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1. The Fair Folk will persevere.
2. Persevere, and you will succeed.
3. By his love and grace, we persevere.
4. I do nothing at all, I persevere in that.
5. She would persevere through some of the most.
6. Remember, success smiles on those who persevere.
7. Those who persevere through trials will succeed.

8. Beatings and torment fueled the rage to persevere.
9. I think you will do well to persevere, as you propose.
10. I’m proud of you for having the courage to persevere.
11. He had called his friend a few times and was told to persevere.
12. To help you persevere in the face of adversity, it helps to be.
13. Persevere as the trigger to say the affirmation will be anchored.
14. She could surely persevere with the support coming from that knowledge.
15. He had all the disposition to persevere that Sir Thomas could wish him.
16. Sometimes our plans do not work out and then we need the energy to persevere.
17. If the nation will support them in it, they will persevere in the present war.
18. We are so brokenhearted, but we will persevere as we grasp onto your strength.
19. He could always say that he had had a change of mind, that he would persevere with her.
20. There are four things we can do to water a word: pray, ponder, persevere, and prepare.
21. He says to go on with the mission and to persevere with professionalism and dedication.
22. He would have to find that out for himself and persevere through it as she and Roric had.
23. The human spirit, though unwavering in its strength to persevere in the face of calamity.
24. How much harder will it be to persevere when there are no friends around to support him?
25. It is at this time that we can loose heart, but if we persevere we will receive the prize.
26. But if you persevere and lead a righteous life-that indeed is a mark of great determination.
27. Always Pray in the Holy Spirit for Blessings, Watch and persevere in Faith with all the Saints.
28. Monroe, as a ground for urging Congress to persevere in the preparations they were engaged in making.
29. The diagnosis is that people who live through the inner divinity will persevere in fruitful qualities.
30. Even in the face of such hardship God provides them with the faith, strength and courage to persevere.
31. But none will attain it except those who persevere, and none will attain it except the very fortunate.
32. Had I let her known that I loved her, it would perhaps have helped her persevere with her own love for me.
33. They are designed expressly to deter normal people from actually reading them—which is why you must persevere.
34. You sometimes feel that you will never persevere to the end, and will be obliged someday to give up your profession.
35. A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.
36. I'm not sure why Anonnon sent it to me, presumably it was meant as a manner of encouragement to persevere for the ideal.
37. And why should we not trust in God, when He has guided us in our ways? We will persevere in the face of your persecution.
38. On the other hand, if you find yourself captivated by the process but are frustrated by your lack of trading ability, persevere.
39. While this is typically the case, the deeper meaning is that the monk or nun vows to persevere in his or her vocation unto death.
40. He said—Continue, persevere; listen neither to the suggestions of routine, nor to the over-hasty councils of a rash empiricism.
41. It is an awful challenge to every man to choose and persevere in whatever course he thinks best, here and now, and to take the consequences.
42. Only a small number of these writers persevere to bring their writing far enough to bring their writing where it can be seen by the public eye.
43. It is; but if you persevere and remain cautious, and they attack you suddenly, your Lord will reinforce you with five thousand angels, well trained.
44. She found that he did mean to persevere; but how he could, after such language from her as she felt herself obliged to use, was not to be understood.
45. Unless we were determined to persevere in our claims for redress, and to assert our rights, the embargo, even as a measure of precaution, was unnecessary.
46. Nonetheless, he found enough fortitude to overcome these feelings and perceptions, and persevere with confidence in his mission as a father and a teacher.
47. There was a conflux of emotions and thoughts in him that would not let him either give thorough way to his anger or persevere with simple rigidity of resolve.
48. If a student sees a goal as worth pursuing, and/or they appreciate the challenge, then they will be motivated to not only try, but to persevere beyond failures.
49. She meant to urge him to persevere in the hope of being loved in time, and of having his addresses most kindly received at the end of about ten years' happy marriage.
50. Heyward smiled to himself at the idea of a competition with the scout, though he determined to persevere in the deception, until apprised of the real designs of Magua.
51. She meant to urge him to persevere in the hope of being loved in time, and of having his addresses most kindly received at the end of about ten years’ happy marriage.
52. Let us then, with firmness, persevere in the contest in which we are engaged, until it can be terminated on principles compatible with the rights and honor of the nation.
