continuance definition

  • noun:
    • The work or reality of continuing.
    • The time where anything is present or persists; timeframe.
    • A continuation or sequel.
    • Law Postponement or adjournment to a future day.
    • The activity of continuing.
    • (law) An order issued by a court giving a postponement of a legal proceeding for a collection duration.
    • A holding on, or staying in a specific condition; permanence, at the time of condition, habits, abode, etc.; perseverance; constancy; duration; remain.
    • continuous succession; extension; continual renewal; perpetuation; propagation.
    • A holding together; continuity.
    • The adjournment for the proceedings in an underlying cause from one time, or from one stated term of a court, to a different.
    • The entry of these adjournment and reasons thereof regarding record.
    • A holding in, staying, or abiding in a particular state, or in a course or show; permanence, since habits, problem, or abode; circumstances of enduring; continuation; constancy; tenacity; period.
    • Uninterrupted succession or extension; indefinite prolongation; perpetuation.
    • development of time.
    • in-law: The deferring of a trial or hearing, and/or rectifying of a future day when it comes to parties to a suit to look or even to be heard. Especially— in the usa, the deferring of a trial or fit from one reported term for the judge to another.
    • Continuity; weight to a separation of components; a holding collectively; ductility.
    • Synonyms and Continuity, etc. See continuation.
    • the work of continuing an activity without disruption
    • the house of suffering or continuing in time
    • the time scale of time where one thing goes on

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