continuance - Polnisch
I saw nothing in this country that could invite me to a longer continuance, and began to think of returning home to England..
It ought to satisfy her; it was so gentle, so tranquil; no lassitude could put an end to its continuance.
She had gambled on the continuance of the Bullock regime and she had lost.
Thus the very points in which they differed seemed, in some measure, to ensure the continuance of their mutual affection.
The same goes for the continuance of the Muslim-Croat Federation in Bosnia.
To disregard such acts can only, as I see it, encourage their continuance, which would be unacceptable.
We reject that vigorously, because it will also undermine the guarantee of the continuance of the Treaty.
These three elements enable us to control catches and to guarantee the continuance of the various fish stocks.
Two: the continuance of pressure for that democratization and better respect for human rights.
Legislators should have regard for their continuance and their important role in job security.
the act of continuing an activity without interruption: perseverance, prosecution, protraction, prolongation, continuation, survival, perpetuation, abidance, perseveration, activity, lengthening, repeating, repetition, persistence, pursuance
the period of time during which something continues: time scale, span, clocking, longueur, stretch, period, rule, stint, period of time, time value, value, duration, time period, note value, residence time
the property of enduring or continuing in time: duration, time