without letup

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without letup

Without slowing down or stopping. I just want to go to the grocery store, but it's been raining all day without letup.
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There must be no letup in dealing promptly and effectively with instances of sexual harassment and other types of sex discrimination in today's integrated workplaces.
Then there's China, where annual economic growth has averaged 7 to 8 percent in recent years, with no letup in sight.
What was never kidded was the intensity of the frantic movement--twenty-five minutes of no letup for the performers.
Already in the semifinals after University of the Philippines' elimination earlier, the Tigresses didn't letup in thrashing the Lady Tamaraws and slaying the ghost of their first-round defeat.
Major cities have been facing up to 12-hour loadshedding with no letup in the hot weather.
Police and rescue officials were trying their best to get the tourists out of their misery but to no avail, as there seemed to be no letup in the inclemency of the weather.
"Builders are operating at a very healthy pace and see little letup in the months ahead, despite the initial shock and economic uncertainties immediately following hurricanes Katrina and Rita," said Dave Wilson, president of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and a custom home builder from Ketchum, Idaho.
The police roundups, house searches, arrests of innocent people, make life unbearable." For their part, the terrorists escalate their tactics, "resorting without letup to sabotage, terrorism, expropriations, assaults, kidnappings, and executions, heightening the disastrous situation" until political liberty is extinguished.
Anna would work on this passage for three-quarters of an hour without letup. It was draining, exhausting and terribly exciting.
BI Commissioner Jaime Morente said there will be 'no letup' in the government's campaign against human trafficking, especially during the holiday season where illegal recruiters and human traffickers 'might take advantage of the influx of people' in airports.
Police and rescue officials were trying there best to get the tourists out of their misery but to no avail, as there seemed to be no letup in the inclemency of the weather.
Rejecting the 'so-called political solution,' the urban guerilla must become more aggressive and violent, resorting without letup to sabotage, terrorism, expropriations, assaults, kidnappings, and executions, heightening the disastrous situation in which the government must act." Marighella went on to explain how this cycle continues until the existing political order is completely subverted and a revolu tionary regime takes power.