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per-mănĕo , mansi, mansum, 2, v. n., stay to the end; to hold out, last, continue, endure, remain; to persist, persevere (class.; syn.: persto, persevero).
(γ). With gen.: “virtus sola permanet tenoris sui,Sen. Ep. 76, 19.—
II. To abide in a way, rule, or mode of life, to live by, to devote one's life to (eccl. Lat.): “in proposito cordis,Vulg. Act. 11, 23: “in gratiā Dei,id. ib. 13, 43: “in fide,id. ib. 14, 21: “in peccato,id. Rom. 6, 1: “in carne,id. Phil. 1, 24: “in eādem regulā,id. ib. 3, 16.
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