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  • ’Eat it and tell me if it’s good,’ Milo persevered.
  • I’m going to persevere.
  • ’I’d give everything I own to Yossarian,’ Milo persevered gamely on Yossarian’s behalf.
  • Yes, I’m going to persevere.’
  • ’You can read, though, can’t you?’ the colonel persevered sarcastically.
  • And I’ll stay here and persevere.
  • If Orr could row to Sweden, then I can triumph over Colonel Cathcart and Colonel Korn, if only I persevere.
  • I’ll stay here and persevere, and we’ll meet again when the fighting stops.’
  • I’ll persevere.
  • …and there was no telling how far the unorganized insurrection of moaning might have gone if General Dreedle himself had not come forward to quell it, stepping out determinedly in the center of the platform directly in front of Major Danby, who, with his earnest, persevering head down, was still concentrating on his wrist watch and saying, ’…twenty-five seconds… twenty… fifteen…’ General Dreedle’s great, red domineering face was gnarled with perplexity and oaken with awesome resolution.

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  • We will persevere through these difficult times. Better days are ahead.
  • Despite an injured ankle, she persevered in overtime to help her team win.

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