Continuing [adjective]

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Perhaps deGrom can continue to defy aging curves and pitch at an elite level well into his 30s.

“As his writing progressed and the scope of the memoirs continued to grow, he ultimately decided to write two volumes,” Drake said.

The coronavirus pandemic continues to surge in several states across the country, and while new cases have declined since a late-July spike, millions remain unemployed.

Expect to see full-frame cameras continue to shrink, especially if Sony sells a ton of these.

To continue to serve that mission, we have to focus, as he said, on measurable sustainable outcomes.

The frighteningly active hurricane season is continuing to live up to meteorologists' predictions.

The company says it expects to bring that monthly burn rate down to about $530 million in the fourth quarter, as it continues to get rid of older ships.

After an independent investigation by the Medicines Health Regulatory Authority, the UK’s equivalent of the FDA, the trial was deemed safe to continue.

Consumers continue to buy homes—especially online—in a socially-distanced society.

So it’s little wonder the pros continue to look backwards to get some a glimpse of what lies ahead.