53. He had learned that if you persevere, you can survive–and even thrive–in spite of the lack of fancy cars, country club memberships, big-dollar jobs or stock portfo-lios.
54. What will keep you motivated enough to persevere and ultimately achieve it? Answering all these questions honestly lies at the heart of fulfilling your desires in the manner you want.
55. So I have noticed that sometimes, the majority of times I've prayed, I've had to persevere in prayer, and believe that this would work, and then they break through, and they get the miracle.
56. He will pray and blaspheme and still persevere, and will curse the day he ever heard of it, and will let his last hour come upon him unawares, still believing that he missed it only by a foot.
57. If Great Britain holds on, (and my predictions are not fulfilled, or she will persevere,) she will look for other resources of supply, that, in the event of a war, she may not be essentially injured.
58. You have had experience in your accepted duty of guardianship; are you willing, as the body is still of tender age, to persevere in that guardianship and to help him as he treads the second Path?
59. The present Congress having determined to persevere in the embargo and the present system of measures a while longer, the peace and welfare of the country required that a different system should be adopted.
60. And the cure, to be effectual, must not persevere in a course which has not only produced no good, nor promises any; but which has brought the patient (if I may use the figure of the gentleman from Maryland, Mr.
61. Had the lads known all along that this was a clothes shop for down and outs: the opposite of cool? In short, were they playing him for a fool? Yet The Jumblies was crammed full with stuff so he decided to persevere.
62. Will that doorway be slammed through attitudes of pessimism, evilness, and hopelessness? Even so, the divine presence within us will continue to cause the spiritual fruit to blossom through patience and self-control as we persevere in goodness.
63. But when he thinks that he is the sufferer of the wrong, then he boils and chafes, and is on the side of what he believes to be justice; and because he suffers hunger or cold or other pain he is only the more determined to persevere and conquer.
64. When his life had seemed most out of control, when he’d believed he could not persevere, it was the soft grate of the ring on the chain, the ‘whir-whir’ as he’d run it up and down, that calmed him, steadied his mind and quieted his heart.
65. This is only a personal opinion; but, to utter our whole thought, at the point where Jean Valjean had arrived when he began to love Cosette, it is by no means clear to us that he did not need this encouragement in order that he might persevere in well-doing.
66. If the gentleman would but persevere, if he had but love enough to persevere, Sir Thomas began to have hopes; and these reflections having passed across his mind and cheered it, "Well," said he, in a tone of becoming gravity, but of less anger, "well, child, dry up your tears.
67. How can you, who long for the love and sympathy of man, persevere in this exile? You will return and again seek their kindness, and you will meet with their detestation; your evil passions will be renewed, and you will then have a companion to aid you in the task of destruction.
68. In his eighth chapter he has presented a full history of both Jewish and Christian opinion on the present controversy—and few will, after careful study of his pages, persevere in regarding the modern doctrine of the Church as a representation of its faith in those earlier times.
69. The same indomitable spirit that kept him from despair in the bagnios of Algiers, and prompted him to attempt the escape of himself and his comrades again and again, made him persevere in spite of failure and discouragement in his efforts to win the ear of the public as a dramatist.
70. If the gentleman would but persevere, if he had but love enough to persevere, Sir Thomas began to have hopes; and these reflections having passed across his mind and cheered it, Well, said he, in a tone of becoming gravity, but of less anger, well, child, dry up your tears.
71. If you do not persevere in your communication with God, you will neither be appointed to these positions nor get your amnesty; do you understand? In the past you have committed atrocities and crimes which prevented you from praying and standing in God’s Presence, but now you have repented these transgressions.
72. I’d not care that Heathcliff gained his ends, and triumphed in robbing me of my last blessing! But should Linton be unworthy—only a feeble tool to his father—I cannot abandon her to him! And, hard though it be to crush her buoyant spirit, I must persevere in making her sad while I live, and leaving her solitary when I die.
73. Do you persevere in the conquest of Canada? Pass not the barrier with an army of less than forty-five or fifty thousand men: if you do, in my apprehension, the defeats and disasters of the past campaign will be visited upon you; another army will be made to pass under the yoke, and at the end of the year, you will find yourself still further removed from your object.
