упорство; настойчивость ; стойкость ; усидчивость
- It may take some perseverance to get the appropriate files brought out of store, but it is well worthwhile.
- Mr Bush sounded almost smug when he said the changes in Eastern Europe had come "because America is strong and 40 years of perseverance and patience are finally paying off".
- We also rejoice in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character hope.
- Japanese traditionally set store by the heroic virtue of gaman, which means long-suffering perseverance.
- But it was not just a question of the physical environment; discipline was also integral to the control of the mental environment of individuals; it was part and parcel of self-respect, self-control and perseverance, as well as the ability to shape the nature of one's own existence.
- Generosity, team effort and sheer perseverance
- An excellent example of perseverance and a rewarding exchange of information and plants can be found in correspondence between Philip Miller and John Bartram, although it covers only five years between 1755-;1760.
- "This is reward for many years of hard work, for all the perseverance and the lonely nights," he said as he sat on the terrace of the clubhouse revelling in the atmosphere and attention of a successful first round.
- Perseverance is required to understand the story and one had to read between the lines to find the book's full meaning.
- This, of course, will require much planning, talking, the involvement of local authorities, water authorities, conservation groups and local people, and yet more Alresford sheer perseverance from the Alresford Society.
- But he is making no excuses for Taylor Woodrow's stubborn perseverance with the American contracting business which lost 12m last year and is being closed at a cost of 24m.
- British phlegm and perseverance carried the Cooks through many difficult situations.
- The event demanded the most stringent virtues before it even began: patience, perseverance, reverence.