continuance vs continuation

continuance continuation

Definitions

  • 1) countable (law) An order issued by a court granting a postponement of a legal proceeding for a set period.
  • 2) uncountable The action of continuing.
  • 3) uncountable The action of continuing.
  • 4) countable (law) An order issued by a court granting a postponement of a legal proceeding for a set period.
  • 5) A continuation or sequel.
  • 6) The time during which something exists or lasts; duration.
  • 7) Law Postponement or adjournment to a future date.
  • 8) The act or fact of continuing.
  • 9) Law Postponement or adjournment to a future date.
  • 10) obsolete A holding together; continuity.
  • 11) obsolete A holding together; continuity.
  • 12) The entry of such adjournment and the grounds thereof on the record.
  • 13) A holding on, or remaining in a particular state; permanence, as of condition, habits, abode, etc.; perseverance; constancy; duration; stay.
  • 14) The adjournment of the proceedings in a cause from one day, or from one stated term of a court, to another.
  • 15) Uninterrupted succession; continuation; constant renewal; perpetuation; propagation.
  • 16) the property of enduring or continuing in time
  • 17) the period of time during which something continues
  • 18) the act of continuing an activity without interruption
  • 19) A holding on, remaining, or abiding in a particular state, or in a course or series; permanence, as of habits, condition, or abode; a state of lasting; continuation; constancy; perseverance; duration.
  • 20) In law: The deferring of a trial or hearing, or the fixing of a future day for the parties to a suit to appear or to be heard. Specifically— In the United States, the deferring of a trial or suit from one stated term of the court to another.
  • 21) Progression of time.
  • 22) Uninterrupted succession or continuation; indefinite prolongation; perpetuation.
  • 23) Continuity; resistance to a separation of parts; a holding together; ductility.
  • 24) Synonyms and Continuity, etc. See continuation.

Definitions

  • 1) The act or state of continuing; the state of being continued; uninterrupted extension or succession; prolongation; propagation.
  • 2) basketball A successful shot that, despite a foul, is made with a single continuous motion beginning before the foul, and that is therefore valid in certain forms of basketball.
  • 3) computing A representation of an execution state of a program at a certain point in time, which may be used at a later time to resume the execution of the program from that point.
  • 4) computing A representation of an execution state of a program at a certain point in time, which may be used at a later time to resume the execution of the program from that point.
  • 5) That which extends, increases, supplements, or carries on.
  • 6) basketball A successful shot that, despite a foul, is made with a single continuous motion beginning before the foul, and that is therefore valid in certain forms of basketball.
  • 7) The act or fact of going on or persisting.
  • 8) An extension by which something is carried to a further point.
  • 9) The act or fact of beginning again after stopping; resumption.
  • 10) The state of continuing in the same condition, capacity, or place.
  • 11) That which extends, increases, supplements, or carries on.
  • 12) That act or state of continuing; the state of being continued; uninterrupted extension or succession; prolongation; propagation.
  • 13) a part added to a book or play that continues and extends it
  • 14) a Gestalt principle of organization holding that there is an innate tendency to perceive a line as continuing its established direction
  • 15) the consequence of being lengthened in duration
  • 16) the act of continuing an activity without interruption
  • 17) Extension in space; a carrying on in length; prolongation: as, the continuation of a line in surveying.
  • 18) Extension or carrying on to a further point; the thing continued: as, the continuation of a story.
  • 19) plural Trousers.
  • 20) In mathematics, a process in fluxions equivalent to integration by parts.
  • 21) The act or fact of continuing or prolonging; extension of existence in a lino or series.