74. He believed that a large majority of the House were at the present moment in favor of embargo or war, because the House had been so distinctly told by a committee on our foreign relations, that there was no alternative but submission; and almost every gentleman who had the honor of a seat within these walls, had committed himself on the subject, either to persevere in the embargo or resort to war.
75. He said he derived much satisfaction from this liberal conduct on the part of the British Government, because it manifested a confidence in the honor and firmness of our Government, which must be peculiarly gratifying to every American; but it rather increased than lessened the obligation to persevere in protecting our neutral rights against French aggressions, if they should be persevered in, contrary to his expectation.
76. For a day or two after the affront was given, Henry Crawford had endeavoured to do it away by the usual attack of gallantry and compliment, but he had not cared enough about it to persevere against a few repulses; and becoming soon too busy with his play to have time for more than one flirtation, he grew indifferent to the quarrel, or rather thought it a lucky occurrence, as quietly putting an end to what might ere long have raised expectations in more than Mrs.
77. Let gentlemen exercise their opinions and persevere in their arguments at all times respecting our internal concerns, as well before as after the measures are adopted; let them, respecting our foreign relations, urge their arguments with a zeal proportioned to the magnitude of the subject; they will be pleasurably received, and respectfully considered; but after the Government has taken its attitude against a foreign nation, it would be going too far to desert its standard, and to join that of the enemy.
78. Pinkney, of the 22d of May, 1810, in which it is said, that the President has read, with surprise and regret, the reply of Lord Wellesley to the note requiring explanations with respect to the blockade of France, which "evinces an inflexible determination to persevere in the system of blockade," as affording a reason for this added condition: they may say that it was thrust in when our Administration were satisfied that it would not be acceded to by the British, and for the purpose of preventing an accommodation with, and keeping up the irritation against, that nation.
79. But tell me, traitor, when did I by word or sign give a reply to thy prayers that could awaken in thee a shadow of hope of attaining thy base wishes? When were not thy professions of love sternly and scornfully rejected and rebuked? When were thy frequent pledges and still more frequent gifts believed or accepted? But as I am persuaded that no one can long persevere in the attempt to win love unsustained by some hope, I am willing to attribute to myself the blame of thy assurance, for no doubt some thoughtlessness of mine has all this time fostered thy hopes; and therefore will I punish myself and inflict upon myself the penalty thy guilt deserves.
80. There are happily many promising movements in Italy itself; but what are the measures of the Reformed Churches in the capital for reviving the decayed faith of this nation, driven at length into skepticism by its ancient superstitions? To reproduce, in the front of the Vatican, the absurd divisions of England, Germany, and America! Here, where, if anywhere, it was essential that the majesty of original Christianity should be set forth, like a new sunrise, to dispel the darkness of eternal death, are the old sects, come together to repeat the ancient mistakes, and to persevere in the general fixed agreement not to allow a word to be spoken which might tend to shake the theological interests which they represent.
81. I have heard before of a people being their own worst enemies—but what shall we say to an assertion that persons selected from the people for their wisdom and discretion, should be their own worst enemies? Is it to the interest of the Administration that these abuses should continue, and that loans and taxes should be resorted to to cover them? Who, sir, are the true friends—I do not speak of motives—who in fact are the true friends of Administration? Those who move to abolish and retrench, or those who persevere in keeping up such establishments and resort to loans and taxes to defray the expense of them? Are you willing that any part of the loan authorized by the act which unhappily passed this House this morning should be borrowed for the purpose of keeping up as many marines as were deemed necessary in 1800, for treble the amount of naval force—and we then said it was a Government of profusion and patronage—yes, sir, we heaped a great deal of opprobrium and many hard epithets on it.
82. Develop the motivation that will help you persevere,.
1. She had a persevering cough and was.
2. But I must say he was very discreet and persevering about it.
3. It provides the urge for persevering with the quest for the ultimate reality.
4. And as I said, expect it to be a long process but one worth persevering with.
5. My dad was the most resilient persevering human being that I have ever known.
6. I did not think of comparing you: such power of persevering devoted labor as Mr.
7. Had his choice been less unexceptionable, I should have condemned his persevering.
8. It was totally illogical this persevering thought that would not leave me in peace.
9. If you keep persevering, and if you keep learning, you will be rewarded in the end.
10. Greater things than the Doctor had at that time to contend with, would have yielded before his persevering purpose.
11. This would add a huge amount of extra mileage to his journey, and he decided it was worth persevering through Spain.
12. The most honest and persevering Mayors and other high officials have got stuck in New York street mud and were never heard of again.
