilsen, mostly men but also single women, will be moved in the following days to permanent housing or to similar organizations in the Chicago area.
The decision to announce his retirement intention now is to give the Parma City Schools Board of Education plenty of time to find a permanent replacement.
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Synonym Discussion of permanent
- a book that left a lasting impression on me
- permanent living arrangements
- durable fabrics
- a stable government
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