Examples

  • 1) We celebrate our short but intense friendship and affirm its continuance.
  • 2) So I give you a toast to youth, and the continuance of the McClintock family.
  • 3) `But how is a king to secure the continuance of his line and the peace of his lands without sons?
  • 4) With such proofs of the uncertain continuance here of the great ornaments & blessings of society, let not little circumstances induce us to neglect the tender of their friendship.
  • 5) I sense that Sen. Clintons continuance is not good, but that's just one guys gut feeling.
  • 6) The only variance of note was that in Term 22, providing for the short-term continuance of statutes relating to the export marketing of salted fish.
  • 7) If it clearly appears that the accused has not in fact been misled by the form of the charges and specifications, and that a continuance is not necessary for the protection of his substantial rights, the court may proceed immediately with the trial upon directing an appropriate amendment of the defective charge of specification.
  • 8) Although the question of a continuance is one for the sound discretion of the court, whenever it appears that the court has abused its discretion and denied the accused a reasonable opportunity to prepare for trial or otherwise perfect his defense, the proceedings should be disapproved.
  • 9) Subject to the provisions of said Section 93 and in continuance of the principle heretofore sanctioned under the North-West Territories Act, it is enacted that the Legislatures of the said Provinces shall pass all necessary laws in respect of Education; and that it shall therein always be provided
  • 10) Elihu maintains that afflictions are to the godly disciplinary, in order to lead them to attain a higher moral worth, and that the reason for their continuance is not, as the friends asserted, on account of the sufferer's extraordinary guilt, but because the discipline has not yet attained its object, namely, to lend him to humble himself penitently before God (Isa 9: 13; Jer 5: 3).
  • 11) Whether those lives were wasted, or whether their brave example was not worth more to the world than a few years more of continuance, is not the question here to be asked.
  • 12) – Felix chops the log in continuance – at a similar break in the tune the same voice heard again, nearer.
  • 13) The hurried music from the close of the First Act to play in continuance until this scene is discovered, and Frankenstein enters, hastily, to centre of stage.
  • 14) ‘The continuance of existence depends on another Being beyond the human realm.’
  • 15) ‘The effectiveness of planning agencies in managing the war led to their continuance in postwar organizations and relationships.’
  • 16) ‘I have this right because in small part I am responsible for his existence, its beginning and continuance.’
  • 17) ‘My paintings and ceramics come from research on India's cynical notion of time and continuance.’
  • 18) ‘We are trying to resolve the issues to try to ensure further continuance of a major company.’
  • 19) ‘India is at a very crucial crossroads and only courageous adherence to the letter and spirit of its constitution will ensure its continuance as a time-tested secular democratic Republic.’
  • 20) ‘The continuance of proxy voting in the French chamber of deputies for 35 years after it was banned by the 1958 Constitution is another of many examples.’
  • 21) ‘Well, putting an end to any uncertainty about the band's continuance, they are back with a new album and a new lease on life.’
  • 22) ‘If it finds closure of these schools impossible, it can allow continuance of a few deserving ones with due recognition and ask the remaining to close shop.’
  • 23) ‘The question is control over borders and continuance of territory.’
  • 24) ‘Growing numbers believe that these humanist aspirations are essential for the well-being and continuance of our species.’
  • 25) ‘And like a young woman, the idea of a trade union was sexy, alluring and necessary for continuance of the worker state.’
  • 26) ‘In a truly participatory democratic society, an educated and skilled population is essential to its continuance.’
  • 27) ‘The continuance of the South-East's competitive advantage continues to act as a magnet for both firms and skilled individuals.’
  • 28) ‘Instead we can only hope that the odd fleeting moment of inspiration surfaces on what is destined to be an increasingly irrelevant continuance.’
  • 29) ‘The first indication of governance would be in the initiation or continuance of policies on infrastructure.’
