drudgery


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physical exertion that is usually difficult and exhausting

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hard monotonous routine work

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FireFly Fluoride Foam Toothpaste is said to break new ground in the toothpaste category with a novel format that takes the drudgery and mess out of brushing.
New FireFly Fluoride Foam Toothpaste is said to help take the drudgery and mess out of brushing.
Whale Adventures with Nigel Marven (Five, Tuesday, 8pm) | Nigel Marven has none of the drudgery of a nine-to-five office job.
Sporting her signature colorful hair bow, she is ready to turn tooth brushing drudgery into fun say officials for the Buena Park, Calif.
It's a tale of domestic drudgery, softly told, with moments of familiar humour amid the mundane reflections on everyday coupling.
A FEISTY misfit convinces governors he is insane in order to escape the drudgery of work detail at a prison farm.
In Post Life Interview with Fyfe Dangerfield, singing praises of region's choirs, Marti Pellow on the stage and orchards restored to former beauty In Post Property The ultimate poolside pad, moving to Bridgnorth, buying a railway and a Staffordshire property with its own fitness studio I thought it might take at least half a day to convey the drudgery of the 9 to 5 treadmill but I pulled it off before the '' first coffee break Richard McComb - Page 33 The Birmingham Post can keep you up to date with its online daily news through an email alert, sent direct to your inbox every morning.
Today on the Remember When website we have a look back at the drudgery wash day once was, as this classic advertisement for Oxydol (who remembers that wash powder?
Downing a trophy is a rush, but getting it out can be major drudgery.
A high-quality exterior paint typically lasts two to three times as long as cheap paint, So over time, the cheap stuff costs you at least twice as much money--and clays of paint-scraping drudgery.
They will be long years, one hopes, of drudgery and no little despair, with peace of mind nowhere to be found.
I remember the drudgery - even misery - of trying to get out of the stadium at close to midnight," he bleats as he recalls Friday night games in Paris at the last World Cup.
FORTY or so years ago, I remember being impressed at predictions that in the 21st century, due mostly to scientific progress, the drudgery of working nine-to-five would be eliminated and that the "problem" would be how to make best use of our extra leisure time.
Although there were moments of drudgery (technical rehearsal), pain (a hellish stomach flu during dress rehearsal), and confusion (those Lloyd Webber harmonies), every time I stepped onstage for the initial coffin scene, I realized I had made it.
To rid us of the committee drudgery, the "can't do" attitude and three separate bodies pulling in three separate directions.