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From 7am until sundown each day Remy toils under the dark canopies of the cocoa trees, arduously collecting pods for his uncle on the two-hectare plantation.
Leslie raised up her arms like a bird arduously preparing for flight then folded them tightly around her body.
FInstead of arduously keying in details of the great time you are having on your Costa Blanca holiday the words will appear, plucked from your brain as you think them, and displayed for the world to see.
Zolotkov said the vessel might be used to collect spent fuel from Russia's arduously delayed and controversial first floating nuclear power plant, which Russia's nuclear utility plans to tow to the far eastern Kamchatka region by 2019.
Lizzie's fat body is not respected in 'Your Biggest Fan," while an arduously maintained thin body will not satisfy Lizzie's husband's imagination in "Shell Do Anything.
I had the opportunity a few days earlier, on July 21, for the political leaders to approve during their meeting with the president our plans, which we arduously prepared," Pamboridis said.
The Kuwaiti divers have been working arduously for years to clean up waste littering the marine environment.
Most arduously, Cristian Gamboa has been drafted into Costa Rica's squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Jamaica, while Stephane Sessegnon will be involved in Benin's African Cup of Nations qualification doubleheader versus South Sudan.
Most arduously, Cristian Gamboa has been drafted into Costa Rica's squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Jamaica while Stephane Sessegnon will be involved in Benin's African Cup of Nations qualification double-header versus South Sudan.
The committee worked arduously using the USHA website and archives of the New York Times and other state and local New York publications to retrieve information about players and venues.
The decision taken by Muslim rebels in Philippines, operating under the banner of Moro Islamic Liberation Front (Milf), to hand over their weapons as part of an arduously negotiated peace deal, must be seen as an important and significant step towards the conclusion of hostilities.
Like many people who struggle with similar fears, she felt that her mind and body betrayed her every time she took the stage to perform her piano pieces, no matter how arduously she practiced.
The lyrical, metaphorical, and self-referred personal mythologies now found in the artworks of Elmer Borlongan, Benjie Torado Cabrera, Renato Habulan, Pablo Baens Santos, and Jose Pinggot Zulueta, artists who have arduously depicted social consciousness in their art works in the past, represented another group.
A 36-year-old Emirati, whose weight has uncontrollably ballooned to 270 kg since 2007, is arduously battling a rare brain disease, which remained undiagnosed for four years as no imaging machine in the world could accommodate a man of his size.
The two motor clubs worked arduously to ensure that among the tight time schedule for the day, a two-minute silence was observed at 11am.