  • 30) ‘For her, continuance of her government is not important but the implementation of her agenda.’
  • 31) ‘Business continuance focuses on the timely resumption of business operations, which is dependent on access to critical data and applications within a reasonable time frame.’
  • 32) ‘What is required are those values that establish stability and continuance and ensure enhancement of complex constructs of relativer life durations.’
  • 33) ‘Sadly, given all the real-life examples of devastating data loss, many companies still have not learned the lesson about data disasters and business continuance.’
  • 34) ‘The United States bears a heavy responsibility for the continuance of this dire situation.’
  • 35) ‘The committee wish to thank everyone for the marvellous support in the past and look forward to its continuance in the future.’
  • 36) ‘As mentioned earlier, many companies depend upon tape backup for business continuance while neglecting the impact on recovery, should there be a regional disruption.’
  • 37) ‘This is a trend which likely reflected the growth and continuance of an episodic high-risk form of drinking.’
  • 38) ‘In addition, massive data volume growth is increasing the importance of near-line and off-line storage for disaster recovery and business continuance.’
  • 39) ‘Appealing to both forces, we ascribe interruption to perceptions and continuance to objects.’
  • 40) ‘Basque culture underwent a revival in the late 19th century, which ensured its continuance into the 20th century.’
  • 41) ‘Business continuance is a critical function that organizations are facing.’
  • 42) ‘He recognised their role in defending the nationalists and he saw their continuance in the long term as yet another string to his negotiating bow with London.’
  • 43) ‘How do you maintain high-speed access to current corporate information while you protect and secure business continuance with little or no downtime?’
  • 44) ‘The associative series gives form to and foregrounds the idea of continuance, embodying the way the past inheres in and deforms the present.’
  • 45) ‘I see them all as they were in those days and perhaps that conveys upon them, at least for my lifetime, a kind of continuance.’
  • 46) ‘The continuance of a free and unfettered press is of critical importance to a free and democratic society.’
  • 47) ‘An organization's ability to access its archived data instantly is crucial to business continuance and, hence, the storage-network design.’
  • 48) ‘After 1945, and even after the regulations of 1948 came into force, the threat was for some years obscured by the continuance of wartime controls over the metals of which the plates are made.’
  • 49) ‘Results show the very strong influence of friendships on tobacco initiation and continuance among this national sample of adolescents.’
  • 50) ‘Welty's leadership has been critical to the program's creation - and its continuance.’
  • 51) ‘Affective commitment has been shown to have a positive impact on prosocial behaviours while continuance commitment undermines prosocial behaviours.’
  • 52) ‘Consistent testing of business continuance processes is also critical to evaluating compliance.’
  • 53) ‘To address the current business continuance demands, a new data availability and file recovery model is needed.’
  • 54) ‘He also denied that there was discontent brewing among party workers over his continuance in the office.’
  • 55) ‘In each case, it seems to be necessary to convince the court that continuance in office of a particular executor, trustee or administrator would be likely to prevent the trust being properly carried out.’
  • 56) ‘Thus, it cannot tolerate continuance of a force representing the former conditions.’
  • 57) ‘Like a country evangelical church, the first courthouse encouraged the growth and continuance of a local patriarchal community.’
  • 58) ‘Nor with some bizarre notion that the bishops must continue in their offices merely for the sake of continuance.’
  • 59) ‘Perhaps their attorney has been getting continuances for them.’
  • 60) ‘In American justice, all appeals and continuances in a case build upon the initial hearing, so it doesn't surprise me that the Judge was knocking this guy's appeals out left and right.’
  • 61) ‘We had 29 continuances before our case was heard.’
  • 62) ‘Most judges would grant a trial continuance under those circumstances to avoid prejudice to either side.’
  • 63) ‘He asked for and was granted a continuance, and the issue would be revisited at a later date.’

