**See also:** Continuous Continuously Continuousness Content Contempt Contemptuous Contrast Contemporary Context Control Contradict Contend Contention Contentious Contribute Contemplate Contrary Controversial Contrite Continue Contract Controversy Contagion Contemptible Contrived Contemptuously Contented Contentment

**1.** Definition of** Continuous** 1 : marked by uninterrupted extension in space, time, or sequence The batteries provide enough power for up to five hours of

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**2.** If something is** Continuous,** it happens all the time without stopping, or seems to do so

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**3.** If you say 'There was** Continuous** rain', you mean that it did not stop raining.

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**4.** Some common synonyms of** Continuous** are constant, continual, incessant, perennial, and perpetual

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**5.** While all these words mean "characterized by continued occurrence or recurrence,"** Continuous** usually implies an uninterrupted flow or spatial extension

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**6.** Football's oldest** Continuous** rivalry In what contexts can constant take the place of

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**7.** A** Continuous** yellow line (= line without spaces) in the middle of the road means no passing.

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**8.** Through Medicare, if a patient is terminally ill and has a life expectancy of six months or less, they can access on-call nursing assistance, medical equipment and prescriptions, as well as** Continuous** care in crisis moments when symptoms flare

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**9.** A** Continuous** whiteline (= line without spaces) in the middle of the road means no overtaking.

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**10.** Things that are unceasing or exist without interruption are** Continuous.** For example, the flow of a river, the motion of the planets around the sun, and the heartbeat of a healthy human are

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**11.** For over 20 years,** Continuous** Networks has been a trusted IT services and cloud provider in the NYC Metro area and beyond

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**12.** ** Continuous** is always running your code so you can see changes to objects as you type

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**13.** The state of being** Continuous** or logically related

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**14.** The adjective *Continuous* describes something that occurs over space or time without interruption

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**15.** Some computer fans make a *Continuous* noise — a constant buzz — that can drive you to distraction.

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**16.** Synonyms for ** Continuous** in Free Thesaurus

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**17.** 29 synonyms for ** Continuous**: constant, continued, extended, prolonged, unbroken, uninterrupted

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**18.** ** Continuous**: /con·tin·u·ous/ ( kon-tin´u-us ) not interrupted; having no interruption.

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**19.** 2Pack ** Continuous** Hinges, 12Inch Stainless Steel Piano Hinge with Holes, Polished Finish

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**20.** A *Continuous* process or event continues for a period of time without stopping

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**21.** Residents report that they heard *Continuous* gunfire.all employees who had a record of five years' *Continuous* employment with the firm

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**22.** There is a *Continuous* stream of phone calls.

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**23.** ** Continuous** Compound Interest Calculator

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**24.** Directions: This calculator will solve for almost any variable of the *Continuous*ly compound interest formula

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**25.** The adjective *Continuous* describes something that occurs over space or time without interruption

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**26.** Some computer fans make a *Continuous* noise — a constant buzz — that can drive you to distraction

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**27.** *Continuous* things don’t stop, not even for a coffee break.

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**28.** ** Continuous** data refers to the unfixed number of possible measurements between two realistic points

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**29.** *Continuous* Functions In calculus, a *Continuous* function is a real-valued function whose graph does not have any breaks or holes

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**30.** A continual improvement process, also often called a ** Continuous** improvement process (abbreviated as CIP or CI), is an ongoing effort to improve products, services, or processes

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**31.** The Crossword Solver found 155 answers to the ** Continuous** crossword clue

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**32.** Each ** Continuous** function from the real line to the rationals is constant, since the rationals are totally disconnected

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**33.** The space of ** Continuous** functions is denoted , and corresponds to the case of a C-k function

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**34.** A ** Continuous** function can be formally defined as a function where the pre-image of every open set in is open in

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**35.** More concretely, a function in a single variable is said to be ** Continuous** at point if 1

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**36.** ** Continuous** data can have almost any numeric value and can be meaningfully subdivided into finer and finer increments, depending upon the precision of the measurement system

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**37.** As opposed to discrete data like good or bad, off or on, etc., ** Continuous** data can be recorded at many different points (length, size, width, time, temperature, cost, etc.).

