persistence


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the state or quality of being insistent

Synonyms for persistence

the property of a continuous and connected period of time

the act of persisting or persevering

References in classic literature ?
It dealt, in elaborate detail, with one factor in the persistence of the established, namely, the capitalistic bias of the universities and common schools.
But besides demonstrating the persistence of the popular demand for drama, they exerted a permanent influence in that they formed certain stage traditions which were to modify or largely control the great drama of the Elizabethan period and to some extent of later times.
It seemed to him that he was being watched with a queer persistence by both of them.
But more and more often, and with greater persistence, he watched her.
Such defects as are perceptible in the national manners, seem, to me, to be referable, in a great degree, to this cause: which has generated a dull, sullen persistence in coarse usages, and rejected the graces of life as undeserving of attention.
The article by Wagg and colleagues in this issue of CUAJ looks at the very important issue of drug use persistence and adherence in overactive bladder (OAB) treatment.
As we stood in the dark, panting and listening for bugles, Kevin whispered, "You're a persistence hunter.
Persistence in the enterprise; a guide to persistence technologies.
Since the seminal contributions of Mueller (1977, 1986), there is a fruitful and steadily growing literature aimed at investigating empirically the persistence of company profits.
Namely, the timing of the decline in inflation persistence is likely to have occurred not in 2000 but around the early 1980s, and while the slope of the Phillips curve has changed a little, the difference is not significant.
The policy implications of the decline in inflation persistence are mixed.
A five-campus longitudinal study of 1,432 first-year respondents found a positive correlation of students' "hardiness" with persistence to their expected '02 graduation, four years later.
Persistence comes in handy even if you're an apprentice or have been dancing in a second company.
In [1], Sloane has defined the multiplicative persistence of a number in the following manner.
The second approach takes the pathogen's point of view and considers how combined host densities affect pathogen persistence within the community (13-15).