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resilient

(of plant structures) springing back into position after being bent.
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The audience learnt how long and how resiliently Mr.
I thought we defended really resiliently at times and showed a lot of resolve because we seemed to put ourselves under pressure with penalties and had to defend our goal line.
Pakistan's textile sector resiliently moved forward during 2015 despite challenges of power shortage and intense competition abroad as well as in the domestic market of yarn and fabrics.
Responding resiliently to the gigantic crises of the past including conventional/ sub-conventional threats and natural calamities, today's Pakistan is much stronger to meet all challenges.
AgilData is fundamentally based on a distributed commit log and works on a cluster of commodity servers, resiliently scaling horizontally while performing schema updates in real-time for On Demand feature adaptation.
Resiliently, Abdullah said they are so happy for the safe return of the first batch of the UAE heroes who were fighting in Yemen.
Sale were defending resiliently when the Dragons were consistently threatening another try but being held up, before Screech eventually went over to secure the final points of the game.
Shrewsbury continued to defend resiliently in the second half and, after Knight-Percival broke the deadlock, they had to ride their luck when a thunderous drive from Anthony Wordsworth came back off the woodwork.
It is a 43,724 square-foot hosting facility supporting 3mw of electrical load and is resiliently powered by two independent utility feeds.
Despite the recent rise of the dollar, the market has also remained resiliently active, with both major domestic and international brands continue to show an encouraging interest in seeking spaces in New York City.
I resiliently accepted her fate and God's decision.
In fact, I have watched librarians resiliently adapt to countless waves of technology in my 30-some years in the information industry.