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**38.** Along with *Continuous* integration, *Continuous* delivery and *Continuous* deployment are practices that automate phases of software delivery

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**39.** *Continuous* glucose monitoring automatically tracks blood glucose levels, also called blood sugar, throughout the day and night

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**40.** Contiguous and ** Continuous** are very close in spelling and pronunciation, the two words are easily confused

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**41.** However, there is a distinct difference in meaning between contiguous and ** Continuous** which we will define, with examples that will illustrate those differences.Contiguous describes two or more things that share a border, two or more things that touch, that are physically next to each other.

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**42.** A ** Continuous** variable can be numeric or date/time

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**43.** If you have a discrete variable and you want to include it in a Regression or ANOVA model, you can decide whether to treat it as a ** Continuous** predictor (covariate) or categorical predictor (factor).

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**44.** The structure of the Present ** Continuous** Tense is subject + auxiliary BE + main verb-ing

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**45.** We use the Present ** Continuous** to talk about 1) action happening now and 2) action in the future.

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**46.** ** Continuous** deployment is somewhat similar to

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**47.** ** Continuous** delivery is the methodology where your codebase can be deployed at any time.

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**48.** ** Continuous** Trading: A method of transacting different securities orders

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**49.** ** Continuous** trading involves the immediate execution of orders upon their reception by market makers and specialists.

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**50.** ** Continuous** bonds are often seen in international trade and commerce, covering ongoing shipments received at ports of entry

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**51.** The $50,000 ** Continuous** import bond …

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**52.** ** Continuous** is stronger than continual

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**53.** It denotes that the continuity or union of parts is absolute and uninterrupted, as in a ** Continuous** sheet of ice, or a

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**54.** So Daniel Webster speaks of "a ** Continuous** and unbroken strain of …

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**55.** The ** Continuous** auditing methodology is a partnership between internal audit and business process owners (Popescu, 2014), provides an almost real-time validation of the effectiveness of the selected controls tested, does not require a specific technology tool to generate value-added results, and the

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**56.** • The curd is cut, stirred, and heated with ** Continuous** stirring to separate curd and whey

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**57.** • a ** Continuous** trail along the ridge • The campsites have had three decades of

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**58.** ** Continuous** flow • In

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**59.** ** Continuous** export isn't designed for constantly streaming data out of Azure Data Explorer

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**60.** ** Continuous** export runs in a distributed mode, where all nodes export concurrently

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**61.** If the range of data queried by each run is small, the output of the ** Continuous** export would be many small artifacts.

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**62.** ** Continuous** improvement is a method to make sure that your processes, methods, and practices are as efficient, accurate, and effective as possible

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**63.** The three conditions of continuity are satisfied and therefore f is ** Continuous** for all values of x in R

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**64.** Example 3: Show that function f is ** Continuous** for all values of x in R

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**65.** If you would like to test the network connection between two computers on an ongoing basis, the “** Continuous** ping” option is available

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**66.** Follow these instructions to run ping in Windows 7, 8, or 10 as a ** Continuous** test.

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**67.** Metal, welded ** Continuous** fence panels and gates offer versatility, value, and durability

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**68.** As a low maintenance option, ** Continuous** fence will last longer than wood or vinyl fencing while adding to the value of your farm or ranch

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**69.** Linn ** Continuous** Fence is easy to install with multiple connection options, including lag bolts and connecting sleeves.

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**70.** ** Continuous** monitoring is used to make recurring updates to the security assessment package

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**71.** A ** Continuous** probability distribution is a probability distribution whose support is an uncountable set, such as an interval in the real line

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**CONTINUOUS** [kənˈtinyo͞oəs]

ADJECTIVE

**continuous** (adjective)