endurance

[n] - the power to withstand hardship or stress
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Endurance

Ability of a muscle to produce force continually over a period of time.
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Endurance

Alternate term for Fatigue Limit. Endurance.
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Endurance

The maximum time which an aeroplane can continue to fly without refuelling. The speed for maximum endurance is normally about 20 per cent above the stalling speed, changing as the stalling speed varies with the constant diminution in weight caused by the burning of fuel.
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Endurance

Ability of a muscle to produce force continually over a period of time.
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Endurance

En·dur'ance noun [ Confer Old French endurance . See Endure .] 1. A state or quality of lasting or duration; lastingness; continuance. « Slurring with an evasive answer the question concerning the endurance of his own possession.» Sir W. Scott. 2.
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endurance

noun the power to withstand hardship or stress; `the marathon tests a runner`s endurance`
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endurance

(en-doo´rens) the ability to sustain an activity over a period of time. endurance exercise any exercise that involves the use of several large groups of muscles and is thus dependent on the delivery of oxygen to the muscles by the cardiovascular system; used in both physical fitn...
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Endurance

• (n.) A state or quality of lasting or duration; lastingness; continuance. • (n.) The act of bearing or suffering; a continuing under pain or distress without resistance, or without being overcome; sufferance; patience.
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Endurance

(from the article `Shackleton, Sir Ernest Henry`) ...Expedition (1914–16) left England under Shackleton`s leadership. He planned to cross Antarctica from a base on the Weddell Sea to McMurdo Sound, ... ...Wilhelm Filchner to test the thought that a channel might exist connecting the Ross and Weddell seas, a trans-Antarctic expediti...
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Endurance

[aircraft] In aviation, endurance is the maximum length of time that an aircraft can spend in cruising flight. Endurance is different from range, which is a measure of distance flown. For example, a typical sailplane exhibits high endurance characteristics but poor range characteristics. where W stands for fuel weight, F for fuel flow, and
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Endurance

[disambiguation] Endurance (or stamina) is the act of sustaining prolonged stressful effort. Endurance may also refer to one of the following: ...
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Endurance

[TV series] Endurance is an American reality television children`s program, currently shown on the Discovery Kids cable network in the United States and also on networks in other countries. The show`s format is somewhat similar to the CBS television series Survivor, though with a teenaged cast (however, there are more elements of the U.S. v
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Endurance

HMS Endurance (formerly the Anita Dan) is a British ice patrol ship of 3600 tons displacement. She was withdrawn from the South Atlantic in the 1980s, and this gave Argentina the impression that Britain was no longer prepared to protect her interests there, and thus led to the Falkland's War. HMS Endurance was launched in May 1956, and was armed wi
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Endurance

[1912 ship] The Endurance was the three-masted barquentine in which Sir Ernest Shackleton sailed for the Antarctic on the 1914 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. She was launched in 1912 from Sandefjord in Norway and was crushed by ice, causing her to sink, three years later in the Weddell Sea off Antarctica. == Design and construction ==
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Endurance

Endurance (also called Sufferance, Stamina, Resilience, or Durability) is the ability for a human or animal to exert itself and remain active for a long period of time, as well as its ability to resist, withstand, recover from, and have immunity to trauma, wounds, or fatigue. In humans, it is usually used in aerobic or anaerobic exercise. The defi
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Endurance

[crater] Endurance is an impact crater on Mars that was visited by the Opportunity rover from May until December 2004. Mission scientists named the crater after the ship Endurance that sailed to the Antarctic in an exploration voyage organized by Ernest Shackleton. The rover entered the crater interior on its 134th mission sol (June 15), an
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endurance

  1. the power to withstand hardship or stress
  2. a state of surviving; remaining alive

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endurance

the ability to withstand the action of ageing factors. The endurance may be characterized by the results of accelerated ageing tests
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Endurance

Your ability to run for long periods of time
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Endurance

[film] Endurance is a docudrama about the famous distance runner Haile Gebrselassie with Gebrselassie playing the role of himself. It was written and directed by Leslie Woodhead and Bud Greenspan, and produced and released by The Walt Disney Company. The movie features Gebrselassie`s upbringing in Ethiopia and his subsequent triumph in the
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ENDURANCE

For other uses, see Endurance (disambiguation). The Environmentally Non-Disturbing Under-ice Robotic Antarctic Explorer, (ENDURANCE) is a submersible autonomous underwater vehicle designed to map in three dimensions the geochemistry and biology of underwater terrains in Antarctica. The ENDURANCE craft is actually the same as the DEPTHX vehicle, bu
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Endurance

Ability of a muscle to produce force continually over a period of time.
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Endurance

Ability of a muscle to produce force continually over a period of time.
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