That is the most enduring myth associated with From Here to Eternity, courtesy of Mario Puzo in The Godfather.
It helps cement our relationship, our engagement, and our enduring partnership with Iraq.
From Angie and Brad to Prince Charles and Camilla, a look at some of history's enduring affairs.
There was much talk of jobs and fairness and the enduring venality of Marco Rubio.
So Washington agrees: enduring cuts to what we provide citizens in exchange for paying off bond-holders and ideologues.
You see effects and groups every moment that you would give money to be able to carry away with you in enduring form.
More fortunate than his predecessor (Achilles), he got off with a slight but enduring limp.
It is a characteristic of genius to give a completeness to work that endows it with an enduring independent vitality.
They were also tough and enduring, and could travel long distances.
This may be regarded as the soul of enduring literature, and it is as exhaustless as the human mind itself.
early 14c., "to undergo or suffer" (especially without breaking); late 14c. "to continue in existence," from Old French endurer (12c.) "make hard, harden; bear, tolerate; keep up, maintain," from Latin indurare "make hard," in Late Latin "harden (the heart) against," from in- (see in- (2)) + durare "to harden," from durus "hard," from PIE *deru- "be firm, solid."
Replaced the important Old English verb dreogan (past tense dreag, past participle drogen), which survives in dialectal dree. Related: Endured; endures.