On the contrary, when he died in prison 21 years later, he was paid honors for his courage, tenacity, and pride.
Leadership skills, experience wisdom, courage, tenacity…You gotta have hope, you gotta have vision.
Later Obama called with congratulations and put out a statement lauding her “tenacity, strength, and fighting spirit.”
What is so striking about the behavior of the Salahis is not the vulgarity of it all, it is the tenacity of that vulgarity.
Part of this tenacity, says McDaniel, seems born of his own struggle.
This incident gives a just idea of the tenacity with which the English hold to what their fathers did before them.
Some of us may regret that their tenacity so far outstrips their idealism.
He did it, and hugged Dan round the neck with the tenacity of a shipwrecked mariner clinging to his last plank.
It was not strength so much as boldness and tenacity that conquered here.
As already said he hit the mark fairly, and clung to Moses with a tenacity that was born of mingled love and desperation.