13. We both have matching ambitions for our nations respectively and we both know how long & persevering the journey has been up to here.
14. I saw she was sorry for his persevering sulkiness and indolence: her conscience reproved her for frightening him off improving himself.
15. And only the endless, persevering, sniffing out of these tiny bits will ever give you even a slightly clarified understanding of it all.
16. Chingachgook and Uncas profited by the interval to regain their wind, though Duncan continued to work with the most persevering industry.
17. When one has been victimized, especially for what they believe or for being an individual, then simply persevering in being themselves, i.
18. Mostly I was alone, which wasn’t unusual, but the cold made the trail seem even more vacant, the wind clattering the branches of the persevering trees.
19. Have you not seen how the ships sail through the sea, by the grace of God, to show you of His wonders? In that are signs for every persevering, thankful person.
20. I saw she was sorry for his persevering sulkiness and indolence: her conscience reproved her for frightening him off improving himself: she had done it effectually.
21. Here's a good one now - and so you notice that Moses held up the rod of God! That is a picture of persevering prayer! He didn't just hold it up, and He had the victory.
22. The remaining obstacle, therefore, to a good understanding between the two nations, and the sole ostensible cause for persevering in the war, is the subject of impressments.
23. Ferrars has suffered from his family; for if I understand the matter right, he has been entirely cast off by them for persevering in his engagement with a very deserving young woman.
24. Chinese clergymen with a similar doctrine at London or Liverpool could scarcely hope for greater success among ourselves by eighty years of persevering preaching and tract distribution.
25. In that season of persevering in faith there was a delay when God's not showing up, and doesn't seem like you're getting better, you're getting worse - and this is the thing that produces results.
26. His horse—a stony-hearted but persevering black brute with a hammer head—you would have seen in the street dozing motionless under an immense saddle, with its nose almost touching the curbstone of the sidewalk.
27. Fowler being a persevering man, as a good seaman should be, blockaded the house, and having met you succeeded by certain arguments, metallic or otherwise, in convincing you that your interests were the same as his.
28. It didn't work that way - he had to remain in a place of passionate persevering prayer, upholding the authority of God, his hands lifted to heaven, lifted to throne of God, from where his power and his source comes.
29. In the same family there may be a genus, as Dianthus, in which very many species can most readily be crossed; and another genus, as Silene, in which the most persevering efforts have failed to produce between extremely close species a single hybrid.
30. In reply to which he says, among other things, that he thinks some modification will take place in this respect, but tells him that this will depend upon the firm and persevering measures to be pursued by the two Governments against the common enemy.
31. Once we have named and acknowledged imperfections, weaknesses and limitations and recognized their capabilities for inter-relational destruction, thus providing the chance to choose to change, we need not be over scrupulous and persevering, constantly worrying about the past.
32. And justly may the nation be proud of the act itself; and of those eminent men, its authors, whose patriotism (rising above enthusiasm, and the passions which have so often bewildered mankind) was calm, dignified, persevering, and always under the guidance of reason and virtue.
33. Wherefore forsaking the vanity of many and their false doctrines let us return to the word which has been handed down to us from the beginning; “watching through prayer” and persevering in fasting; beseeching in our supplications the all-seeing God “not to lead us into temptation” as the Lord has said; “The spirit truly is willing but the flesh is weak”.
34. By this act, the belligerents were invited, in a new form, to withdraw their orders and decrees; promising, on our part, in case either of them should accept the invitation thus given to both, to put in force the non-importation sections of the non-intercourse law against the party persevering in their orders or decrees for three months after their adversary had accepted the invitation thus given.
35. The effect of the whole was a manner so pitying and agitated, and words intermingled with her refusal so expressive of obligation and concern, that to a temper of vanity and hope like Crawford's, the truth, or at least the strength of her indifference, might well be questionable; and he was not so irrational as Fanny considered him, in the professions of persevering, assiduous, and not desponding attachment which closed the interview.
36. The effect of the whole was a manner so pitying and agitated, and words intermingled with her refusal so expressive of obligation and concern, that to a temper of vanity and hope like Crawford’s, the truth, or at least the strength of her indifference, might well be questionable; and he was not so irrational as Fanny considered him, in the professions of persevering, assiduous, and not desponding attachment which closed the interview.
