Thesaurus / persistence


“I think there are many ways in which the persistence of poverty and lack of robust healthcare institutions in low income countries can be attributed to the behaviors and policies and decisions of larger countries,” Wenner says.

Renovation will always incur wreckage, but the key is to rebuild smarter each time, to find the path of persistence.

The first was the persistence and intensity of average temperatures across Siberia this past January to June.

“Patterns of synchronous activity have recently been purposed to underlie the persistence of memories over long periods of time,” wrote the team.

By studying the persistence of that information, Hoyal Cuthill and her colleagues formulated hypotheses about how the rangeomorphs changed throughout their lives.

Not too far away in their own tubes live other sleepless flies, animated with the calm persistence of those consigned to eternal day.

Why Sleep Deprivation KillsVeronique GreenwoodJune 4, 2020Quanta Magazine

"I remained to pray," he answered, with a sense of irritation at her persistence.

Under the Witches' MoonNathan Gallizier

These after-images are due to persistence or fatigue of the visual process, depending upon conditions.

Visual IllusionsMatthew Luckiesh

The battle then would be won after a fashion by the side with the most persistence.

And he did, and before his courage and bravery and persistence the foe fell.

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