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resilient

(of plant structures) springing back into position after being bent.
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These neighborhoods are the historic, civic, and economic heart of our city, which is why comprehensive resiliency investments here are so critical.
Army Ready and Resilient campaign, resiliency is defined as "The mental, physical, emotional, and behavioral ability to face and cope with adversity, adapt to change, recover, learn and grow from setbacks.
Effective resiliency planning comes from understanding situational and mission needs before a disastrous event occurs.
As we expand globally, this partnership with IBM allows us to provide a consistent, reliable customer service while having in place a proven cloud resiliency plan that ensures us that no matter the issue, our real-time service capabilities will not be impacted.
The Notice of Funding Availability for Resiliency Projects in Response to Hurricane Sandy is available here.
Molly Siebert, Director, Al Siebert Resiliency Center, states, “This is our first international conference and it will honor my late husband's life's work as well as the - work of our international team.
DHS's efforts to incorporate resiliency into the programs it uses to work with asset owners and operators is evolving but program management could be strengthened.
The conference provided a framework for viewing recovery from research in the field of resiliency developed over the past 20 years.
Because an understanding of resiliency requires considering children within the context of families, the topic of family resiliency has gained increased attention in recent years.
The concept of resiliency-based practice is an important idea in social work, but the practical uses and applications of resiliency are often unclear.
Resiliency is probably something you've acknowledged as a virtue, without actually studying it.
1) Hence, resiliency makes the consequences of an extreme event less severe from the outset and reduces the time required to get back to normalcy,