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Their iron-like sturdiness provides oodles of comfort and security for us older guys who have no intention of quitting the field until someone throws dirt in our face.
But if Bitcoin is to have any chance of success, its digital architecture is going to have to prove its sturdiness under increasingly difficult conditions.
Southampton may be in the bottom three but they are a different proposition now due to a new-found sturdiness and confidence, "We have improved and grown in maturity all the way through," Adkins added.
HRH the Premier inaugurates (Invest in Bahrain 2012) Forum; asserts Bahraini economy has proven its sturdiness, versatility in the face of security challenges Cabinet stresses the need to combat terrorism relentlessly and to take all the necessary actions for the sake of deracination of terrorism.
The unaudited financial results for the first nine months of 2012 show sturdiness in its profits and steady growth in its balance sheet.
Cho also attributes the maker's success to the carbon-fiber frame construction that achieves sturdiness and lighter weight.
The Black Sea draws its sturdiness from a vulcanised stainless steel case that's coated with matte rubber.
Given the sturdiness of the wagon it can not be young children who have carried out such vandalism.
Cycling, rowing, dressage, playing centre-forward for Chelsea - all require sturdiness of the butt and that's what we Brits specialize in after years of self-sacrifice at the X-Box.
The Glyndwer Red wine from the fleshy grape has a sturdiness that complements a mature cheese well.
These high-end all-in-one machines can range from a hefty $6,500 to around $1,600, depending on size, sturdiness, and specific treadmill features.
In no way, have we compromised the sturdiness of the Masafi bottles.