thick skin


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skin that is very thick (as an elephant or rhinoceros)

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"There will be a lot more opinions voiced and you have to develop a thick skin."
Moreover, nasal skin thickness among the responders was categorically distributed into 3 groups based on the average of the 3 vertical points mentioned previously: thin (n=12, 16.6%), intermediate (n=33, 45.8%), and thick skin thickness (n=27, 37.5%).
He believes that growing a thick skin is now just as important as developing a deft first touch or an eye for goal - but hopes that the bar-room barrackers will ease up on Gareth Southgate's men during the next month.
"I have thick skin - literally" Model Kelly Brook hits back at trolls who called her fat "I'm appalled at the glorification of killing wild and rare animals on this TV channel.
sellowiana present hard and thick skin, damage caused by another insect pest, Conotrachelus psidii Marshall (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), may have enabled fruit infestation by D.
Which band have had to "grow a thick skin" to deal with the pressure on young girls to look a certain way?
WHEN asked what qualities are needed as a councillor, I always say the two most important are to have a thick skin and stamina because, boy, do you need these at times, as an opposition councillor.
But she claims it has now helped her to develop a thick skin when it comes to criticism.
"Robert's thick skin has become so dinosaurdense that you just want to shout at him" - Actor Hugh Bonneville (pictured) on his character, Lord Robert, in Downton Abbey.
You have to walk in there with some thick skin." Evans' co-star, Alice Eve, thought he excelled.
When you are fired, it's economy and cabs back" Foyles War actress Honeysuckle Weeks on the ups and downs of being a star "People who go into politics have to develop a thick skin very early on and I've got a thick skin" Labour MP Emily Thornberry, who was called a "snob" after being accused of making derogatory remarks about a white van man "Inexpensive youthful beauty tip: smile" Ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell "Watching my dating file has become a bit of a national pastime" Singer Taylor Swift, above "I actually see all the signs of a new Cold War.
All supporters know now that the man is bullet proof, with incredible thick skin.
WHETHER you happen to be in business or administration, having a thick skin never hurts -- if you'll pardon the pun.
14 ( ANI ): Hillary Clinton has advised women to "grow thick skin like a rhinoceros" if they are public figures.