resilient


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Synonyms for resilient

Synonyms for resilient

capable of withstanding stress without injury

Synonyms for resilient

recovering readily from adversity, depression, or the like

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The nurturing of a resilient individual begins during childhood and continues through adolescence.
Resilience is best demonstrated through the people of New Orleans, who chose to return and rebuild our City in the wake of Hurricane Katrina -- so that it not only recovers, but becomes resilient to all future challenges.
Response efforts today continue to rely largely on retrofit, manual approaches based on ticketing systems, spreadsheets and legacy applications," said Paul Ayers, General Manager EMEA at Resilient Systems.
Each city is unique, and through the 100RC network, cities are building on each other's experiences, and learning the best resilience-building techniques," said Michael Berkowitz, President of 100 Resilient Cities.
Commenting on the announcement of AkzoNobel's commitment, Michael Berkowitz, President of 100 Resilient Cities said: "We are proud to join with AkzoNobel in our efforts to build resilience in cities around the world.
Resilient Construction and another WRDA amendment for dredging of small, inland Mississippi River ports, he added, "are a step in the right direction to ensure we're using taxpayer dollars wisely to prepare for the future.
SeaLion Resilient has been specifically formulated for owners and managers seeking improved maintenance and docking efficiency.
By simplifying maintenance and reducing need for repair, SeaLion Resilient can contribute to a significant reduction in off-hire time and docking and labour costs, while keeping paint consumption to a minimum," she noted.
As for businesses, the report suggested that the most resilient business bases were to be found in Powys, while Merthyr Tydfil fared the worst.
Men see themselves as more resilient because they are more laid back, have more perspective and more self-confidence, whereas women admit to being more easily stressed, more insecure and more likely to avoid conflict.
Candidates stressed how resilient we are as a people and country and how important it is for us to build, or continue to build, our resilience.
The Resilient Child: Seven Essential Lessons for your Child's Happiness and Success" is advice for parents to prepare their children for the harsh world that seeks to destroy their mind and bodies.
The authors (all affiliated with Cisco) discuss the hardware and switching implementations that affect network resiliency, the relevance of quality of service models and queuing techniques, resiliency enhancements to the Interior Gateway Protocols, a design guide for a resilient campus access network, resilient connectivity to the Internet, improvements made to traditional WAN connectivity technologies, factors that influence data center network design, and resilient network management.
The "Eco Spirit" objective is to inform specifiers about the attributes of TOLI resilient flooring products that can contribute to achieving USGBC LEED credits for commercial interiors.
OUT OF THE WOODS: Tales of Resilient Teens STUART P.