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The Insurance Times (1899)
Dogged perseverance is an Irish characteristic, and the National of Ireland may have grit enough to pull out premiums where others have failed. Luck to its projects ! The Times extends its regards to the members of the National Board of ...
Common Sense (1904)
by William Neill Slocum
Dogged perseverance is an absolute necessity. Energy, application and observation are all important. One finds, as "Father Time" marches on slowly.but surely, that experience is a sure teacher; and, if we only learn our lessons well and profit ...
Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History [3 volumes] (2013)
An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History by Xiaojian Zhao, Edward J.W. Park Ph.D.
The same dogged perseverance that Sylvanus showed as a soldier served him well as a civilian. Connecting with a Reverend Speer that was almost certainly William Speer, a former missionary to China then living in New York, Sylvanus ...
3d Ed. of the Merriam Series. The Largest Abridgment of Webster's New International Dictionary of the English Language; 1700 Illustrations
Dogged adds the implication of downright and tenacious, sometimes sullen, persistence; as, dogged perseverance. Stubborn usually implies a certain (often native) fixedness or doggedness of character; stubborn resistance, as oak.
Boyle, however, possessed the advantage of being always on the spot, and of dogged perseverance in the one aim of acquiring wealth and power. Before the purchase could be completed Raleigh was attainted of high treason, but in 1604 ...
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