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This doggedness must be made evident when Coe assumes office after the World Athletics Championships, which commence in Beijing tomorrow.
The 19-year-old's 106 (195 balls, 17 fours, one six) was doggedness itself but Warwickshire have cause for concern about others.
Showing doggedness, he snatched three points in the second period but eventually lost 3- 6.
He's the most ambitious of all the Middletons," says a friend, who appears to have forgotten Kate's doggedness in getting Wills to the altar.
7 LEE PELTIER Made first start and showed good willing and some doggedness, but offered little in terms of attacking support and always looked nervous against Dawkins' pace.
His enthusiasm and doggedness has been a breath of fresh air in a team which is not known for such qualities, especially in their attacking players.
CALDY 14 BROADSTREET 12 CALDY'S extra doggedness and experience made the difference between two decent teams.
We commend the NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) for its steadfast doggedness in pursuing all leads to find and capture Jovito Palparan.
But Jamie Langfield insists the ability to overcome the odds with a mix of resilience and doggedness are also high on the list of positives so far this season.
Evans hit 138 and Javid 133 E (his maiden century) but the pair face serious pressure for their places tomorrow with 18-year-old Sam Hain knocking hard on the door and Ian Westwood's doggedness appearing just what the Bears' struggling batting unit needs right now.
Evans hit 138 and Javid 133 (his maiden century) but the pair face serious pressure for their places tomorrow with 18-year-old Sam Hain knocking hard on the door and Ian Westwood's doggedness appearing just what the Bears' struggling batting unit needs right now.
Through Eric's doggedness and Amy's resourcefulness, the story is resolved quickly, although it does bring up disturbing issues like rape and assault without fully addressing them.