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In response, she persevered through painful trial and error, while maintaining a faith in her own abilities.
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Again and again I found evidence of people who had persevered and were making hard conversations happen in all kinds of surprising contexts.
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A winter slump has always been inevitable for businesses in regions with four seasons, but how those restaurants will persevere in this moment will likely define how the dining landscape looks going forward.
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In 2020, Shopify excelled in crisis management, helping its partners persevere in the face of daunting realities.
But when he persevered in the confession of the Faith, he was brought before the judge, who sentenced him to be beheaded next day.
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However, I might have done something if I'd persevered; but, luckily or unluckily for me, I had some money left to me.
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As the session was drawing to a close, the bills were not persevered in before its termination.
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At first this melancholy task was insupportable, but I persevered; and in a short time became reconciled to it.
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Once or twice they tried to put a foot over the side of the cart, but were convinced if they persevered the dog would kill them.
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