If this film were a political stunt, Harvey would be playing it on a continuous loop in Ohio.
On Tuesday, as she was returning to her home in Deir El-Ballah, she heard loud, continuous explosions coming from the sky.
The ensuing night gave me the grand migraine of my life, with throbs like the blows of an ax and continuous pinwheels.
But after eight years of continuous war, what norms have changed and which remain the same?
Unlike Cognac, which is distilled twice, a traditional Armagnac is distilled only once, in what is called a continuous still.
Pileus is smooth, continuous, somewhat viscid, margin incurved.
A melancholy picture, and a continuous one;—hundreds of miles of it.
Up to this time the Wilderness campaign had been a continuous fight and march.
The sublime plan which La Salle thus proposed, could only be carried into execution by the continuous labors of many years.
At Salisbury we drilled in mud and water that was at times waist deep, caused by the continuous rains and floods.
continuous con·tin·u·ous (kən-tĭn'yōō-əs)
Uninterrupted in time, sequence, substance, or extent.
Attached together in repeated units.