Definitions for "Persistent"
Keywords:  calyx, deciduous, culm, gills, shed
Remaining beyond the period when parts of the same kind sometimes fall off or are absorbed; permanent; as, persistent teeth or gills; a persistent calyx; -- opposed to deciduous, and caducous.
Not deciduous, as applied to leaves; not disappearing, as applied to pith, pubescence, epidermis, etc. Adhering to a position instead of falling, whether dead or alive.
Organs remaining attached to those bearing them aftger the growing period.
Refers to the creation and maintenance of a bean throughout the lifetime of the application. In NAS 4.0, beans are responsible for their own persistence, called bean-managed persistence. Opposite of transient.
Refers to the creation and maintenance of a bean throughout the lifetime of the application. In the iPlanet Application Server, beans are responsible for their own persistence, called bean managed persistenc. Opposite of transient.
Inclined to persist; having staying qualities; tenacious of position or purpose.
Does not break down easily in the environment
Resisting natural degradation and therefore building up over time in the environment.
continually recurring to the mind; "haunting memories"; "the cathedral organ and the distant voices have a haunting beauty"- Claudia Cassidy
A type of a queue storage mechanism within Enterprise Server that provides reasonable assurance of delivery of a document or event by writing the document to disk. Although the risk is small, documents may be lost if a server failure occurs. This storage type has been deprecated. Existing queues with a persistent storage type are silently switched to guaranteed.
When applied to storage media, the ability for the medium to retain information across a power-cycle. For example, a hard disk is a persistent storage medium, whereas a ramdisk is not, because the data is lost when power is lost.
Keywords:  relentless, never, faq, ceasing, drums
never-ceasing; "the relentless beat of the drums"
a game that never ends. (see also: FAQ section)
This is an object state where the object is persistent in a datastore.
the base class that makes it possible for an object to be stored (mostly) transparently in the ZODB
containing greater than the allowable concentrations of certain hydrocarbons. For example: metal cutting oil, oil with freon (see criteria wastes).
Keywords:  lure, long, lasting, continues, medical
existing for a long time
A disease or other medical condition that returns or continues over a long time.
Relates to how long-lasting a lure is.
Keywords:  evergreen, lose, once, leaves, year
evergreen, does not lose leaves once a year.
Keywords:  female, likely
Likely to be a female