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1 I'm tired of your abiding complaints.
2 He had an abiding love of the English countryside.
3 My abiding memory of our first meeting is of a girl too shy to talk.
4 Phil has a deep and abiding love for his family.
5 My abiding memory is of him watering his plants in the garden on sunny afternoons.
6 He is an artist with an abiding concern for humanity.
7 He has a genuine and abiding love of the craft.
8 Some features were abiding.
9 Why should law abiding citizens pay extra?
10 His father had an abiding interest in nature.
11 His other abiding memory is a harrowing one.
12 It is guiding principle, abiding truth.
13 There's no abiding success without commitment. Tony Robbins
14 In fact this might be one of the abiding lessons on the tour; the need for patience and cool-headed skill.
15 Gardiner's abiding interest in law reform changed the picture dramatically.
16 Nevertheless, few literary movements have exhibited such an abiding preoccupation with establishing antecedents in order to defend and define their textual practices.
17 An abiding memory of Baden is the harmony of the old town.
18 She had a basic and abiding belief in democratic systems.
19 The abiding informal rules are the meeting of obligations for the rest of the gang.
20 I have a deep and abiding resentment of the unfair attacks that are made on us as a profession.
21 And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field,(www.Sentencedict.com) keeping watch over their flock by night.
22 As a boy he had had an abiding curiosity about how things worked.
23 One abiding memory for me was on my first visit to his home in 1965.
24 Originally religion constituted an abiding relationship not only with deity, but even more with place.
25 At school, his early interest in music developed into an abiding passion.
26 Like the black woman in a slave narrative, the Chicana remains here an abiding if sometimes invisible medium of exchange.
27 He jumped an amber as it turned red and shot off, leaving me law abiding at the lights.
28 That is, leaders have no interest in proving themselves, but an abiding interest in expressing themselves.
29 National won because so many anti-neoliberal New Zealanders voted Alliance out of an abiding mistrust of Labour.
30 From some relationships come helpful information and support, and often abiding friendships.
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