In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(character/person) fuerte(character/person) con capacidad de recuperación
- With a stunning array of products, the exhibition gives us the feel of a resilient people and their culture.
- The belief that girls are more resilient to environmental factors than boys was thus not supported.
- A less resilient person would have succumbed to depression and retired from music and public life.
- They were resilient people of noble character who knew the line between right and wrong.
- Foxes are resilient creatures, and have the ability to increase their population when mortality increases.
- Dog sled and snowshoe races were also held when the Arctic winter night drew to an end, enhancing the endurance of a resilient people.
- People are very resilient and want to carry on their lives just as they did before.
- He remains a charming, impeccably polite, good-natured and amazingly resilient man.
- Happily, children are resilient and this sort of familial chaos will have no effect on them.
- They were resilient people with strong faith and a firm belief in providence.
- He is a resilient character, but it is an experience which tested his resolve.
- When trying events do arise, slow down and ask yourself how a resilient person would respond.
- I am a strong and resilient person and the fact that I can easily adapt to any situation made me a survivor.
- Children can be remarkably adaptable and are more resilient to trauma than older generations.
- They are a hardy and resilient species, a fact evident from their continued existence into the 21st century.
- I am a much more confident and resilient person than I was three years ago.
- This foundation in turn leads to children developing into resourceful and resilient teenagers and adults.
- Africa is a wonderful, diverse continent with an extraordinary, energetic and resilient people.
- Laboratory experiments show the molecule also has an effect on human cells, making them much more resilient to radiation.
- True, children are resilient but going through that kind of ordeal is bound to leave some scars.
- Support surfaces that are made from resilient foam exhibit this type of elastic response.
- Buffalo horns are also more flexible and resilient than cattle horns and provide thicker strips.
- Soil elastic modulus or resilient modulus can be measured in laboratory using dynamic triaxial tests or resonant column test.
- Three values of resilient modulus can be extracted from the permanent strain testing.
- After a bit the dough gets more resilient and when poked with a finger, springs back at you.
- One of the useful touches found on both models is a resilient recoil pad that carries a polymer insert in the heel.
- Because of the high protein content of bone, it is flexible and resilient as well as hard.
- Foam is resilient, keeps its shape and comes in a range of densities.
- US researchers are investigating whether a flexible, resilient gel has the potential to be used as artificial cartilage to repair ailing joints.
- Just a small portion of this resilient rubber gray matter is all one needs to erase away the problems.
- Air can pass through the foam easily, resulting in a soft, resilient, flexible material.
- Something like jam doughnuts, they have a tough envelope of cartilage containing a resilient, jelly like substance.
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