- This requires an open mind, trust, imagination, a rejection of complacency, moral strength and firmness to resist anything that could imperil freedom and individual rights.
- Furthermore, it is concluded that Chlordecone is resistant to aerobic degradation, although some anaerobic biodegradation does occur and that Chlordecone is very persistent in the environment.
- Furthermore, it is concluded that chlordecone is resistant to aerobic degradation, although some anaerobic biodegradation does occur and that chlordecone is very persistent in the environment.
- This can be explained by differences in their Henry's law constant and air/water partition coefficient that leads to enhanced affinity for particles, greater resistance to degradation and reduced volatility of beta-HCH.
- These Regulations have provided the basis for the formulation of specific standards for the design and construction of housing, the quality-control of building materials, the design of concrete work, and the stability of embankments, as well as technical standards for earthquake and wind resistance.
- However, it is very natural that the great Iranian people, with their trust in God, with determination and steadfastness and with the support of their friends, will resist the bullying and have defended and will continue to defend their rights.
- That is why the prospect of rising German labor costs,after a decade of stasis, is actually one of the few positiveeconomic developments on the European scene – hardly something thatthe ECB should resist.
- Mr. Tadmoury (Lebanon): Lebanon is particularly proud to participate in this historically significant Summit, especially after the recent liberation of its southern part, thanks to the steadfastness and the resistance of the Lebanese people and to the support of the international community.
act of using force to oppose something or somebody
دوام ، مُثابرة ، استمرار ، بقاء ، تماسُك ، تمالُك ، استقرار ، ثُبُوت ، تحقّق ، ثواء ، إقامة ، رُسُوخ