That never changes; remaining the same: a never-changing loop of cause and effect
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- Melodies float along, never-changing, beats emerge and disappear nonplussed and, worst of all, there's no minor developments.
- The explanations lack depth because they do not help students realize that what is printed on the page to identify key is the result of a never-changing melodic pattern.
- Will we expect a computer desktop to be as persistent and never-changing as a wooden one?
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