doggedness


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Director of rugby Neil Mitchell said: "Otley is never an easy match but the difference between last year's team and this year's is that there is more resilience, a doggedness - which is why there was such a disappointment at losing to Macclesfield last week."
Ponty assistant coach Paul John recognised Llandovery doggedness but was satisfied that his side had another gear to find.
Despite his remarkable athletic abilities and doggedness as a mountaineer, he was a solitary academic who published little and suffered from severe psychosis for much of his adult life.
Bangor's doggedness was rewarded by a try from Liam Owen who picked up a loose ball and sped down the centre of the field to score a try that he converted.
They know the teamwork, resilience and sheer doggedness that carry them through play productions, concerts, tough sports fixtures and (for the Cadet Force) survival weekends in the frozen Cheviots also contribute to their achievement in the classroom and exam hall.
However, Inverarity was kinder about Wade, and praised him for his doggedness.
"There's a doggedness, determination and stubbornness about Northern Irish people," he said.
It was very much a case of prior to the Lord Mayor's show as on Saturday Wilkin's men found Moors' expected defensive doggedness too much to handle with the visitors netting a 1-0 victory.
The trait of doggedness and determination is second nature to a Scouser, which has proved to be decisive in the search for the truth.
Fearing a snowball effect in the EU, the European association of former telecoms monopolies, ETNO, has welcomed the Commission's doggedness. It notes that these taxes are a "heavy burden" for a sector that is supposed to be a driver of growth and jobs and that has to invest in broadband internet networks to provide coverage throughout the EU.
ambassador's persistence, a timely intervention by President Obamaand the doggedness of Israel's ambassador, Yitzhak Levanon.
There are no stats for doggedness. No one counts batting-cage swings and practice ground balls fielded over and over again in the quest for earned perfection.
This is incredible and shows the grit and doggedness of this great batsman.
But we didn't have the doggedness to see out the victory."
Fatfat, however, relayed Sleiman's doggedness to refer Major General Rifi to Justice.