Continuity

Continuity may refer to:

Read more about Continuity:  Mathematics, Other Uses

Other articles related to "continuity":

Bates Motel - Continuity
... in with the canon of the series, ignoring continuity with Psycho II, Psycho III and Psycho IV The Beginning due to the death of Norman Bates in the film, while in "Psycho II", Bates is deemed sane and returns to the ... Reflecting on the continuity issues, Robert Price writes "It seems that all the different Psychos drift into and out of one another ...
Gemma Hunt - Filmography
... Year Title Role Notes 2002 CBBC Herself Continuity Presenter 2003 CBBC Herself Continuity Presenter 2004 CBBC Herself Continuity Presenter Xchange ...
Brachial Plexus Injury - Injury Classification
... be used, and is based on three main types of nerve fiber injury, and whether there is continuity of the nerve ... It involves an interruption of the nerve conduction without loss of continuity of the axon ... axonal degeneration, with loss of the relative continuity of the axon and its covering of myelin, but preservation of the connective tissue ...
Invisible Kid (Jacques Foccart) - Fictional Character Biography - Post-Infinite Crisis
... Jacques has not appeared in the "Threeboot" Legion continuity which began in 2005 ... restored a close analogue of the Pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths Legion to continuity, as seen in "The Lightning Saga" story arc in Justice League of America and ... rise to the presidency of Earth) are no longer part of mainstream DC continuity ...

Famous quotes containing the word continuity:

    Only the family, society’s smallest unit, can change and yet maintain enough continuity to rear children who will not be “strangers in a strange land,” who will be rooted firmly enough to grow and adapt.
    Salvador Minuchin (20th century)

    Every society consists of men in the process of developing from children into parents. To assure continuity of tradition, society must early prepare for parenthood in its children; and it must take care of the unavoidable remnants of infantility in its adults. This is a large order, especially since a society needs many beings who can follow, a few who can lead, and some who can do both, alternately or in different areas of life.
    Erik H. Erikson (1904–1994)

    Every generation rewrites the past. In easy times history is more or less of an ornamental art, but in times of danger we are driven to the written record by a pressing need to find answers to the riddles of today.... In times of change and danger when there is a quicksand of fear under men’s reasoning, a sense of continuity with generations gone before can stretch like a lifeline across the scary present and get us past that idiot delusion of the exceptional Now that blocks good thinking.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)