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The wheelchair was very heavy and resistant to pushing, so the task required a lot of strength and stamina, and these men generously acted in the spirit of community that Folklife is all about.
It is closely tied to his stamina which has been a hindrance in the past.
Kovach said Murphy pitched through the pain of a lower back injury she's been battling since last summer and was impressed with her stamina.
Like Reggae Sumfest, Rebel Salute's nightly 12-hour duration requires great stamina and with so many acts on the bill, several sets are cut too short.
Hicks also remarks on Djokovic’s improved stamina and Murray’s more muscular physique.
If the scientists are successful, small rations of the ketone cuisine could boost a soldier’s stamina, and maybe even keep him nourished for days at a time….
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STAMEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stamen for English Language Learners
botany : the part of a flower that produces pollen
STAMEN Defined for Kids
Definition of stamen for Students
: the part of a flower that produces pollen and is made up of an anther and a filament
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