- always able to supply more
"an unfailing source of good stories"
"a subject of unfailing interest"
- The oligarchic character of the modern English commonwealth does not rest, like many oligarchies, on the cruelty of the rich to the poor. It does not even rest on the kindness of the rich to the poor. It rests on the perennial and unfailing kindness of the poor to the rich.
- Man's unfailing capacity to believe what he prefers to be true rather than what the evidence shows to be likely and possible has always astounded me. We long for a caring Universe which will save us from our childish mistakes, and in the face of mountains of evidence to the contrary we will pin all our hopes on the slimmest of doubts. God has not been proven not to exist, therefore he must exist.
- Bouygues Telecom points out that the unfailing and irrevocable support of the State is the cornerstone of France Télécom's recapitalisation plan, which has led to the Company's recovery.
- Mer has ruled out any privatisation of the group but has clearly pledged the unfailing support of the State, which owns 54,5 %, in the event of any financing problems.
- Mer has ruled out any privatisation of the group but has clearly pledged the unfailing support of the State, which owns 54,5 %, in the event of any financing problems. … One trader has said that this is the first time the Minister for Finance has expressed himself so clearly on the France Télécom case.
- As regards the statements by the Minister for Economic Affairs and Finance, the unfailing and repeated support of the State, expressed in a series of announcements from 12 July 2002 to 4 December 2002 and supplemented by a series of measures including the opening of the EUR 9 billion credit line and the irrevocable commitment by the State to participate in a capital increase in proportion to its shareholding in the Company, amounts to a commitment on its part, from which it cannot withdraw, to make good by all available means any failure by the Company to meet its financial commitments.