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Resiliency

Speed with which new orders respond to a change in prices.

Resiliency

The ability of equipment to continue to function at the same level even after its components stop working. This can be an important concept for complex machinery.
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RESILIENCE CAPITAL PARTNERS Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Resilience seeks to invest in nicheoriented manufacturing, distribution, and business service companies located in the United States with sustainable market positions and a clear path to cash flow improvement.
Key partners in the Syria crisis response, including governments, UN agencies, international donors, NGOs, and the private sector, will discuss the proposed Resilience Agenda and consider its merits in forging a broad consensus and informing future directions of the response to the protracted crisis in Syria, now well into its fifth year.
Resilience, as defined by the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) is "the ability to reduce the magnitude and/or duration of disruptive events.
Recently, Genest (2012) studied the process of resilience, which she defined as complex and multidimensional, in order to develop a theoretical model of resilience in families grieving the loss of an adolescent who committed suicide.
Understanding the need for investment in resilience to maintain business continuity and competitiveness.
Tony Sfeir, member of the municipal council, has been appointed as Chief Resilience Officer (CRO) in recognition of his efforts in this area, and I am confident that this team that will be granted my support and that of the Municipal Council will serve as a link between all of us and the 100 RC and it will be up to the great responsibility entrusted to it and will succeed in elaborating an action plan that will be beneficial to our beloved city".
As a security concept resilience is rooted primarily in the latter idea.
But, beyond the pay and "adrenaline rush," there's a long-term drain on the individual's store of resilience, a weakening of supportive family and social networks, and even the potential to skew one toward a jaundiced view of humanity.
The 10-week psychoeducational program, provided at the Cleveland VAMC, is designed specifically for returning soldiers, to promote the use of resources and increase resilience, with an emphasis on understanding and normalizing stress responses, building on strengths, learning new cognitive skills, and improving family relationships, with some family member involvement and individual counseling.
Chapters take lessons from the emerging field of resilience research and apply adaptation techniques directly to common social, personal and political challenges.
IMPROVING DISASTER resilience is "imperative" for the United States, according to a recent report, and requires both federal and state actions.
Characteristics of resilience -- a trait that has been associated with optimal coping skills and helping prevent the development and promote recovery of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) -- include commitment, dynamism, patience, optimism, faith, altruism, and the ability to show humor when faced with adversity, Dr.