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Information was shared to help participants evaluate cyber threats and response measures, and discuss cyber resiliency and physical solutions, including advanced controls.
Chicago Christian showed the heart and resiliency of a champion in the third-place game and defeated Orion 9-0.
The story of Miami Beach’s embrace of resiliency is not something that’s lost on anyone here.
Decades of studies and statistical analysis of older developments, combined with new technology and materials, have given rise to a new generation of low-income housing with a focus on ecological sustainability and social and physical resiliency.
The children included both refugees and non-refugee natives, so that the resiliency of host communities also could be measured.
A prayer garden is under construction, and Michael Arad will soon begin work on the memorial that the Rev. Eric Manning, pastor of Emanuel AME, said will be a reminder of the resiliency of the oldest African Methodist Episcopal church in the South.
USA TODAY London's Borough Market reopens In a show of resiliency, London's Borough Market, closed since the terror attack that rocked the British capital, reopened to the public Wednesday.
It was also hit hard during the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, and those surviving that terrible natural disaster show the resiliency of the Indonesian people.
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