(1) He'd be a terrible continuity announcer on Radio 4, that's for certain.(2) No such spatial and generational continuity existed for the immigrant European Americans.(3) In the inertia and unbroken continuity of their daily lives, they come to believe that a tomorrow is guaranteed for them.(4) These, of course, are the kind of continuity errors that are always present in action films, but they are pretty hard to ignore in this case.(5) The important point is, it descends from the past and represents a continuity with the past.(6) John Benson was regarded by many in the trade, as the definitive continuity announcer of the sixties.(7) Overall, there is a reasonably strong and consistent association between continuity and patient and doctor satisfaction.(8) A highly successful model, Pamela went on to become a continuity announcer.(9) There's very little sense of time and continuity throughout the film, making for one that's a little confusing chronologically.(10) The viewer is left to create a large amount of continuity out of the dialogue and scenes that wander aimlessly.(11) The study is designed to provide accurate, consistent data and ensure continuity of collection methods.(12) Getting value for money in the first place, not to mention some continuity and stability, would have been more impressive still.(13) The result is an efficient and flexible solution for the business continuity of global operations.(14) There are also massive continuity errors and shoddy production values that aid a lazy script by writers with no interest in doing research.(15) This allows for continuity , stability, and reliability, without the uncertainty of state or city budget constraints.(16) Granted, a talent for arithmetic is not a CV prerequisite for your average continuity announcer, but the figure seemed a bit excessive, to say the least.