For years we've given affirmative action to affluent white students in the area of resiliency.
Odd as this may sound, it all attests to the resiliency of virtual private servers rather than underscore any fundamental flaws.
And individual firms, he added, have shown great resiliency following previous disasters.
The crisis highlights the team of operators and the resiliency of the machines themselves.
According to researchers who have studied the pattern, its resiliency can be traced to several structural factors.
People have a resiliency when it comes to family and religion.
Such resiliency in internal timing is not seen in more complex single-celled organisms, nor in mammalian nerve cells.
The problem, according to the patent, is that ordinary clay mixtures do not drain well and lose resiliency.
What the article misses is the reason behind the relative resiliency.
The global economy was being run at full throttle, without due attention to resiliency and vulnerability to shocks.
Word Origin and History for resiliency
1660s, "tendency to rebound;" see resilience + -cy. Meaning "power of recovery" is from 1857.
1620s, "act of rebounding," from Latin resiliens, present participle of resilire "to rebound, recoil," from re- "back" (see re-) + salire "to jump, leap" (see salient (adj.)). Cf. result (v.). Meaning "elasticity" is from 1824.