stickability

stickability

(ˌstɪkəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the ability to stick to something or to persevere
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I think our stickability was an issue the last day and we held onto a lot more ball up front today and we got an awful lot more shots, which is something that is crucial and we had been working hard on and it was great to see it improve today.
But the shared factors that we are celebrating in the businesses we honour tonight are the drive and commitment, ingenuity and sheer stickability through good times and bad.
For a Warwickshire side with four innings defeats in six games this season, such stickability was priceless - though Lancashire's bowlers, led by a big shift from James Anderson, kept their opponents under pressure all day.
You'll need stickability, flexibility, patience and empathy.
Both pelican-style shots showed a lack of faith in Graham Onions' stickability but at least last time he waited to reach 50 before trying to launch Liam Plunkett into another postcode.
And for a while it looked like Saints' stickability was going to be rewarded.
But when it comes to "making nice things for no good reason bar the niceness of making SOMETHING" (for want of a neater expression - suggestions always welcome) I have as much stickability as a tumbleweed during a twister.
You will reap the rewards when you have the courage and stickability to see your vision through.
Wales kept themselves in the title hunt by edging a penalty-fest at Murrayfield - rival goal-kickers Leigh Halfpenny and Greig Laidlaw had a world Test record 18 shots at goal between them - and that stickability away from home this season has served them well.
One wonders whether Ian Smith's squad-building approach of starting in the tight five and building backwards wasn't the secret behind Moseley's stickability.
2 Run of draws is no reason to doubt Toffees' stickability David Moyes has been frustrated with Everton's failure to turn more of their draws into wins but all is not lost for his side in the race for a top-four berth.