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continue by (doing something)

To persist in something or take the next step toward a particular goal or outcome. Once you're done cleaning the bathroom, you can continue by sweeping the hallway—that's the last area we need to clean before the dinner party.
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continue with (something)

To maintain the action that one has been doing. After that unexplained crash in the hallway, the professor had a hard time continuing with his lecture.
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Can we continue this later?

A request to resume a conversation with someone at a later time. I have to run to a meeting, so can we continue this later? I really want to hear the rest of your thoughts on the merger.
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continue by doing something

to keep going by starting to do something else or the next step. You are doing very well in this piano lesson. Please continue by playing the other sonata. After the interruption, Wally continued by explaining his position on the trade negotiations.
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continue with something

to keep doing whatever was being done before. Oh, please continue with your discussion. Do you mind if I continue with my knitting as we talk?
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Could we continue this later?

 and Can we continue this later?
Could we go on with this conversation at a later time? As Mary and John were discussing something private, Bob entered the room. "Could we continue this later?" whispered John. "Yes, of course," answered Mary.
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17-18: Continuing Education: Brief Treatment of Addictions; TAPE Educational Services; Toronto; www.
For the past three years, Seneca has conducted follow-up surveys with Continuing Education graduates (approximately 1,500 per year), in addition to the surveys that are conducted overall.
The principles provide a mechanism for a continuing dialogue on important security and human rights issues.
Department of Health, Education and Welfare for the development of continuing education self-study programs.
At this point, increases in prices of final goods and services and of wages generally did not appear to be trending higher, but the members were concerned that inflation would worsen as the effects of continuing strong demand, rising production costs, and higher import prices increasingly were felt in an environment where the utilization of labor and other producer resources was already at, if not above, sustainable full employment levels.
A second issue is the possible effect of the tax rate change on items not included in income from continuing operations (that is, discontinued operations, extraordinary items, cumulative effects of changes in accounting principles and items charged or credited directly to shareholders' equity in accordance with paragraph 36 of Statement no.
Seven of the commission's recommendations deal with formal educational programs, while other recommendations are concerned with SLA's role in continuing education (Special Libraries Association.
If, on the other hand, his interest is purchased by the continuing partners, Sec.
Excluding these discontinued collectible product lines, preliminary net sales from continuing operations increased approximately 12% for the full year of 2006 compared with the 2005 year.
13-14: Continuing Education: Chronic Illness, Loss and Grief; TAPE Educational Services; Toronto; www.
As more traditional markets wane, continuing education is hot, and expected to get hotter.
All of this relates directly to your need for continuing education, and of a particularly high quality, at that.
The staff projection prepared for this meeting pointed to a continuing recovery in economic activity.
upfront advertising market was another challenging season with the results continuing to signal the changing economics of the broadcasting business and the results could reflect the reducing value the upfront market.
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