# Continuous

## Meanings and phrases

adj.

- continuing in time or space without interruption; - James Jeans; uninterrupted
- of a function or curve; extending without break or irregularity

n.

- (cosmology) the theory that the universe maintains a constant average density with matter created to fill the void left by galaxies that are receding from each other; steady state theory

n.

- a watch established for the reception of traffic of interest to the unit maintaining the watch; listening watch

n.

- a tense of verbs used in describing action that is on-going; progressive; progressive tense; imperfect; imperfect tense

E.g.

- It has been in continuous operation since 1923.
- The gauge has been in continuous operation since 1895.
- Gyrotrons can be designed for pulsed or continuous operation.

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- However, continuous use of the pack will cause it to overheat.
- The horse stadium is the oldest state building in Oregon in continuous use.
- And some very old synagogues have been in continuous use as synagogues for many centuries.

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- Every continuous function is sequentially continuous.
- Thus, any uniformly continuous function is continuous.
- Any Hölder continuous function is uniformly continuous.

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- Thus sequentially continuous functions "preserve sequential limits".
- Let "C"(σ("T")) denote the C*-algebra of continuous functions on σ("T").
- Given then the "sum of continuous functions" is continuous in formula_14.

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- The longest continuous inhabitants are groups such as the Baka (Pygmies).
- Chicago's Western Avenue is the longest continuous urban street in the world.
- He retired as the singer with the longest continuous tenure with the ensemble.

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- After five years of continuous development Nibus 350 evolved into Nibus 400.
- The Bullet marque is even older, and has passed 75 years of continuous production.
- He lost his seat at the 1902 elections, after fourteen years of continuous service.

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- They are in almost continuous need of repair.
- It had an almost continuous history of education of over eight centuries.
- Though secretive, one can think of almost continuous physical and mental conditioning.

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- It operates as a continuous service by a team of local volunteers.
- He lost his seat at the 1902 elections, after fourteen years of continuous service.
- With almost twenty years of continuous service, Jackson is the longest serving Cabinet Secretary in State history.

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- The water is depicted by a continuous flow in the woodwinds.
- Open center circuits use pumps which supply a continuous flow.
- The intersection with Bangerter Highway (SR-154) was the first continuous flow intersection built in Utah.

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- The coastal main road system is not continuous.
- The movie is not continuous as it shows scenes of the past and the present.
- If is infinite-dimensional, there exist linear maps which are not continuous.

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- However, it was a good decision for him with his continuous improvement in goal.
- Today CAAA continues to focus on safety, quality, teamwork and continuous improvement.
- 2004 saw the company beginning GuestPath, its companywide continuous improvement process.

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- Creation is a continuous process of Divine vitality.
- Ice jacking is a continuous process during the winter in areas that are located by lakes.
- Exposure assessment is a continuous process that is updated as new information and data becomes available.

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- It is currently Africa's oldest continuous democracy.
- They are also the oldest continuous one name, one city franchise in the AL.
- It was one of the oldest continuous operating jazz club in Harlem specializing in Jazz and Blues.

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- The new continuous line to the airport went into operation in October 2011.
- The Frankfurt Lokalbahn AG led over their distance to Oberursel for years a continuous line.
- The findings show that "a continuous line" and "a line with gaps" was seen a majority of the time.

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- These monograms form a continuous pattern around the base of the egg.
- The two tines form a continuous curve at right angles to the closely set pedicels.
- The points form a continuous track in the shape of a horseshoe, and are numbered from 1 to 24.

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- Unmodulated continuous wave radar cannot measure distance.
- Only continuous wave (CW) may be used with a maximum effective radiated power (ERP) of 5 watts.
- Multi-mode operation may also include continuous wave illumination for semi-active radar homing.