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Trying hard to outlast.
But I lived to outlast.
MY Word will outlast any who.
I just need to outlast the pain.
What can you build that will outlast.
But Blackwood Farm? It will outlast all of us.
This novel will certainly outlast this or any epoch to come.

No worries, the radio battery would outlast life support by a.
Anunnaki, live elongated lives that far outlast those of humans.
He knew she couldn’t go like this forever and could outlast her.
I’m envious of how well he’s engineered to survive, to conquer, to outlast apocalypse.
The tag line for the show speaks volumes about the its fundamental nature: Outwit, Outplay, Outlast.
The great cast-iron stove was in excellent condition and bid fair to outlast the Colosseum which it resembled.
That is the weak part of the tale, for I happen to know that the virtuous Karolides is likely to outlast us both.
In fact, we should have stepped back and recognized that the attractiveness of the business would outlast management.
The general doctrine of the Bible that a spirit survives in man's death seems to outlast all the attacks of its opponents.
He was nothing more than a creation that could outlast time, but Jane shook her head, not wanting to believe Willard’s story.
I can't compare with it; and I've known some ships made of dead trees outlast the lives of men made of the most vital stuff of vital fathers.
We just kept at him, all our powers combined as one pouring into his defenses, and doing all we could to survive long enough to outlast his shields.
The stainless steel basins were durable and would outlast the plastic containers they had been using at the center (these were destroyed in short order by the sharp beaks of the birds).
Then, since I am introducing no new usage or practice, I may as well avail myself of the honour that chance offers me, for even though his inclination for me should not outlast the attainment of his wishes, I shall be, after all, his wife before God.
It was hard to decide who was the most pompous of the three, as they poked at the statues with a finger or a stick, giving orders, suggesting strategies that they assumed would be followed, and disagreeing with one another until it seemed these meetings would outlast the war.
After they split up… were strong enough to become the most powerful Western religion of the most powerful Western Empire to ever exist… and then… outlast that empire, take over that Empire…not as a military power, but as a spiritual power… and spread its religious dogma all over the world.
And there seems no reason to doubt that if these elephants, which have now been hunted for thousands of years, by Semiramis, by Porus, by Hannibal, and by all the successive monarchs of the East—if they still survive there in great numbers, much more may the great whale outlast all hunting, since he has a pasture to expatiate in, which is precisely twice as large as all Asia, both Americas, Europe and Africa, New Holland, and all the Isles of the sea combined.
It is discouragingly seldom that a book comes to the reviewers’ hands, which, by its virility and its honest merit as literature, in the old and true sense of the word, rises as high above the average as does The Garden of Allah, which Robert Hichens publishes through the Stokes Company; and it is because it truly possesses these qualities that it gives promise of a life of appreciation which will outlast many other volumes in the year’s crop of fiction.
I have attempted to show that the geological record is extremely imperfect; that only a small portion of the globe has been geologically explored with care; that only certain classes of organic beings have been largely preserved in a fossil state; that the number both of specimens and of species, preserved in our museums, is absolutely as nothing compared with the number of generations which must have passed away even during a single formation; that, owing to subsidence being almost necessary for the accumulation of deposits rich in fossil species of many kinds, and thick enough to outlast future degradation, great intervals of time must have elapsed between most of our successive formations; that there has probably been more extinction during the periods of subsidence, and more variation during the periods of elevation, and during the latter the record will have been least perfectly kept; that each single formation has not been continuously deposited; that the duration of each formation is probably short compared with the average duration of specific forms; that migration has played an important part in the first appearance of new forms in any one area and formation; that widely ranging species are those which have varied most frequently, and have oftenest given rise to new species; that varieties have at first been local; and lastly, although each species must have passed through numerous transitional stages, it is probable that the periods, during which each underwent modification, though many and long as measured by years, have been short in comparison with the periods during which each remained in an unchanged condition.
Its construction methods outlasted and have.
Mandal had outlasted mandir in the electoral battlefield.
The Third Reich had outlasted its founder by just one week.
It even outlasted the dinosaurs, and it hasn’t changed much.
My truck seats, forklift seats, and cushions outperformed and outlasted the.
Its construction methods outlasted and have even surpassed modern day steel structures.
The stability of this kind of structure seldom outlasted the natural or unnatural demise of its leader.
Gold has proven reliable and durable for thousands of years, having outlasted every single paper currency the world has ever known.
Baba, who'd had a few scotches before dinner, was still ranting about the kite tournament, how I'd outlasted them all, how I'd come home with the last kite.
For example take the pre-eminent comedian of America, the late George Carlin, who outlasted all the other comedians in the waning days of the Age of Comedy in America.
Yet her sorrow proved, as he was finally to discover, exceedingly sincere; it outlasted even his demands upon it; but it lived, as all her clouds, in a windy sky; and broke, and blew over.
What will be the contribution that outlasts your physical body?
Life is an opportunity for us to contribute something that outlasts us and.
Because the greatest gift of life is to live it for something that outlasts it: a legacy that continues to grow beyond our years.
Whether any species, or animal, or organism survives or goes extinct, regardless of how valiantly it struggles, or fights, whether it perishes or flourishes, whether it outlasts other species or not; the dance of regeneration is a balanced dynamic.
Of fairy palace, that outlasts the night,.

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