Accuser No. 3, a stocky brunette with what appeared to be a permanently knitted brow, said he first met Sandusky in 1999.
He became the first Japanese American to permanently settle in the U.S., and helped to pave the way for other Japanese immigrants.
GMF's goal is to permanently alter the cycle of illiteracy and poverty within the DRC.
The new buildings make them feel claustrophobic, permanently in shadow.
We are people who, despite ourselves, find ourselves drawn to the sick, the dying, the permanently bruised.
It is understood that Miss Sphinx, out of respect to her sex, is about thirty summers—permanently.
Satire to be artistic and permanently effective must be marked by light and shade.
But it was the third crossing of the paths that most deeply and permanently affected the destinies of William Penn.
The people were alarmed, but they were not permanently impressed.
But the time now arrived when the current of his domestic life was permanently diverted, and set in other channels.
early 15c., from Middle French permanent (14c.) or directly from Latin permanentem (nominative permanens) "remaining," present participle of permanere "endure, hold out, continue, stay to the end," from per- "through" (see per) + manere "stay" (see mansion). As a noun meaning "permanent wave," by 1909. Of clothing, permanent press attested from 1964.