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capable of withstanding stress without injury

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recovering readily from adversity, depression, or the like

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There are the socio-political and economic issues, as well as the cultural contexts, that will always be coupled with creating resilient cities.
If we are able to build complete resilience in the country, there are studies which suggest that our GDP could go up by upto 2 per cent, he said, adding that the work on resilient infrastructure, however, needs to take into account the ongoing rapid urbanisation as unplanned urbanisation is closely linked to creation of new risks.
Webinar themes are Resilient Based Design & Risk Assessment; Quantifying and Communicating Resilient Design: A Standardized Rating System; Resilient Design in the Real World: Case Study; and, Financial Return on Resilient Design.
Resilient individuals have specific traits that allow for an easier and more positive reaction to change or traumatic events.
The partnership is the latest in a series of announcements relating to Resilient System's expansion into the EMEA territory, following the establishment of an EMEA office and senior sales and management appointments in the region.
Partnering with The Rockefeller Foundation and 100 Resilient Cities is a natural fit for AkzoNobel, following the launch of our Human Cities initiative in June," explained Buchner.
The head of the apex bank said that the nation was resilient and measures to fight inflation were working.
The essays are not only easy to read but interesting too, and the real-life examples help show firsthand how libraries are essential to cities being resilient despite natural disasters or low budgets.
The company said it introduced the product after extensive research and testing, describing it as the industry's first antifouling coating and explaining it includes epoxy-polysiloxane, a compound of resins and hardeners that provides highly resilient hull protection.
The industry's first anti-fouling coating that includes epoxy-polysiloxane, a compound of resins and hardeners that provides highly resilient hull protection, has been launched following extensive research and testing, said Jotun in its statement.
The report, carried out by Experian and commissioned by the BBC, suggests that the South Wales Valleys would be the least resilient to cuts, which will be set out in the coalition Government's comprehensive spending review next week.
Without doubt those who are resilient will be in a better position than those who aren't.
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.