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Fortunately, small business owners are extremely perseverant.
D'ailleurs, convaincu et perseverant qu'il est, tout comme la mer qui etait temoin de ses debuts, il continue toujours de les denoncer ouvertement.
A break is considered a blotch in the and one has to be perseverant and ready to make compromises," says Rituparna Chakraborty, cofounder and senior VP, TeamLease Services.
In the end, the Assistant Chief of Staff presented the graduates with certificates and awarded the top achievers, calling upon them to work hard and be perseverant in order to ensure the success of their military career.
A break is con-sidered a blotch in the and one has to be perseverant and ready to make compromises," says Rituparna Chakraborty, co-founder and senior VP, TeamLease Services.
For his part, the visiting delegation expressed the high admiration and satisfaction of the ministry's perseverant cooperation.
Avec toujours un bras de fer perseverant entre les decrets presidentiels et la Magistrature qui les annulent l'un apes l'autre, c'est l'avenir du pays qui se joue la au milieu des tensions politiques, devenues exacerbees.
Il est la, sur la croix invisible de son supplice, perseverant dans cet echec fatal qu'il est voue a repeter.
Perseverant, the sponsors came back with added incentive - an award for Kapoor, hoping this would solve everything.
Concepts: Characterizing people with labels such as autonomous, self-reliant, perseverant, courageous, steadfast, and successful performatively establishes the power of the autonomy schema through supposition, eliciting implicit agreement that the category of autonomy is a valid and important category for perceiving and judging people's behavior and character.