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quitter

One who gives up, especially before or without putting forth the maximum amount of effort possible. The sport is too hard for you, is it? Well, good riddance—we don't need a quitter like you on our team. I'm not a quitter—I'll keep fighting until there's not a breath left in my body!

quitter

n. someone who gives up easily. Don’t be a quitter. Get in there and finish the job.
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L'Iran a deja menace par le passe de sortir de ce traite apres la decision de Trump de quitter le traite sur le programme nucleaire iranien.
You don't have to be a quitter, nor do you have to remain on the couch, indecisive, unmanned, and useless.
Birmingham is in the middle of the range in the region, with figures of PS244 to PS428 per quitter.
Recent quitters, both with and without diabetes, gained more weight (3.6 kg) than long-term quitters (0.9 kg).
Quitter replaces Axel Zehren, who has taken a new position with Allianz Investment Management (AIM) at parent company Allianz SE in Munich.
In India smoking is still frowned upon socially and quitters find it hard to seek support especially from parents and family elders, which can sometimes result in quitters feeling isolated and depressed.
In his role, Quitter will assist the office's clients in their Private Banking, Wealth Planning, Trust, and Investment Management matters.
Commuters will be given practical advice and details of local smoking cessation services in Birmingham, and the quitter with the best reason to stub out their habit will receive a luxury spa break.
I feel sympathy for Keegan, who has been unfairly labelled a quitter. He was never a quitter as player and, although Keegan would probably change some of the things he has done as a manager, people should remember he got City and Newcastle back in the big time.
The 41-year old etoile, five months pregnant, made national headlines in March declaring that she "was not a quitter." She eventually succumbed to pressure, however, and, while negotiating her departure, managed to cancel all performances of the slated "Evening of Marie-Claude Pietragalla" gala that should have run from March 11-20.
STUART PEARCE insists his Manchester City boss Kevin Keegan is ``no quitter''and he expects him to lead the club into next season.
MANCHESTER CITY have offered Kevin Keegan a job for life after chairman John Wardle dismissed suggestions the Blues boss is a serial quitter.
The effect of age on unsuccessful quitting also goes in the same direction as on quitting: a more advanced age means a higher propensity to be an unsuccessful quitter. However this effect is not statistically significant in the higher age categories, and the caveat mentioned above about selection problems still applies.
In the Divine Comedy, Dante showed that he was no quitter. The poet slogged his way through hell and then purgatory before finally reaching paradise.
Et Battikh d'expliquer ensuite l'origine de cette bisbille en precisant que [beaucoup moins que] le probleme est que Maersk Tunisie est arrivee via la maison-mereMaersk, qui a annonce officiellement qu'elle veut quitter la Tunisie etqu'elle sera representeeen Tunisiepar Star Container [beaucoup plus grand que].