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Still fewer persevered in the face of such pressure and prejudice as Aaron did in pursuit of Ruth’s record.

For those of you who persevere and make it outside to run, bike, or ice skate you’ll want moisture-wicking winter caps that won’t get in the way or cause you to overheat.

Novavax said it had 9,000 subjects as of last week toward its goal of 30,000 and intended to persevere.

Leagues hum along, player development initiatives persevere and secondary tournaments await, but the work is more often about careful curation than critical competition.

The ice preserved in these naturally cool formations might have helped Ancestral Puebloans in the region persevere through five such drought events over the course of 800 years, a new study suggests.

I think she stands up to a lot of modern toys that require little or no imagination,” Stone writes, “and I hope she perseveres.

She has personally confronted suicide, business failure and biting criticism, and in the face of it all she perseveres.

But if he perseveres, he could put real pressure on the Republicans to respond.

Despite a spate of recent mass shootings, the little-known DIY gun movement perseveres.

But he perseveres and wins the reputation of being "visionary" and "as stubborn as a mule."

God never withholds Himself from him who pays this price and who perseveres in seeking Him.

Mr. G., also a lawyer—I waive the military titles—moves cautiously, deliberates and debates, but perseveres.

He who perseveres will, however, generally succeed; and the labor bestowed upon the most unpromising mine, is never wholly lost.

It is the protest which that irrepressible entity called soul perseveres in alleging.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to perseveres, such as: proceed, pursue, endure, persist, remain, and continue.

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