Self-perpetuating sentence example

self-perpetuating
  • There is, here, the real risk of a self-perpetuating oligarchy.
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  • Until you discover how to break free, the " no money trap " is often self-perpetuating and certainly soul destroying.
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  • It has become self-perpetuating, a force in itself.
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  • Could this indicate that much of the self-perpetuating nature of Christian scholasticism is based on prejudice instead of fact?
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  • This is part and parcel of an overall tendency for self-perpetuating elites to dominate fields.
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  • Relations between the board and the executive staff entered the self-perpetuating cycle described above.
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  • Motoring groups believe that the partnerships have become self-perpetuating bureaucracies that are more concerned with maintaining financial targets than tackling the least safe roads.
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  • Gradually became the title for the self-perpetuating group of people who established control over Jewish religious life after the destruction of the Temple.
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  • Fewer members at this level means less manpower for recruiting new affiliates, leading to a self-perpetuating circle of deterioration.
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