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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EG and CG Comparison: Number of Siblings, Period of Schooling, Period in the Present School, and Assiduity in the School Year Period of Period in the Assiduity Siblings schooling in present school in school M (SD) months M (SD) in months M (SD) year (%) CG 1,3 (1,2) 52,9 (16,9) 23 (15,7) 96,3 (3,1) EG 1,1 (1,1) 44,5 (16,1) 20,2 (16) 95,9 (2,9) F 0,564 3,277 0,391 0,333 p 0,456 0,077 0,535 0,566 Note: CG = Control group.
According to Gilbert White, vicar of Selborne in Hampshire, Samuel Hieronymus Grimm (1733-94) was a man of 'genius, assiduity and modest behaviour'.
His studio is a vast, sunlit loft where, wearing magnifying loops for detailing, he works with metronomic assiduity to a soundtrack that ranges from poets reciting to the complete operas of Verdi.
Compliance was evaluated by monitoring pill containers and assiduity of monthly renewals, and 3 categories were used: medication taken >90%, 50% to 89% or less than 50% of the time.
The obvious method of preventing these losses, of preserving to every man the reputation he has merited by long assiduity, is to unite these scattered pieces into volumes, that those, which are too small to preserve themselves, may be secured by their combination with others; to consolidate these atoms of learning into systems, to collect these disunited rays, that their light and their fire may become perceptible.
Highlighting these research design elements is not meant to diminish the effect of the study's limitations, but instead represents my assiduity to approach this often very sensitive topic with awareness, responsibility, and exactitude.
In the local press each successive lease-holder "begged the indulgence of his friends and the public", and promised "excellent wines and liquors and unremitting assiduity and attention".
Judge Durham Hall jailed Awobona for a total of 16 months but added: "The Home Office I am sure, if they are doing their duty which I know they do with great assiduity, will be looking at your status.
None clung to the myth of Sri Lanka not being a country for Tamils with greater assiduity than Vellupillai Pirapaharan.
His horizons widened, he attacked his studies with new energies; a cousin recalled his unexpected industry and assiduity at school.
Owen noted Bayfield's interest in and talent for such work and lauded his "zeal and assiduity in the discharge of his duties" to his superiors.
It reaffirmed assiduity in taking all action necessary to support the families of the deceased citizens and minimise damage to all concerned.
While accuracy is paramount in quality reporting, the assiduity of surveillance may have the perverse effect of increasing PSI rates.
He is a punctilious employee of an Austrian insurance firm, reporting to work in crisply pressed shirts (which he irons himself), V-neck sweaters, and ties; his assiduity earns him a promotion.