Definitions for "Permanent"
Continuing in the same state, or without any change that destroys form or character; remaining unaltered or unremoved; abiding; durable; fixed; stable; lasting; as, a permanent impression.
a series of waves in the hair made by applying heat and chemicals
A term describing materials that are chemically stable. Permanent materials are not prone to deterioration. Pigment: A dry, powdery agent that possesses color. A pigment will not adhere to a surface, so a binder is required to unite the pigment to the paper. A pigment does not dissolve in liquid and does not fade when exposed to light.
Keywords:  album, studio, indecision, punk, synths
Cells with no capacity for division.
Permanent is a compilation by Joy Division, featuring tracks from the band's two studio albums, Unknown Pleasures and Closer, as well as other tracks previously released on the compilations Substance and Still. The one new track is a new mix of "Love Will Tear Us Apart" entitled Permanent mix. This version of the song features guitar throughout the song, eliminating some of the synths and pushing Hook's basslines to the very back of the mix.
Permanent is the second full-length studio album from hardcore punk band, Count Me Out. It was released in April, 2002 on Indecision Records. After a tour of Europe in early 2003, the band split, making this their final album.
The continued preservation of information or other matter forever, without any limit in time. A term sometimes used in laws to mean durable rather than forever.
The continued preservation of information forever (without any time limit).
continuing or enduring without marked change in status or condition or place; "permanent secretary to the president"; "permanent address"; "literature of permanent value"
establishment of a person generally means: the person's fixed place of business through which the person supplies property or services, including a place of management, a branch, an office, a factory, or a workshop; or a mine, an oil or gas well, a quarry, timberland, or any other place where natural resources are extracted; or a fixed place of business of someone else (other than a broker or an agent) who is acting in Canada for the person and through whom the person supplies property or services in the ordinary course of business.
a randonneuring brevet too, with all the same rules and time limits, but here the rider can choose the day and time she or he wants to ride
a very long time
Underground piping with risers and sprinklers.
Keywords:  whole, except, ordinary, life, cash
Any form of life insurance except term; generally insurance that builds up a cash value, such as Whole Life, Universal Life or Variable Universal Life.
This title includes basically any form of life insurance except term (temporary). Usually it is insurance that builds up a cash value, such as whole life.
In the insurance context, permanent life insurance is ordinary life insurance such as whole life--as opposed to term life insurance which expires unless renewed at the end of each term.
Keywords:  droughts, season, depth, dry, extreme
Contains water all year and between years although depth may change with season. May dry in extreme droughts.
When specified as a records schedule retention period, records which must be kept indefinitely or for at least 100 years.
Keywords:  irs, prove, amended, intent, sponsor
Qualified plans must be established with the intent of being permanent. Plans can be amended or terminated, but the plan sponsor must prove to the IRS that the retirement plan is for the long-term benefit of its participants.
Keywords:  token, play, card
a card or token in play
An outdoor media unit contracted by a single advertiser for an extended period of time, usually six months or more.
A definition set by the American FDA that most laser and intense light source manufacturers claim to meet for hair removal.
See: Archival. A permanent paper is one which conforms to an agreed standard, is usually acid free and made to resist changes to a greater degree than is usual in other papers.
Common term for pressure sensitive adhesives designed to give a permanent or lasting bond.
not capable of being reversed or returned to the original condition; "permanent brain damage"
Keywords:  forth, able, back, change
Not able to change back and forth