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The youth nearly fell off the bicycle, but British doggedness saved him from disaster.
THE JOYOUS ADVENTURES OF ARISTIDE PUJOLWILLIAM J. LOCKE
He saw the fisherman, in ugly doggedness, towering over the small figure of the squatter-girl.
TESS OF THE STORM COUNTRYGRACE MILLER WHITE
In no previous war have the British given more striking proof of their inherent quality of doggedness.
A TRAVELLER IN WAR-TIMEWINSTON CHURCHILL
The despairing doggedness in his tone made her go on her knees on the rug before the fire, very near to him.
SONS AND LOVERSDAVID HERBERT LAWRENCE
Giles Hoggett was almost unable to work from rheumatism, but still was of opinion that doggedness might carry him on.
THE LAST CHRONICLE OF BARSETANTHONY TROLLOPE
He and his comrades of the East Surreys held a trench of Hill 60 with wonderful doggedness.
THE CHILDRENS' STORY OF THE WAR, VOLUME 4 (OF 10)JAMES EDWARD PARROTT
It was his splendid example of courage, devotion, and doggedness that inspired his men to hold out to the end.
THE CHILDRENS' STORY OF THE WAR, VOLUME 4 (OF 10)JAMES EDWARD PARROTT
Only sheer doggedness would not let them admit the latter truth.
DAVE DAWSON AT TRUKROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
His voice trembled, and yet there was a certain doggedness in it.
PEMBROKEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
He endured everything with white-lipped, silent doggedness, and still held on his way.
BOB, SON OF BATTLEALFRED OLLIVANT
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