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durability

duh ruh bi li tee

  • n  permanence by virtue of the power to resist stress or force
    they advertised the durability of their products

  • The early car's lead-acid bats, and even the later nickel-metal hydride batteries, couldn't supply the range or durability required by the mass market.
  • Last week, after a brief eclipse, flinty-eyed Molotov, 66, moving into a key government job, gave renewed proof of his extraordinary durability in politics at its most hazardous.
  • Last year's megahit Hitch, in which loveand Smithconquered all, even the critics, proved his durability.
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  • Brian Cashman in New York Times
    We felt it was in everyone's best interest - for the team and the player - to send Alex to Dr. Philippon, who is regarded as the leading expert in his field,General Manager Brian Cashman said in a statement. "Alex has proven his durability...
  • Scott Boras in SI.com
    In the marketplace there have been three-year deals given for guys that have had substantial injury histories,Boras said. "Last year, we got a five-(year) deal for Kevin Millwood. Zito has pristine durability. He's never missed a start. So...
  • Jerry Jones in ESPN
    That experience is invaluable for a young offensive lineman,Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said in a statement. "It also speaks to his durability and versatility -- having started at both tackle positions. The process of...

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