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in perpetuity


  1. . for ever


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= for ever, for good, permanently, for keeps, for all time, for eternity, for always

Example Sentences Including 'in perpetuity'

(a) What is the present value of an asset that pays $1 a year in perpetuity ?
Charles A. D'Ambrosio & Stewart D. Hodges & Richard Brealey & Stewart Myers Principles of Corporate Finance
A visitation from a counsellor is all that it takes for an active citizen to be transformed into a victim, in perpetuity.
Have Tasmanians forgotten the meaning of the term in perpetuity ?
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)
I have come, sir, to offer you -- through him -- the opportunity to secure in perpetuity all trading rights on the Irrawaddy River in Burma.
Leasor, James Tank of Serpents
In the case of the Art Gallery of SA, their donations usually end up on display, and in perpetuity , so this critical factor does not arise.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2004)
The total sums involved run into crores of rupees, the equivalent of several million pounds sterling, every year in perpetuity.
Leasor, James Tank of Serpents
Therefore the customer will never pay off the debt, which will continue to grow in perpetuity.
Independent (1999)
They were bound together in perpetuity , his fate now in her hands.
Mark Mills AMAGANSETT (2004)


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