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Enduring or continuing to be without important modification: "the universal human being yearning for anything permanent, enduring, without shadow of modification” ( Willa Cather).
Not anticipated to change in standing, problem, or location: a permanent target; permanent secretary into the president.
Without end, eternal.
Lasting for an indefinitely number of years.
Continuing in the same condition, or without the change that destroys type or character; continuing to be unaltered or unremoved; abiding; durable; fixed; stable; lasting.
ongoing or suffering without marked change in standing or problem or place
not capable of being corrected or returned to the first problem
any one of a number of durable hair styles usually accomplished by chemical applications which straighten, curl, or wave hair.
A chemical locks treatment imparting or removing curliness, whose impacts usually last for a period of days; a perm.
provided an matrix , the sum over all permutations of .
inside plural, a broad title for light cotton fabric, often glazed and usually dyed in bright colors.
some waves in the hair made by applying temperature and chemical substances
enduring or intended to last indefinitely; fixed or enduring in personality, problem, state, place, career, use, or perhaps the want; continuing to be or meant to stay unchanged or unremoved; perhaps not short-term or susceptible to alter; abiding: because, a permanent building; permanent colors; permanent employment; permanent ownership.
In zoology, constantly within a species or group.