tenaciousness


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Through their tenaciousness, they demonstrate that they are faithful adherents to their adoptive "parents": Elisha calls Elijah 'my father, my father' (II Kgs.
Lest anyone mistake all of the above as an invocation of sainthood, we should add that the tenaciousness that we mentioned at the outset translated into no quarter for anyone whose work did not meet her high standards.
As part of its growth strategy, ACI committed to a more-aggressive mindset that involved online services, cold bidding and tenaciousness in closing the sale.
Rocks player-coach Sterling Davis said: "Daniel is exactly the player we need and have been lacking over the last few seasons, with his tenaciousness both in scoring and rebounding.
We see his tenderness and unknowing even when he does not want us to see it or tries to override it, and are frustrated for him when his tenaciousness to force life into formation leads him to open a peanut shell with a sledgehammer, or pratfall at the precise moment he wants to appear 'proper,' or lose himself in perpetual preparation so as not to accomplish his projects.
Indeed, tenaciousness, or at least a stubborn resolve not to give up must have been needed for some of the instructions, which could involve time consuming or messy procedures with unpredictable results.
The first and foremost danger is to rely on the flattering reports; and to believe that what was right in the past could still work now, that waiting is the best advisor, that painkillers are the best type of cure, and that tenaciousness is a guarantee for stability.
Tenaciousness Easily gives in when "I give up easily things don't go as when the going gets expected.
Their tenaciousness is due to a number of factors, but biologists agree it's largely a result of their nesting habits.
Recent research among black postgraduates in the Faculty confirms the tenaciousness of race in determining whether a student feels 'at home' in the learning environment.
However, for the rest it was unrecognisable from the sort of high-tempo tenaciousness which has typified the O''Neill renaissance.
His ability to make a comeback after the humiliating vote of no confidence delivered to him by Plaid AMs following disappointing election results in 2003 showed he had a level of tenaciousness that his detractors ignored at their peril.
Frank was no saint and I am certainly not seeking to beatify him here, but in the sense that he is a politician's politician, he may very well be canonized one day in the halls of Congress for his tenaciousness in the face of scandals.