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I feel like road games are the best because you’ve got people going at you, and you’ve got a little bit more adversity.
Stories about overcoming adversity and always, always sticking together.
So I guess sometimes you learn a lot more from defeat and adversity than you do from winning.
Obviously a lot of adversity the first little bit here, and he’s been our best player every night, and we’re pretty lucky to have him back there right now.
“We’ve got a little bit of adversity right now and we’re still finding a way to get points, and I think in the long run that’s going to be very big for us,” Oshie said.
The state’s vaccination plan does acknowledge that “equity remains a crosscutting consideration” in vaccine distribution, and it notes that some “higher risk” counties, including Shelby, are “disadvantaged and slower to recover from adversity.”
MEMPHIS-AREA RESIDENTS WITHOUT INTERNET MUST WAIT DAYS FOR VACCINATION APPOINTMENTS, WHILE OTHERS GO TO THE FRONT OF THE LINEBY WENDI C. THOMAS AND HANNAH GRABENSTEIN, MLK50: JUSTICE THROUGH JOURNALISMJANUARY 15, 2021PROPUBLICA
The big lesson I’ve come to understand on a deeper level is that adversity is the birthplace of creativity.
The great American tradition of an inaugural ceremony has occurred in times of peace, in times of turmoil, in times of prosperity, and in times of adversity.
AN INAUGURATION LIKE NO OTHERROXANNE ROBERTSJANUARY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Lightning clearly know how to handle adversity, and they’re entering the new season with enough of their championship-winning roster intact to be scary.
One hope is that the adversity and flexibility prompted by the pandemic yield dividends when the athletes find themselves under the bright Olympic lights.

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