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use "persist" in a sentence

The cloud and rain will persist over the region for much of Tuesday.

Supply gluts persist despite the recent cutbacks in domestic oil production.

The virus also is thought to be able to persist in semen for several months.

And the fear, now reinforced by a second major earthquake, seemed likely to persist.

But as time wore on, it began to accumulate associations with evil that persist today.

But accusations of whistleblower retaliation persist at Hanford and other nuclear sites.

And one of those lawyers warned that the problems that caused the unrest in 2005 persist.

How we open will give us some clues as to whether the selling will persist and get deeper.

But at the same time, many of the racial struggles, frustrations and misperceptions persist.

An unsettled weather pattern will persist across the Southeast and Gulf Coast into Labor Day.

Questions about Hulu’s future persist - its owners have considered selling it more than once.

If people persist in commenting on the name's strangeness I trot out the standard ethnography.

Jews look to Israel ’I am not Charlie’ Jewish and French Divisions persist Who is Boumeddiene?

Without passion, you simply won't persist in business long enough to reap the fruits of success.

The ONS's chief economist, Joe Grice, said it was "too early to say" if this slowdown would persist.

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