Examples

  • 1) Audience feedback and sponsor evaluation are a useful continuation of this process.
  • 2) Duck trick one and win the continuation in hand.
  • 3) Best play is to duck the first and win the continuation.
  • 4) These figures are a continuation of a trend that has been there for a few years.
  • 5) Over the past week we have seen a continuation of the dry weather that began in June.
  • 6) Without that, military progress may take us not to war termination but to war continuation.
  • 7) In part, this is the continuation of a trend that has seen more people work from home for lifestyle reasons.
  • 8) I suspect we will see a continuation of low mortgage availability for the next few months, at least.
  • 9) The recording process was the continuation of a long-held Underworld philosophy.
  • 10) This represents a continuation of the trends which began at the very end of the nineteenth century, but it has not been a steady evolution.
  • 11) It's also because we are seeing a continuation of the voluminous proportions of the past 18 months.
  • 12) Win 4 continuation with A and face the challenge of dealing with the fourth heart.
  • 13) Everyone else who has their nose to the oven is predicting a continuation of the trend back towards French brasserie food, which would be nice.
  • 14) Offering the Republican response, California Rep. Kevin McCarthy criticized what he called the continuation of a "stimulation strategy that's led to more debt and fewer jobs."
  • 15) He says extending the American training effort into the next presidency would require the deployment of tens of thousands of our troops, which he calls a continuation of the occupation of Iraq.
  • 16) President Obama accused Iran's leaders of hypocrisy for first encouraging the protests in Egypt, which they described as a continuation of Iran's own revolution, and then cracking down on Iranians who used the pretext to come out on the streets.
  • 17) "Israel has three options," Erekat said, a two-state solution, a single state including Jews and Palestinians, or what he called a continuation of Israel's "racism" and "apartheid system" in the West Bank where Arabs and Christians can't use roads reserved only for Israelis.
  • 18) Jews and Palestinians, or what he called a continuation of Israel's racism and apartheid system in the West Bank where Arabs and Christians can't use roads reserved only for
  • 19) Walton, in continuation table of contents/novel texts/
  • 20) Writing a summary of facts (see the story of the Harry Potter Lexicon debacle) or writing a continuation is derivative and therefore illegal without permission.
  • 21) •Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade, the NBA's second-leading scorer, has been an energetic, defensive terror, averaging 2.1 steals and 1.4 blocked shots in continuation of the emphasis on defense he practiced in Beijing.
  • 22) ‘This e-mail is partly an afterthought and partly continuation of our discussion from last night.’
  • 23) ‘Perhaps the most obvious issue is resumption, continuation, or worsening of substance abuse.’
  • 24) ‘I note that one of the major recommendations was that continuation of research is critical to New Zealand's future.’
  • 25) ‘For the institution of the High Court the appointment of a new Judge reflects a process of continuation and renewal.’
  • 26) ‘What resulted is a discussion on record to obtain new dates for continuation.’
  • 27) ‘In due course this strategy would have the advantage of making unnecessary the continuation of American economic aid to Western Europe.’
  • 28) ‘What we did today was simply to clarify just loads and loads of questions, and there will be that continuation of that same process this evening.’
  • 29) ‘As necessity dictates, there are sinister reasons behind all that unfolds, and at the end the scene is set for an even darker and gloomier continuation.’
  • 30) ‘So if the work-for-the-dole scheme fails its own criteria, one may justly ask what's the point of its continuation?’
  • 31) ‘The continuation of its current reform path should enable Bulgaria to cope with competitive pressure and market forces within the Union.’
  • 32) ‘The continuation of the human society as we know it now is a function of today's youths who will be tomorrow's adults guiding those coming behind them.’
  • 33) ‘The trouble is, of course, that the civil war was itself the legacy of British imperialism's continuation through the post-colonial era.’
  • 34) ‘Wherever we finish up, my top priority is to obtain the best deal for the members and within that I'd like to see healthy continuation of the protection business.’
  • 35) ‘Nowhere, perhaps, is this as exasperating as in the terrible continuation of massive hunger and undernourishment in India.’
  • 36) ‘I'm proud of my mother's family history, and of what my last name represents in terms of connection to and continuation of that history.’
  • 37) ‘The continuation of this style of development is welcome.’
  • 38) ‘Which leaves the question of what we'll get when the feature-length continuation of the show debuts almost a year from now.’
  • 39) ‘The annual Budget is a natural process of continuation of financial policies and it should build up on the edifice that exists already.’
  • 40) ‘Services needed to be used to guarantee continuation.’
  • 41) ‘The quiz programme is in continuation and in addition to the lecture series on the above subjects regularly held once in a month on Sundays.’
  • 42) ‘They said his continuation in office was ensuring that the tensions remained.’
  • 43) ‘The continuation of such appalling conditions is cause for anger and consternation across a wide spectrum of animal lovers.’