37. Erskine, knowing that he had no authority to make it, and after the peremptory asseveration "that Government had no such knowledge, that with such knowledge no such arrangement would have been made," and "that no such insinuation could be admitted," he replied, "that he made no insinuation, without being able to substantiate a fact, and in that I must continue;" thereby persevering in the charge of falsehood in the Administration for which he was dismissed.
38. The virtuous and chaste woman is an ermine, and whiter and purer than snow is the virtue of modesty; and he who wishes her not to lose it, but to keep and preserve it, must adopt a course different from that employed with the ermine; he must not put before her the mire of the gifts and attentions of persevering lovers, because perhaps--and even without a perhaps--she may not have sufficient virtue and natural strength in herself to pass through and tread under foot these.
39. He had no hesitation in saying he had uniformly been influenced by this motive alone, entirely disconnected with any stipulated obligation to Great Britain; and under this influence, alone, he would be found at all times as ready to resist the aggressions of France, as he had at any time been those of Great Britain, if they should, unfortunately, be persevered in; but, at the same time, he wished to take away every pretext for such perseverance, by persevering in a conduct of the strictest and most scrupulous impartiality toward all the belligerents.
40. Why then, sir, do we not unanimously take the ground here which, if we were called upon to act in an opposite hostile character, would most certainly deter us from persevering in that hostile character against the United States? Sir, if there had been any doubt upon this subject, our late experience ought to have removed it; for, sir, I have no hesitation in saying, and with pain at heart I shall be compelled to show it in the course of this debate, that, in my judgment, our present embarrassments are too much to be ascribed to our former manifestations of indecision, to our unfortunate dissensions and divisions.
41. But what bowled me in the end are these from the Bhakti Yoga - Scores thought over mere rotting / Betters meditation awareness too / What helps man to find moorings / Are acts his with no axe to grind; Kind-hearted ’n considerate / Friendly natured, forgiving too / Lays no store on highs and lows / Suffers no pride ’n possessive not; Who's patient ’n cheerful / Self-willed as well persevering / Who's hearty ever at work / Makes he devout My beloved; Who’s simple, never in want / Covets he not in vantage post / Shakes him none, he keeps his nerve / It’s such who Me please the most; He’s My darling who craves not / Yet won’t shun the pleasures of life / Takes but things all as they come; Treats he equal friends ’n foes / Scorn or honour minds he not / Keeps he cool in grief and joy / Nurses for none soft centre, and above all, Pats ’n slights all in the score / Treats as equal score My man / Takes he lot of his in stride/ But won’t put the blame on Me.
42. Its universality: its democratic equality and constancy to its nature in seeking its own level: its vastness in the ocean of Mercator's projection: its unplumbed profundity in the Sundam trench of the Pacific exceeding 8000 fathoms: the restlessness of its waves and surface particles visiting in turn all points of its seaboard: the independence of its units: the variability of states of sea: its hydrostatic quiescence in calm: its hydrokinetic turgidity in neap and spring tides: its subsidence after devastation: its sterility in the circumpolar icecaps, arctic and antarctic: its climatic and commercial significance: its preponderance of 3 to 1 over the dry land of the globe: its indisputable hegemony extending in square leagues over all the region below the subequatorial tropic of Capricorn: the multisecular stability of its primeval basin: its luteofulvous bed: its capacity to dissolve and hold in solution all soluble substances including millions of tons of the most precious metals: its slow erosions of peninsulas and islands, its persistent formation of homothetic islands, peninsulas and downwardtending promontories: its alluvial deposits: its weight and volume and density: its imperturbability in lagoons and highland tarns: its gradation of colours in the torrid and temperate and frigid zones: its vehicular ramifications in continental lakecontained streams and confluent oceanflowing rivers with their tributaries and transoceanic currents, gulfstream, north and south equatorial courses: its violence in seaquakes, waterspouts, Artesian wells, eruptions, torrents, eddies, freshets, spates, groundswells, watersheds, waterpartings, geysers, cataracts, whirlpools, maelstroms, inundations, deluges, cloudbursts: its vast circumterrestrial ahorizontal curve: its secrecy in springs and latent humidity, revealed by rhabdomantic or hygrometric instruments and exemplified by the well by the hole in the wall at Ashtown gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: the simplicity of its composition, two constituent parts of hydrogen with one constituent part of oxygen: its healing virtues: its buoyancy in the waters of the Dead Sea: its persevering penetrativeness in runnels, gullies, inadequate dams, leaks on.
