For the most part, Kearns said, Australian banks had weathered the crisis.
Everything about him is weathered, tanned and worn, but livened with an air of independence.
Crystalline and metamorphic rocks are almost impermeable except where fractured or weathered.
The weathered stone, the weathered people—even the language was weathered.
Looking towards indyref2, which now seems inevitable, Sturgeon has weathered the storm and come out stronger.
Wurster says that within the tech industry itself, companies that mastered the subscription model weathered the recession.
And yet, he's weathered nearly five decades in politics and even ran a successful race for the presidency of the United States.
Armitage’s words, timeless and beautifully chiselled though they be, are already being weathered and overgrown by lichen and moss.
While the pandemic has hollowed out parts of Dublin city centre, this northside area has valiantly weathered these truly bizarre times.
Eight years later, Barack Obama weathered the storm surrounding his former pastor Jeremiah Wright, a row that could easily have scuppered him.
Derrick Rose, at a weathered twenty-seven years old, is joining the New York Knicks, after numerous knee injuries have diminished his once stellar abilities.
But unlike in the United States, where the jobless rate has soared, workers in Japan have weathered the pandemic with striking success, staying employed in large numbers.
I think that has weathered better than some of The Mechanicals’ scenes, actually, which are more reliant on puns and wordplay and references that were contemporary at the time."
On Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the bank would maintain those levels until it was "confident that the economy has weathered recent events and is on track".
A classic underdog tale, only with players that we already recognize and care for, who are now picking themselves up by their weathered bootstraps and carrying on, humbled and wizened and buoyed by gratitude.
Facing a confident Saints side that weathered 26 shots in beating City 1-0 in July, Sterling's controlled right-footed opener forced the hosts to ask the questions - and a defence led by £65m signing Ruben Dias effectively endured Saints' relentless press.
Lacking the pizzazz of glitzy malls or high-street retail, shopping centers have weathered the downturn more robustly and have rebounded more quickly, according to experts and recent financial data released by large public landlords of these types of properties.
Join Felicity Hannah to discover how Graeme’s predictions for 2020 have weathered and discuss with three listeners what their hopes and aspirations are for the next 20 years, what have been their successes and failures from the last 20, and what lessons can be learnt.
The board of Future, which in November struck a £594m deal to buy the comparison site GoCompare, weathered the shareholder revolt at its annual general meeting on Wednesday after a number of influential advisory services recommended investors voted to reject the new scheme.
Revenue for Hot Diggity's three locations sank between 2019 to 2020 — Portland had the most drastic decline, falling from $2.1 million to $986,000, according to documents verified by Insider — but Nelson said the company weathered the storm and is already seeing an increase in bookings.
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