Definitions

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  • n. Something that persists
  • n. Any organism that survives a period of extreme conditions (such as winter)

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Examples

  • Persévérer malgré les difficultés ; persister ; She hung in there despite pressure to resign.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • And if they will still persevere; if that strange persister against an antipathy so strongly avowed, will still persist; say, What can I do? —

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Byet the feeling persister, despite Spock's efforts to break all ties to the admiral.

    Recovery

  • -- There came into my mind a passage here at the beginning, apropos of what we were saying: "_Il faut souvent un vrai courage pour persister dans une opinion juste en depit de ses defenseurs_."

    Born in Exile

  • And if they will still persevere; if that strange persister against an antipathy so strongly avowed, will still persist; say, What can I do?

    Clarissa Harlowe; or the history of a young lady — Volume 2

  • * Implementation of abstract integration services and abstract persister based on JPA technology * Maven plugins for code generation of integration layer from xml description of component business model: generate persistent class, access services, queries, constraints, JPA annotation, lucene indexation of business model

    general@incubator.apache.org Archives

  • I had some problems with the constructor of the page persister but it finally compiled.

    ASP.NET Forums

  • PageStatePersister property and return an instance of our persister class,

    ASP.NET Community Spotlight

  • Xing's student, Yan Fu, currently a second year graduate student in the interdisciplinary program of genetics, bioinformatics, and computational biology at Virginia Tech; and another student, Meng Zhu of the School of Computing at Clemson University, created a computer simulation to compare different strategies of periodic antibiotics cued to protein fluctuations in persister cells.

    VT Campus News

  • One strategy bacterial colonies use to survive antibiotics is to create a few persister cells.

    VT Campus News

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