assiduity


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steady attention and effort, as to one's occupation

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great and constant diligence and attention

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In relation to eating habits, what is clearly understood is the assiduity of the action as well as its continuity and repetition.
Where the study is discussed, the researcher will aim at describing research questions and objectives which transformed the study's density and assiduity (Saunders et al.
I was very pleased with this appointment and looking forward to working with the dedicated team of Towers Rotana with an assiduity to provide the best, especially with the upcoming projects from the launching of the final phase of the refurbished apartments to the new pool lounge and much more," Nahas commented.
For instance, Nuclear Institute for Agriculture and Biology (NIAB), Faisalabad and Nuclear Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA), Peshawar are the upshots of their diligence and assiduity.
One thesis should be that any country with an ambassador with the skill and assiduity of a Richard Bernal, and the political, economic, informational and organizational resources can sway US foreign policy in a direction that is at least in the country's interests always with the conditionality that such direction is not inimical to the interests of the US at worse and propitious for its interest at best.
For Vincent, work became an obligation that was mainly related to assiduity and discipline.
She argues that this corporate mythology served capitalist needs "by promoting worker assiduity, loyalty, and deference.
The EG and CG were equivalent with regard to the schooling of the mothers and fathers, familial household income, gender, the number of siblings, the period of schooling, the period in the present school, and the assiduity in the school year, measured by the attendance at the end of the school year (Tables 1 and 2).
The Saudi monarch displayed his legendary "will-to-power," which he practiced with assiduity, aware that an alliance could not behave as if it were a mere collective security system.
The results indicated that increasing of communication skills of individual need to train, practice and assiduity.
One can only admire the care and assiduity accorded these relics of a once-flourishing musical culture, on occasion retrieved with the aid of infrared or computer imaging technology.
It will be kept green by the assiduity and interest he displayed on behalf of others.
Also, as in other longitudinal studies in clinical settings, different factors, such as assiduity of patients, parents or guardians, proper collection and storage of the samples, documentation of clinical and laboratory data throughout the follow-up impact data collection, and missing data compromise a robust support to our findings.
According to Gilbert White, vicar of Selborne in Hampshire, Samuel Hieronymus Grimm (1733-94) was a man of 'genius, assiduity and modest behaviour'.