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  • 1 Tenacious D — Kyle Gass y Jack Black, integrantes de Tenacious D, realizando una presentación durante su gira mundial de 2006 2007. Datos generales …

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  • 2 Tenacious D — во время турне 2006 07 гг …

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  • 3 Tenacious — root word tenac from Greek meaning strong/determined:Ships and boats: *HMS Tenacious (R45), a Royal Navy destroyer. *RSS Tenacious (71), a Formidable class frigate of the Republic of Singapore Navy. *USNS Tenacious (T AGOS 17), a United States… …

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  • 4 Tenacious — Te*na cious, a. [L. tenax, acis, from tenere to hold. See {Tenable}, and cf. {Tenace}.] 1. Holding fast, or inclined to hold fast; inclined to retain what is in possession; as, men tenacious of their just rights. [1913 Webster] 2. Apt to retain;… …

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  • 5 tenacious — [tə nā′shəs] adj. [L tenax (gen. tenacis) < tenere, to hold: see TENANT] 1. holding firmly [a tenacious grip] 2. that retains well; retentive [a tenacious memory] 3. that holds together strongly; cohesive; tough [a tenacious wood] 4 …

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  • 7 tenacious — [adj1] strong, unyielding adamant, bound, clinging, coherent, cohesive, determined, dogged, fast, firm, forceful, inflexible, intransigent, iron, meaning business*, mulish, obdurate, obstinate, persevering, persistent, persisting, pertinacious,… …

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  • 8 tenacious — index chronic, cohesive (sticking), diligent, dogmatic, durable, indestructible, indivisible, indust …

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  • 9 tenacious — c.1600, from L. tenaci , from tenax holding fast (see TENACITY (Cf. tenacity)). Related: Tenaciously; tenaciousness …

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  • 10 tenacious — tough, stout, *strong, sturdy, stalwart Analogous words: dogged, pertinacious, *obstinate, stubborn: resolute, staunch, steadfast, true (see FAITHFUL): persevering, persisting (see PERSEVERE) …

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  • 11 tenacious — ► ADJECTIVE 1) holding firmly to something. 2) persisting in existence or in a course of action. DERIVATIVES tenaciously adverb tenacity noun. ORIGIN from Latin tenere to hold …

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  • 12 Tenacious D — Infobox musical artist Name = Tenacious D Img capt = Tenacious D performing during their 2006 ndash;2007 tour Img size = 250 Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Los Angeles, California, USA Genre = Hard rock Heavy metal Acoustic rock… …

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  • 14 tenacious — adjective Etymology: Latin tenac , tenax tending to hold fast, from tenēre to hold Date: 1607 1. a. not easily pulled apart ; cohesive < a tenacious metal > b. tending to adhere or cling especially to another substance < tenacious burs > …

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  • 15 tenacious — [[t]tɪne͟ɪʃəs[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED If you are tenacious, you are very determined and do not give up easily. She is very tenacious and will work hard and long to achieve objectives... He is regarded at the BBC as a tenacious and persistent… …

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  • 16 tenacious — te•na•cious [[t]təˈneɪ ʃəs[/t]] adj. 1) holding fast; characterized by keeping a firm hold (often fol. by of): a tenacious grip; tenacious of old habits[/ex] 2) highly retentive: a tenacious memory[/ex] 3) persistent or stubborn 4) adhesive or… …

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  • 17 Tenacious — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Le Tenacious est un grand voilier anglais du type trois mâts barque Tenacious D est un groupe de rock américain Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny est un… …

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  • 18 tenacious — tenaciously, adv. tenaciousness, n. /teuh nay sheuhs/, adj. 1. holding fast; characterized by keeping a firm hold (often fol. by of): a tenacious grip on my arm; tenacious of old habits. 2. highly retentive: a tenacious memory. 3. pertinacious,… …

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  • 19 tenacious — te|na|cious [tıˈneıʃəs] adj [Date: 1600 1700; : Latin; Origin: tenax, from tenere to hold ] 1.) determined to do something and unwilling to stop trying even when the situation becomes difficult ▪ a tenacious negotiator 2.) tenacious beliefs,… …

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  • 20 tenacious — te|na|cious [ tə neıʃəs ] adjective 1. ) a tenacious person is very determined and is not willing to stop when they are trying to achieve something 2. ) tenacious ideas, beliefs, or habits continue for a long time and are difficult to change ╾… …

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