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A strong-willed woman who liked to get her own way, Sarah tried the Queen's
patience whenever she disagreed with her on political, court or church appointments.
Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough
Able to score quickly when required, he was also recognised for his
patience and strong defence.
According to the Databank and New Essential Guide to Characters, Palpatine possesses great
patience and his maneuverings are as a dejarik grandmaster moves pieces on a board.
After having his scoring restricted, Headley lost
patience and after scoring 11 was stumped, trying to hit Grimmett.
By 1573, the Timucua were in outright rebellion, testing the governor's
patience and forcing Spanish settlers to abandon farms and garrisons in more interior parts of Florida; the Spanish could not persuade the Timucua to keep from attacking them.
St. Johns River
He drank extremely heavily, favouring American Colt 45 malt liquor, and his antics during his drinking sessions caused many landlords to lose
patience with him.
In 1932 Beecham lost
patience and agreed with Sargent to set up a new orchestra from scratch.
patience was exhausted, and Riel's followers seized arms, took hostages, and cut the telegraph lines between Batoche and Battleford.
New Era Faculty Coordinator Douglas Lee thought the experience not only helped the children to learn
patience and cooperation, but also gave them a better understanding of how they should behave towards children like Ishaan who have problems in school.
Taare Zameen Par
Sir Charles Grey, an old Oxford friend who was serving as Calcutta's Chief Justice, spoke of Heber's cheerfulness, his lack of self-importance, his good humour,
patience and kindness.
The central action of Love's Last Shift is a celebration of the power of a good woman, Amanda, to reform a rakish husband, Loveless, by means of sweet
patience and a daring bed-trick.
The ensuing prickly negotiations became so protracted that James eventually lost
patience and dismissed Parliament on 31 December 1610.
James VI and I
The junior doctor and zoologist was Edward Wilson, who became close to Scott and provided the qualities of calmness,
patience and detachment that the captain reportedly lacked.
The Scouts' owners did not have the resources or the
patience to handle such massive losses, and decided to get out after only two years.
New Jersey Devils
This plan, which would have demanded considerable
patience on the part of the Northern public, was derided in newspapers as the Anaconda Plan, but eventually proved to be the successful outline used to prosecute the war.
George B. McClellan
This type of leg theory was aimed outside the line of leg stump; the object being to test the batsman's
patience and force a rash stroke.
This, if it had been continued, would have contributed considerably to the splendour of London; but the unlucky fragment is fated to stand as a foil to the vile and absurd edifice of brick pieced to it, which I have not
patience to describe.
Her Majesty's Theatre
Though the use of the analog stick was positively noted as helping to increase control over the onscreen craft, GamePro found that proper handling required large amounts of
patience and practice.
When the defendants returned to court on August 29, Landis listened with
patience to the defendants' final pleas.
Kenesaw Mountain Landis
When they approached the Blue Licks, a salt lick next to the Licking River, officers suspected a trap and convened a war council, but unruly troops lost
patience and crossed the river.
William Lloyd Garrison spoke at the meeting, warning the audience that the US abolition movement had been hampered by individuals advocating moderation and