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Related to arduously: pursuing, perpetually
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This is exactly what has been done by many great scholars of arts, literature and science, who have arduously and painstakingly made a lot of efforts, and excelled in all sorts of intellectual production, and mobilised their best thought and risked their valuable health to the entertainment and progress of mankind.
Meanwhile the girls are off arduously re-applying lip gloss, topping up their fake tans and devouring more and more hairspray, hoping to be the chosen girl next time.
KARACHI -- Test opener Khurram Manzoor has said that he was working arduously to prepare for the Test series against Sri Lanka.
Van Dalsen said that the company's investment plans include some 30 mln euros in technology and network upgrades over the next three years, while 5 mln of that will be used for the new 4G platform alone, that needs to be tested arduously before being released.
Any consideration of the film deserves the same level of carelessness: no artful shaping of the review, no arduously composed lede and capper.
I cannot imagine there is an alternative proposal that is better than what we worked out arduously and consensually.
A four year old child was arduously dragging a heavy carton and placed it on the road in front of our car.
Vito Acconci, by contrast, arduously forgoes tools and uses his legs to kick sand out of an ever-deepening hole in Digging Piece, 1970.
24 front-page story, "Path to deferral: A new federal program offers young illegal immigrant a choice," offered a brief, yet powerful glimpse into the arduously shadowed lives that many of our immigrant neighbors lead.
Detectives from CDI along with investigators and the prosecutors from the District Attorney's office worked arduously to bring these suspects to justice," said California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones.
Early in 2013, we expect a full reform of the tax code to be undertaken, and IFA will be working arduously to streamline and simplify the tax code for our industry.
Safadi reportedly told visitors that the Prime Minister and his ministry are working arduously to find a quick solution to the vital project of development.
THE NEW CLIMATE CHANGE agreement arduously reached in December at the 17th Conference of the Parties (COP-17) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was widely hailed as a "historic breakthrough.
Arvo Part inspires an arduously steamy pas de deux, and Stravinsky robustly accelerates the pace.
In a manner reminiscent of chair caning or basket weaving, Carl arduously plaits metal slats from these window treatments into elegant biomorphic shapes.