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  • v. Common misspelling of persevere.


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  • To sum, we will dive in, make our mistakes, hopefully learn from them, and perservere.

    maintaining 2 households

  • You're both troupers, both of you, and all of you who perservere.

    Through a Petrie Dish, Darkly

  • I have used it back in my classroom, with mixed success but will perservere as I feel this is a valuable reflective and learning tool.

    Uses of Back-channeling

  • I am impressed with his journaling habits he would definitely be a blogger today, his self-reflection, his humor, his groundedness, his willingness to serve his country, his abilty to perservere when the deck was stacked against him, his love for his wife Abigail and his family, and on and on.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • You have two of the most successful business/creative people in the world naysaying you, and yet you perservere.

    What You Can Learn from Woody, Boo, and Mr. Incredible | Motivational Humor from the Motivational Smart Ass!

  • Now after over 30 years working in the field, I still marvel at the tremendous gifts persons with disabilities have and how they teach us to perservere when things are not easy.

    Enough Said

  • It would be nice if the social norm were much more encouraging of breastfeeding, so that more women would perservere

    No Shame | Her Bad Mother

  • Clearly you must perservere past all the accolades that make her appear OK - great acting, vegetarian, stylish etc etc etc.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Stories teach us how to win through, how to perservere, how to live.

    Tweets for Today

  • Those that believe that "god controls" then, are asking the one under the duress of suffering to "bear up" and to perservere, even though life and liberty are at "stake".

    Preach Your Doubts


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