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having or showing a capacity for protracted effort, regardless of difficulty or frustration

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showing sustained enthusiastic action with unflagging vitality

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The men who died were: | Stoker Griffith Evans, 21, Royal Navy, HMS Indefatigable, of Somerset Street | | | Able Seaman and gunner Thomas Hooley, 26, Royal Navy, HMS Indefatigable, only son living in North Street.
We're talking a 125ft, 43-ton, 24-gun full- size replica of HMS Indefatigable. It is the centrepiece of the ITV series Hornblower, which begins on October 7, and has already made history as the first British frigate in 150 years to be hand-built from wood.
FIRST-class stoker T H Pennington was on HMS Indefatigable in the Jutland naval battle, and went down with his vessel.
Head of the family is great, great grandfather Eric Lawton, who served in the Royal Navy during World War Two on the aircraft carrier HMS Indefatigable.
The former soldier, who now works in the military welfare centre at the HMS Indefatigable mountaineering school, Anglesey, keeps Dartmoors, Suffolks and crosses on his 18-acre smallholding.
He served on numerous ships, including HMS Shropshire, HMS Berwick, HMS Eagle and, most importantly, HMS Indefatigable, on which he spent five years.
HMS Indefatigable Association Reunion March 30- April 1, 2001, Birmingham.
Robert and George Burton, from Noel Street, Lodge Lane, were both killed on HMS Indefatigable at the Battle of Jutland, while the Caddens from Wallasey - Bernard, holder of the Military Medal, and John, died within 24 hours, from pneumonia, a week before the war's end.
Julian Morris, managing director of Gareth Morris Construction, which is based at Pontfadog, near Llangollen, said: "This is an exciting development for GMC that enables us to build on five years' of independent work at RAF Valley, as well as take on responsibilities at the RAF Resource and Initiative Centre at Fair-bourne, RAF Outdoor Centre at Llanrwst, RAF Training Camp at Capel Curig, HMS Indefatigable on Anglesey and RAF Mona, next to Valley."
It took two years to make and the centrepiece, which holed the budget below the waterline, is a 125ft, 43 ton, 24 gun, full-size replica of Hornblower's ship, HMS Indefatigable. It is the first British frigate in 150 years to be hand-built from wood and was constructed in Turkey.