arduousness


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Synonyms for arduousness

extreme effortfulness

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paternalism; while the latter form of arduousness would artificially
The fact that top-department authors continue to publish in special issues of field journals (and that we see many publications in invited journals and nonjournals) suggests that the arduousness of the publication process is playing a role in deterring submissions.
Research on campaigns by teacher unionists and feminist organisations for the removal of state government statutory bars that prevented married women from teaching shed light on both the arduousness of the struggles and the importance of cooperative strategies among activist organisations in gaining change.
It is necessary to understand the arduousness of the standing doctrine in environmental litigation in order to appreciate why courts are ambiguous in conducting harm analysis under the test for preliminary injunctions.
Students: Decrease the volume of graduate form of education; transparent determination of the study arduousness according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS); Use of case studies and of the best practice; participation on projects; specialised stays; lectures delivered by external experts; study flexibility (free choice of subjects).
For pilgrims on the journey, the sheer arduousness and the meditation sessions were cathartic.
You might regard Tombaugh's story as a parable of the diligent clerk, the persevering drone, but there was an ardor in his arduousness.
Again, this jump from defender of principles of the established order to offender and social agitator is a proof of human beings' contradictions and ambiguities, as well as of the arduousness of linguistic codes.
But the arduousness of Beckett's quest finally earns Oser's respect.
The streams of inputs and outputs, and their material and energy balance, determine arduousness of the product to the environment.
Thus, reliance on technical rationality presumptuously denies the arduousness of teaching.
SR 139 (Silvas 348); and for the connection between the arduousness of labor and the allotment of food, see LR 19 (Silvas 212-15).
Or, maybe, while confessing, the son makes the connection between his mother's isolation with the arduousness of bearing the pain in solitude?
The idea that men from San Miguel were macho, in their sexual prowess, political militancy, and in the arduousness of their labor, was central to the barrio football icon they created.
They should also learn beforehand about the type of studies they will face, the arduousness of those studies and other often stressful factors during the four to five years it typically takes to obtain a Ph.