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Definition of Continuingly
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Literary usage of Continuingly
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1. The Exemplary Theatre by Harley Granville-Barker (1922)
"Young people and continuingly self-centred natures are not over ready to recognize this. It seems to derogate from their perfect individuality. ..."
2. Essential Principles of Teaching Reading and Literature in the Intermediate by Sterling Andrus Leonard (1922)
"... this has been the goal of much advancement in teaching reading, it is only a part-way house to further and continuingly more important achievements. ..."
3. Self-surveys by Teacher-training Schools by William Harvey Allen, Carroll Gardner Pearse (1917)
"The study was not only cooperative but also immediately and continuingly constructive. As soon as one department or line of investigation was sufficiently ..."
4. A Catechism, Written in Latin by Alexander Nowell, Thomas Norton, George Elwes Corrie (1853)
"... yea, and continuingly »^Matt.xxiv. mand to the end embrace and maintain the common fellowship of the church. M. Is there then no hope of salvation out ..."