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  • The machine was in almost constant use for the next ten years.
  • The seat of power is there, but remains open to constant change.
  • Most of the key was kept constant for a set time period, typically a day.
  • It ended almost fifty years of constant civil war over the throne.
  • All we can say about the value of this constant is that it will be different for each material.
  • Elements can be added to the back of the list and removed from the front in constant time.
  • All the above assumes that the interest rate remains constant throughout the whole period.
  • In this article only the constant pressure case is considered.
  • Few elements of the character's history have remained constant.
  • However, in general d cannot be considered a constant.
  • However, the term fundamental physical constant is also used in other ways.
  • The constant focus on the division of the island can sometimes mask other human rights issues.
  • Person is a constant and is a reference to a Class object.
  • Conflict between the two was constant and bitter in the following years.
  • Each heavy chain has two regions, the constant region and the variable region.
  • Later in life, he also suffered constant minor ailments such as high blood pressure.
  • More than one time constant is needed when describing reactions of higher order.
  • The format has shortened over time but the order of the elements has remained constant.
  • Their banks are in general well defined and the wet season rise seems fairly constant.
  • That is, it will be the same from any frame of reference moving at a constant speed.
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Meaning of constant

  • noun A quantity that does not vary
  • noun A number representing a quantity assumed to have a fixed value in a specified mathematical context
    the velocity of light is a constant
  • adjective Steadfast in purpose or devotion or affection
    a man constant in adherence to his ideals, a constant lover, constant as the northern star