1. Was that planned? Hunter persevered.
2. Hackbutt at the meeting? persevered Mrs.
3. Rather he persevered with his martial arts.
4. Through the brutality and pain of it all, we persevered.
5. The Nisarga Yoga, when persevered in and brought to its.
6. The stinging brought tears to his eyes but he persevered.
7. But I persevered, praying like I'd never prayed in my life.
8. Nevertheless, he persevered and dug the grave all by himself.
9. He persevered and his protesting stomach began to settle down.
10. Breathing rock for the second time wasn't easier, but he persevered.
11. Still, he persevered and with time, becoming an outstanding trumpeter.
12. It was a slow process but he persevered, building the icon piece by piece.
13. Edgar persevered in his resolution as far as the court; there he lingered.
14. He actually held the word of God around his life, and persevered in faith.
15. They had persevered through the most difficult times and the darkest hours.
16. The bustard persevered its slow, butch strut towards Camilla, his eyes fixed.
17. Perhaps if Angel had persevered he might have gone to Cambridge like his brothers.
18. I was eleven years old and from henceforth, I persevered and strive to be valiant.
19. There were many forces working against him but he persevered and stuck to his principles.
20. Moses and Saul both found the lack of enemy activity in their area disturbing, but persevered.
21. Giovanni strove to wash all the negativities away, and persevered, until his car finally arrived.
22. There were times when they both felt like packing it in but persevered with the same goal in mind.
23. I found strength to suck it in and persevered down that long corridor of the dark emptiness of my life.
24. It was awkward work and hurt his bare feet, but he persevered until he had partially uncovered the body.
25. Fortunately, we had enough volume that our one-third of that one-fourth who persevered paid our overhead.
26. Danny persevered, ‘The events in the library caused me to spend n-nearly as l-long as you in the hospital.
27. Their struggle was difficult, but they persevered and eventually their actions led to the exile of Charles Taylor.
28. The smell that arose from disturbing her corpse was almost as unpleasant as it had been in life but he persevered.
29. He persevered after numerous accusations of wrongdoing and was still able to get back on his feet and continue his musical career.
30. And We appointed leaders from among them, guiding by Our command, as long as they persevered and were certain of Our communications.
31. He stubbornly declined answering for a while; she persevered, and finally persuaded him to hold communion with her through the boards.
32. My gut told me that if I did what I was good at, if I persevered, I would find the SOB who had killed my John Doe and all those others.
33. Nevertheless, he persevered and once he conquered his sense of taste, he began to enjoy the natural flavors of vegetables in bland diet.
34. Despite these initial disappointments the Leaf Children persevered and slowly mastered the means of making basic, if not elaborate, weapons.
35. These will be given their reward twice, because they persevered; and they counter evil with good; and from Our provisions to them, they give.
36. On our way up the coast, I discovered that my commuter cup leaked, but, desperate for coffee, I wrapped a towel around the cup and persevered.
37. The same firmness, if persevered in, which has carried us thus far with success, will, as our cause is just and moderate, end in final victory.
38. Even when the people refused to enter Canaan when they first came to its borders, he stayed true to his calling and persevered for 40 more years.
39. Whether she would have got over this fancy if left to herself, or persevered in nursing it perpetually, I cannot say: she had little time to reflect.
40. From a previous chapter you should be aware that John O’Neill and Richard Clarke had persevered in just what needed to be done in combating terror.
41. His hand trembled even worse than hers, but he persevered on bringing it to his mouth, even as the ice cubes clinked and water slopped over his hand.
42. Boy-o-boy, growing up is sometimes a hard process, but I persevered, not giving up, and slowly I began to learn, but not without many more trials and tribulations.
43. Fanny could not say she did not; and as they all persevered, as Edmund repeated his wish, and with a look of even fond dependence on her good-nature, she must yield.
44. But the girl persevered in appropriating his favors, which obtained more for her insistence and determination that for the predisposition of the magician towards her.
45. Would he have persevered, and uprightly, Fanny must have been his reward, and a reward very voluntarily bestowed, within a reasonable period from Edmund's marrying Mary.
