marked by continuous change or effective action
The numerical value of ever-changing in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of ever-changing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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The ocean has ever-changing currents and storms, and they're moving around and smothering and killing natural coral.
The lesson that Ulsan's situation gives is that you should respond to the ever-changing global economy swiftly and continuously before it's too late.
For example certain areas of the project have had to be redesigned as we repositioned ourselves in order meet the ever-changing consumer and market needs. We have also faced logistical issues such as congestion in the ports, which has meant our building materials arrived at site behind schedule.
Our European competitor, Airbus, is advancing its interests in the market, and Canada recently indicated that it will permit Bombardier access to the Iranian market as well, we understand that the situation in the region is complicated and ever changing and we will continue to follow the U.S. government’s guidance as it relates to conducting business with Iran.
What I think is really interesting about accents, mainly, is they kind of assign us immediately to a tribe, but they are this ever-changing social history as we're walking about -- what we've been through as well as what we want to get to, i personally change my accent all the time. Sometimes I do it just to mess with waiters by ordering every course in a different accent.
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