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We have to persevere with every ounce of determination we can muster.
For the readers who persevere to get there, and hopefully most of them will, the last 100 pages brilliantly combine an underdog football tale with an account of the protest movement mounted by Heart Mountain’s imprisoned innocents.
They persevered by looking indirectly at the phone’s internet traffic to see who it was whispering to, until finally, in July last year, researchers saw the phone pinging servers belonging to NSO.
Teachers can build upon young children’s urge to know, helping them become more sustained and persevering in their pursuit of information.
Not game them — he wasn’t hacking anything — but persevere, knowing how they worked, until they did work.
The friends of truth cannot justifiably persevere in supporting the British Constitution as the ordinance of God.
All that is necessary is to persevere faithfully in the ordinary duties of life, and to perform them to the best of our ability.
By exerting myself to persevere for about a month, I was enabled to feel perfectly resigned.
Tidings of the repulse were brought to Pitt; he sent reinforcements and ordered the commander to persevere.
What do girls amount to who think only of their own pleasure, and never persevere to the successful end?
GROWING UPJENNIE M. DRINKWATER

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