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resilient

(of plant structures) springing back into position after being bent.
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100 Resilient Cities, an organization that helps capacitate cities around the world, explains how the connections of leadership, wellbeing, the economy, and our environment altogether drive our everyday lives to become resilient.
Priority areas for collaboration on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure were also identified.
Resilient Data said it intends to patent the proprietary stock trading algorithms securing the asset.
This series [is] an opportunity to present our case for why resilient building is a valuable and important practice," says Clark Pacific President Don Clark.
If we are not resilient as IT professionals and as organizations and prepared to take more risk, how will we survive this paradigm shift?
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.
Critique: The collaborative work of Hall Brill, Michael Kramer, Christopher Peck, and Jim Cummings, "The Resilient Investor: A Plan for Your Life, Not Just Your Money" is impressively well written, informed and informative.
CTO Bruce Schneier to keynote at GISEC as Resilient Systems expands into the region
Resilient Systems will also be attending GISEC, 26-28 April 2015, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
The commitment--officially made by AkzoNobel CEO Ton Buchner at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York--establishes a partnership with 100 Resilient Cities--pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Resilient people don't give in to anger or despair when faced with a setback; instead, they tap into a greater purpose to bounce back stronger than ever.
Global Banking News-February 19, 2014--Brazil's central bank says economy resilient