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continuations, plural;
  1. The action of carrying something on over a period of time or the process of being carried on
    • - the continuation of discussions about a permanent peace
  2. The state of remaining in a particular position or condition
    • - the administration's continuation in office
  3. A part that is attached to and an extension of something else
    • - once a separate village, it is now a continuation of the suburbs

  1. continuance: the act of continuing an activity without interruption
  2. sequel: a part added to a book or play that continues and extends it
  3. good continuation: a Gestalt principle of organization holding that there is an innate tendency to perceive a line as continuing its established direction
  4. lengthiness: the consequence of being lengthened in duration
  5. (continuing) remaining in force or being carried on without letup; "the act provided a continuing annual appropriation"; "the continuing struggle to put food on the table"
  6. (continuing) chronic: of long duration; "chronic money problems"
  7. A continuation reifies an instance of a computational process at a given point in the process's execution. It contains information such as the process's current stack (including all data whose lifetime is within the process e.g. "local variables"), as well the process's point in the computation. ...
  8. Continuation is a 1983 album by Philip Bailey which was released on the Columbia Records label. Continuation was Bailey's first solo record and the album peaked at number 19 on the Black Albums chart.
  9. A continuation high school is an alternative to a comprehensive high school primarily for students who are considered at-risk of not graduating at the normal pace. ...
  10. That act or state of continuing; the state of being continued; uninterrupted extension or succession; prolongation; propagation; That which extends, increases, supplements, or carries on; as, the continuation of a story; Narratology. ...
  11. (Continuing) A staff member's effective substantive appointment usually lasts until retirement.
  12. (Continuing) Non-Credit courses offered to the community for personal development and interest.
  13. (continuing) auditor is the auditor of the current year who also audited the financial statements of the client for the previous year.
  14. Continuing employment is for work of an ongoing nature with continued funding to support the position. ...
  15. The treatment of more than one physical line as a single logical line. Makefile lines are continued by putting a backslash before the newline. Mail headers as defined by RFC 822 are continued by putting a space or tab after the newline. ...
  16. Allows terminated employees to continue their group health insurance coverage under certain conditions.
  17. A fan fiction which carries on after the end of a movie or series. Any fiction which takes places after Living Stones, such as a fiction about Kevin eventually going to college and getting a job, is a continuation. This doesn't break canon, but merely extends in the author's imagination. ...
  18. Applicable mainly in the U.S., continuations are second or subsequent applications that are filed while the original parent application is pending. Continuations must claim the same invention as the original application to gain the benefit of the parent filing date.
  19. An extension of an assistance agreement for an additional funding/budget period for a project the agency initially agreed to fund for a definite number of years. (Assistance Administration Manual)
  20. This is a NIATx aim measured by the number of clients who attend four units of service (i.e., treatment sessions) within 30 days of their admission to treatment. The definition of a unit of service varies by level of care. ...
  21. Technically a continuation is the rest of the code that needs to be executed to complete a particular function. In some ways continuations are related to callback functions or event handlers that are executed once some event occurs. ...
  22. Initial approvals for projects are given for up to one year from the date of IRB review. Projects lasting longer than a year require submission of a Protocol Status Form for approval to continue. Projects extending beyond year three must be resubmitted using full protocol templates.
  23. When a mailer uses a list two or more times. Compare to test.
  24. When price enters and exits a chart pattern in the same direction.
  25. This is when you lose your health care coverage due to a qualifying event (such as a divorce) and are able to keep your coverage for a certain period of time.