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resilient

ri zil yuhnt

  • s  recovering readily from adversity, depression, or the like
  • s  elastic; rebounds readily
    as resilient as seasoned hickory

  • Like the long-lasting tire rubber that comes out of his country, President William Vacanarat Shadrach Tubman of Liberia, 72, has proved to be mighty resilient.
  • Traditionally, the credit-card industry is resilient during economic downturns because of its pricing flexibility.
  • The secret of Catch-A-Bubble is a chemical that toughens when it comes in contact with air, producing sturdier, more resilient bubbles that can be touched, handled, tossed and even .
News & Articles

  • Retail sales jump 0.6 percent in May on autos
    Gain shows consumers remain resilient despite higher taxes and could drive faster growth later this year
    June 13, 2013 - CBS News
  • Bank of England's Tucker defends tougher bank rules
    HELSINKI (Reuters) - A Bank of England policymaker defended new rules to make banks more resilient to financial crises, saying on Thursday they would help shore up economic growth although restoring confidence ...
    June 13, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Finance
  • Arsenal Transfer News: Will Aaron Ramsey See the Field Next Season?
    Aaron Ramsey  is resilient—there is no doubt about that. Despite a horrific leg break and several loan spells, the midfielder has made over 100 appearances for  Arsenal  in his young career. But without a defined role and with the imminent acquisition of more midfield talent this summer, Ramsey could have a torrid time finding the pitch next season. Limited opportunities and poor form led to ...
    June 13, 2013 - Bleacher Report

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