toughness


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Through the bruteness and toughness of matter, a subtle spirit bends all things to its own will.
My toughness has been proved, sir, in this room many and many a time, as I think you know; and if you don't know,' added John, putting his pipe in his mouth again, 'so much the better, for I an't proud and am not going to tell you.
which they wouldn't have been), and that she has a tenderness for him still (whereas her toughness is a proverb).
Not at all intimidated by this rebuff, but rather sharpened in wits and appetite, Mr Swiveller forwarded the same message to another and more distant eating-house, adding to it by way of rider that the gentleman was induced to send so far, not only by the great fame and popularity its beef had acquired, but in consequence of the extreme toughness of the beef retailed at the obdurant cook's shop, which rendered it quite unfit not merely for gentlemanly food, but for any human consumption.
Mental toughness has been recognized as an important psychological characteristic and both coaches and athletes have attributed competitive success to mental toughness, and negative outcomes to the lack of it (Goldberg, 1998; Gould, Hodge, Peterson & PetlichkofF, 1987; Hodge, 1994; Tunney, 1987).
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers from University of Tabriz used graphite nanoparticles to produce laboratorial samples of high temperature ceramics which enjoy dense and nonporous structure with high fracture toughness.
JONATHAN Davies believes mental toughness must be prominent in Wales' armoury if they are to emerge from the socalled World Cup pool of death.
Muscat: In view of the modern day challenges, developing mental toughness is very important for wellbeing, improving performance and positive behaviour, Doug Strycharczyk, chief executive officer of AQR, said on Tuesday.
u]) is a characteristic dimension combined with the fracture toughness.
They showed a lot of toughness - but a lot of it was individual toughness.
Warren M Garrison Jr, a professor of materials science and engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), has developed a new ultra-strength steel of high fracture toughness that is significantly less expensive to manufacture than existing products.
a professor of materials science and engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, has developed a new ultra-strength steel of high fracture toughness that is significantly less expensive to manufacture than existing products.