46. He was probably ridiculed by his neighbours, laughed at by his friends, the butt of family jokes, but he believed and he persevered and because he did, we are here today.
47. Would he have persevered, and uprightly, Fanny must have been his reward, and a reward very voluntarily bestowed, within a reasonable period from Edmund’s marrying Mary.
48. People from all walks of life and religions criticized almost everything Gāndhiji said or did from non-violent civil disobedience to Hindu-Muslim unity but he persevered.
49. Nevertheless, she persevered; and when the volume slipped from her hands, she fancied herself seized with the finest Catholic melancholy that an ethereal soul could conceive.
50. But as he persevered as a buyer, he learned both the skills necessary to negotiate the bidding process and the special set of valuation techniques that real estate investors employ.
51. Can this be a desirable state of things? And if persevered in, I am convinced the commerce of the United States will descend into the same tomb with the gentleman's story of the coffin.
52. But Miss Crawford persevered, and argued the case with so much affectionate earnestness through all the heads of William and the cross, and the ball, and herself, as to be finally successful.
53. Here was a fatal error, a departure from the straight line of justice; and when our error in this was palpable to all the world, we gave no explanation, no excuse, but persevered in a measure which led to war.
54. Afterward, there was only the breeze, the whispering of the grass, and a single night flower next to the blanket which, through whatever form of luck, had persevered the stampede, its stem rigid, its petals intact.
55. Elinor was alternately diverted and pained; but Marianne persevered, and saw every night in the brightness of the fire, and every morning in the appearance of the atmosphere, the certain symptoms of approaching frost.
56. She wasn’t good at map reading … had never got the hang of how to navigate when, to her mind, the plan was upside down, but she persevered, running her finger along the different lines on the map until she had worked it out.
57. The Bible tells us that Joseph persevered with God’s help, and, through an attitude of honesty, loyalty, and integrity, all selfless, giving natures, was greatly prospered, gaining high office among the Egyptian hierarchy.
58. When the evening was over, she went to bed full of it, her nerves still agitated by the shock of such an attack from her cousin Tom, so public and so persevered in, and her spirits sinking under her aunt's unkind reflection and reproach.
59. When the evening was over, she went to bed full of it, her nerves still agitated by the shock of such an attack from her cousin Tom, so public and so persevered in, and her spirits sinking under her aunt’s unkind reflection and reproach.
60. But she persevered obstinately, and as the muddy water squelched through her broken shoes and the wind seemed trying to drag her thin jacket from her, she talked to herself as she walked, though she did not speak aloud or even move her lips.
61. The Orders in Council are suspended, not revoked; no compensation for spoliations; Indian hostilities, which were before secretly instigated, now openly encouraged; and the practice of impressment unremittingly persevered in and insisted upon.
62. I speak now of the public newspapers, to which I am compelled to resort to ascertain the objections which are made to this measure, as gentlemen have persevered in refusing to assign the reasons which have induced them to oppose the passage of the bill.
63. Without the technologies in the other books or the ideologies contained in those five books, they were unable to sway the people of our faction over into their belief structure and so we persevered in our beliefs even though we had but fragments left of it to inspire faith.
64. Such could not, I believe, have been the impression either of the people or of the States when the General Government was formed; and if this conduct be persevered in or submitted to, it will, in effect, supersede the Government, and must speedily terminate in its dissolution.
65. But he persevered for months, at such times as he was able to come to the cabin, until at last by repeated experimenting he found a position in which to hold the pencil that best permitted him to guide and control it, so that at last he could roughly reproduce any of the little bugs.
66. If this course should be unfortunately persevered in, it requires no spirit of prophecy to foresee that the Government will fall to pieces from the want of due energy in the administration of its legitimate powers, or that some extraordinary means must be resorted to for its resuscitation.
67. In the tractability with which, at my wish, you forsook a study in which you were interested, and adopted another because it interested me; in the untiring assiduity with which you have since persevered in it—in the unflagging energy and unshaken temper with which you have met its difficulties—I acknowledge the complement of the qualities I seek.
68. It is very remarkable that not a single Christian perished in the destruction of Jerusalem, though there were many there when Cestis Gallus invested the city; and, had he persevered in the siege, he would soon have rendered himself master of it; but, when he unexpectedly and unaccountably raised the siege, the Christians took that opportunity to escape.
