ability to endure

See: tolerance
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Equipped with insulated-gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) based propulsion technology, these locomotives will be compliant with Indian standards of freight transport and will have the ability to endure tough Indian climate and conditions.
The HHC provides tents, food and other equipment necessary to make the experience memorable for the participants, including honing the individual's ability to endure and persevere in a spirit of co-existence with different nationalities representing diverse cultures, while working as a team, she added.
The book juxtaposes passion and discovery against hatred and despair and shines a light on the human ability to endure.
She added that the OPCW-UN Joint Investigative Mechanism, over more than two years, could not provide the necessary professional capability and technical tools to conduct an objective investigation on the use of chemical weapons in Syria, and it has lost the ability to endure the unprecedented political pressure by the US and its Western partners, SANA reported.
He said that there was a pervasive but false idea among parents in the country that if children work it increases their resilience and their ability to endure difficult conditions.
The terrorists had surprised the military by their ability to endure more than 130 days of airstrikes, compounding fears in the Philippines and the region that the radical IS ideology and its advanced recruitment methods were more prevalent than was previously imagined.
But the study by Dr Tara Swart suggests that the pressures of the job are not affecting journalists' ability to endure and bounce back from adversity in the long-term, due to a belief that their work has meaning and purpose.
Resilience has become popular in positive psychology and behavioural therapy, where it encapsulates a person's capacity and ability to endure and overcome hardship.
The company also examines the phone's ability to endure falling from a height of half meter and one meter, where the device is placed in machine rising in the air, and then falls at a very high speed to a position that's very close to the ground then it is left to continue falling to a hard stone ground.
It was built as a symbol of the city's - and the store's - ability to endure adversity, but it was reported that the unveiling caused some people to faint and there was a heated debate over its artistic merits in the papers.
And this Faraj examines closely to learn about the body's ability to endure, and achieve equilibrium and stability in an existence that is rapidly becoming universal, and which dictates to us the conditions of our survival.
The positive outlook reflects S&P's view that the company's beneficial cost position, high profitability, strongly positive free cash flow generation, and sizable market share could strengthen its ability to endure volatile market conditions.