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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

characterized by hard work and perseverance

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Right, Paul McCann and Anthony Huntrod and, below, HMS Tireless. Paying respects: The teams take a minute's silence before the start of the cricket match.
SO PROUD: Paul at his Passing Out parade with mum Pauline, dad Brian and sister Sharon; HAPPY TOGETHER: sailor Paul McCann and Julie Day, (right) Paul at his Passing Out parade in 2002 and (left) his submarine HMS Tireless; TOGETHER: (top) Paul with Julie at her dad's 50th birthday party with Hilary, Sharon and Jennifer.
The nuclear reactor of HMS Tireless was unaffected and the ship itself was not in danger, the Ministry of Defence said.
HMS Tireless was carrying out exercises in the Arctic Circle when she suffered damage to a ballast tank.
They are accused of rowing up the River Tamar on September 2 with the intention of damaging the nuclear submarine HMS Tireless in Plymouth's Devonport dockyard.
Britain is also sending HMS Tireless, a Trafalgar-class nuclear submarine with sonar capabilities and a Malaysian frigate was due to arrive in thesearcharea on Saturday.
Britain has also sent HMS Tireless, a Trafalgar-class nuclear submarine with sonar capabilities, to help with the search.
Tomahawks would be launched from the Navy's nuclear submarine HMS Tireless,.
HMS Tireless - a Plymouth-based submarine - was also reported to be in Gilbraltar over the weekend.
Operator mechanic Anthony Huntrod, aged 20, from Sunderland, and leading operator mechanic Mr McCann, aged 32, from Halesowen, died when an oxygen generator exploded in March 2007 while HMS Tireless was on a war games operation.
Darren Smith, head of risk and liability with Birmingham law firm Hill Hofstetter, acted for Molecular Products Ltd (MPL), the defence contractor which manufactured the self-contained oxygen generators (SCOG) used on HMS Tireless and other Royal Navy submarines.
Anthony Huntrod was killed after a blast tore through a cabin of nuclear submarine HMS Tireless in March 2007.
Operator Mechanic Anthony Huntrod, 20, from Sunderland, and Leading Operator Mechanic Paul McCann from Halesowen, West Midlands, died when an oxygen generator exploded two years ago while HMS Tireless was on a war games operation.
Leading Operator Mechanic Paul McCann, 32, from Halesowen, died alongside Operator Mechanic Anthony Huntrod, 20, of Sunderland, when an oxygen generator exploded two years ago while HMS Tireless was on a war games operation.