69. Adam Clarke: It is very remarkable that not a single Christian perished in the destruction of Jerusalem, though there were many there when Cestis Gallus invaded the city; and, had he persevered in the siege, he would soon have rendered himself master of it; but, when he unexpectedly and unaccountably raised the siege, the Christians took that opportunity to escape.
70. I, who voted for the motion going to give power to the President of the United States to issue letters of marque and reprisal against that nation which persevered in its edicts after the other had withdrawn them, am not willing, on the passage of this bill, to say we, as by it you admit instead of continuing the exclusion against armed vessels, where, instead of a recession, injuries have rather been added.
71. He said he derived much satisfaction from this liberal conduct on the part of the British Government, because it manifested a confidence in the honor and firmness of our Government, which must be peculiarly gratifying to every American; but it rather increased than lessened the obligation to persevere in protecting our neutral rights against French aggressions, if they should be persevered in, contrary to his expectation.
72. He had no hesitation in saying he had uniformly been influenced by this motive alone, entirely disconnected with any stipulated obligation to Great Britain; and under this influence, alone, he would be found at all times as ready to resist the aggressions of France, as he had at any time been those of Great Britain, if they should, unfortunately, be persevered in; but, at the same time, he wished to take away every pretext for such perseverance, by persevering in a conduct of the strictest and most scrupulous impartiality toward all the belligerents.
73. He who flatters himself that this will be sufficient, shuts his eyes against official evidence to the contrary; as well in the above-recited letters, written with a perfect knowledge of the performance on our part, and the promise of a performance on the part of France on the first day of November, as in the letter of the French Minister in the United States on the 12th of December, in which we are told that the French restrictions on our commerce are not to cease, but only on the result of firm and energetic measures to be adopted and persevered in by the two Governments against the common enemy.
74. It might at least have been expected, that an enlightened nation, if less urged by moral obligations, or invited by friendly dispositions on the part of the United States, would have found, in its true interest alone, a sufficient motive to respect their rights and their tranquillity on the high seas; that an enlarged policy would have favored that free and general circulation of commerce in which the British nation is at all times interested, and which, in times of war, is the best alleviation of its calamities to herself, as well as to other belligerents; and, more especially, that the British Cabinet would not, for the sake of a precarious and surreptitious intercourse with hostile markets, have persevered in a course of measures which necessarily put at hazard the invaluable market of a great and growing country, disposed to cultivate the mutual advantages of an active commerce.
1. I hope that dear Anne perseveres through the birth and comes to love this.
2. I know that there is something special waiting for the one who perseveres to the end and doesn’t chicken out.
3. And the tale is that he perseveres in pilgrimage and in patience to this day, and visits his dear wife once a year.
4. Crawford's is no common attachment; he perseveres, with the hope of creating that regard which had not been created before.
5. Crawford’s is no common attachment; he perseveres, with the hope of creating that regard which had not been created before.
6. The Bible teaches that blessed is a man who perseveres under trial; for once he has been approved, he will receive the crown of life (James 1:12).
7. Blessed is the man who perseveres in temptation, for when he has been proved he will receive the crown of life that he promised to those who love Him.
8. This Hatfield-McCoy reasoning perseveres because we enjoy the liberation of a shared distain – we are free to fully hate the other since they threaten us and what we value.
9. And what shall we say of men? Is not honesty the best policy? The clever rogue makes a great start at first, but breaks down before he reaches the goal, and slinks away in dishonour; whereas the true runner perseveres to the end, and receives the prize.
10. And so with dialectic; when a person starts on the discovery of the absolute by the light of reason only, and without any assistance of sense, and perseveres until by pure intelligence he arrives at the perception of the absolute good, he at last finds himself at the end of the intellectual world, as in the case of sight at the end of the visible.
11. Notwithstanding the scrupulous justice, the protracted moderation, and the multiplied efforts, on the part of the United States, to substitute for the accumulating dangers to the peace of the two countries, all the mutual advantages of re-established friendship and confidence, we have seen that the British Cabinet perseveres, not only in withholding a remedy for other wrongs, so long and so loudly calling for it, but in the execution, brought home to the threshold of our territory, of measures which, under existing circumstances, have the character, as well as the effect, of war on our lawful commerce.

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