She testified that her father lost his job and her nieces were thrown out of their school when she persisted with her complaint.
But Woods persisted, flooding the Parneviks with calls, and she relented.
Foreign Affairs writes, “This book will help readers begin to grasp the horror of an evil that persisted into living memory.”
Along the ride the immense feeling of experiencing a “miracle” persisted—taking hold long before heartburn took over.
I coughed and said 10 years of tests proved otherwise, but she persisted.
"I like her better than I like your description of her," Isabel persisted in saying.
"Not at all," persisted he, accepting as conversation what she meant as a stab.
"I can't wait for God, I want you now," persisted the other.
But, to my mortification and surprise, you persisted, and still persist.
This attitude seems to have persisted with relatively little change for about a century.