perseverence

See: prowess
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Tributes to Moseley's perseverence have been properly paid but 28 minutes into the first half they went into a trance as Pickthall took possession on their right-hand touchline and, all on his own, made some 40 yards to the tryline.
Their lives wove a tapestry of perseverence, strength, pain, pride and dreams.
After the restart Conor Sammon was almost rewarded for his hard work and perseverence only to see his shot from the edge of the box deflected past Alexander's right-hand post.
But we spoke about perseverence, the importance of getting late goals.
Roy Keane praised his players' perseverence after it paid dividends against Barnsley, writes Stuart Rayner.
Mark Rimell has not enjoyed the best of luck with his stable stars this season, but recent arrival Ellway Prospect finally flourished to shed her maiden status in the handicap hurdle thanks to the perseverence of winning rider Jamie Moore.
In a nutshell, that is what Mulligan is all about - perseverence.
He keeps on playing his game, no matter what, and no-one proves the virtue of perseverence to a greater degree.
But here's a difference: Instead of disarmingly humorous confessions - the standard fare of most solo shows - Van Leer offers a group profile in perseverence.
Woods shot 70 to lurk five behind then bowed to the perseverence of Harrington.
Broadcaster and former MP Martin Bell says: "Britishness means decency, tolerance and stickability, by that I mean perseverence when the going gets tough.