  • 44) ‘The safest course may well be for the lender to express its proposals for rehabilitation of the company in the form of conditions for continuation of its support.’
  • 45) ‘Required preventative treatments as a condition for issuance and continuation of a policy.’
  • 46) ‘Another concern is the continuation of drought conditions across much of the south-east of the country.’
  • 47) ‘In fact, he won elections just two years ago, with 53 percent of the vote, and is ready to hold a referendum on his continuation in office next June.’
  • 48) ‘A continuation of this positive outlook hinged on the commitment of the Government to stay on course in the reform process, he added.’
  • 49) ‘Low education levels, in turn, promote the continuation of these underlying conditions.’
  • 50) ‘There is almost no place for effective resistance to the maintenance and continuation of this order.’
  • 51) ‘The continuation of economic austerity policies under these conditions has provoked a wave of upheavals throughout the continent.’
  • 52) ‘They argue that his contributions are nothing more than a continuation of Stalin's positions.’
  • 53) ‘The real blame for the continuation in office of the increasingly megalomaniacal Maire lies with the Liberals.’
  • 54) ‘I think this conversation would best be served by continuation in the Admiral's office, don't you think?’
  • 55) ‘For much the same reason, we support the continuation of the office of Queen's Counsel.’
  • 56) ‘As long as such funding is given without conditions it is the best way of ensuring the continuation of academic freedom and the existence of the university in any meaningful sense.’
  • 57) ‘Although they are guaranteed labor rights on paper, guestworkers depend on the continuation of a job to remain in the country.’
  • 58) ‘This hardly bodes well for those seeking to perpetuate the continuation of the dollar reserve system in its current form.’
  • 59) ‘What was the position taken at trial as to the continuation of the contract?’
  • 60) ‘Our submission is that it is an affront to the administration of justice if the continuation of the proceedings would be an abuse.’
  • 61) ‘Its mission then as now is to preserve artifacts and works of art and to assure the continuation of the Spanish colonial art tradition.’
  • 62) ‘Sequels contain the continuations of powerful stories.’
  • 63) ‘She dined with presidents and prime ministers, often at her home, and frequently at the salons of the rich and powerful, where the conversations often were continuations of parliamentary or embassy debates.’
  • 64) ‘A lot of the problems that we have nowadays in the world are very obviously continuations and connections from things that have gone on long ago.’
  • 65) ‘These decisions are continuations of situations already in play, and it's your job to move them into the next phase.’
  • 66) ‘Computer networks are continuations of earlier communication technologies such as the telegraph and telephone, radio and television, and similar devices that rely on networked infrastructures.’
  • 67) ‘From one position there might be 20 possible moves, and from each of those there are 20 for the other player, and so on, so after N moves there are 20 to the power N different possible continuations.’
  • 68) ‘Although hypnopompic imagery was originally defined as a persistence of dream imagery into wakefulness, it seems that the images are not always continuations of dreams because they can begin after the sleeper has awoken.’
  • 69) ‘In order to develop a profile of the market during the period under examination, the audit firms that represented continuations of partnerships and named individual members of firms were grouped together.’
  • 70) ‘Mothers also may contribute to a social construction of gender by treating their sons as different from themselves, while treating their daughters as similar, or continuations, of themselves.’
  • 71) ‘Today, many of these paintings seem tame - mere continuations of Western traditions of portraying the nude; yet in their time, they triggered widespread outrage.’
  • 72) ‘Despite the broken-backed attempts by his contemporaries to reinvent his fiction in the form of parodies, continuations, burlettas, and melodramas, the novels themselves appear to have always won the day.’
  • 73) ‘The linear challenges will be met with science and technology efforts maturing before 2020, which are continuations of today's current technology.’
  • 74) ‘Incidentally, if readers who view the above patents are puzzled by their recent dates, it's because both were filed as continuations of previous filings, going back to the dates listed above.’
  • 75) ‘Instead of coming up with ways to ‘legally’ marry her, the only thoughts coming to him were continuations of his visions for the future.’
  • 76) ‘This is often accomplished through a juxtaposition of scenes that could almost be continuations of each other, if it were not for the change in location and actors.’
  • 77) ‘However, the common tendencies observed among similar economies are tendencies that do not seem to be simply continuations of historic trends.’
  • 78) ‘The six books under consideration reveal some newer trends as well as continuations of older tendencies in Romantic studies.’
  • 79) ‘A friend of mine likes to create continuations of books he reads.’
  • 80) ‘Do postcolonialism and postmodernism herald the birth of a new era, or are they merely continuations of the old under a new guise?’
  • 81) ‘They are mostly continuations of scenes already in the film, and would not have added much to the finished product.’
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