indefatigably


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with indefatigable energy

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A real advocate for women's autonomy would fight indefatigably for affordable health care and abortion access.
Al-Harbi said that the Kingdom's Border Guards will work indefatigably to prevent smugglers from introducing drugs into the country and protect the Kingdom's youth.
She exploded into print, writing indefatigably from a well of knowledge deepened by personal experience, befriending all of her subjects and colleagues.
Madness meanwhile delivered what you would expect from a Madness show - an indefatigably consistent set of songs to liven the soul, gladden the heart and leave you with a smile writ large on your face.
Their debut album for Virgin-EMI, currently being recorded with Owen Morris, the Welsh producer responsible for helming Definitely Maybe and What's The Story Morning Glory, might well rival their forebears for the spate of headlines it could potentially produce, The Merthyr firebrands will be hoping for a career as illustrious and influential as the headliners - who delivered what you would expect from a Madness show - an indefatigably consistent set of songs to liven the soul, gladden the heart and leave you with a smile writ large on your face.
has successfully and indefatigably adapted to its civic identity the same way New Orleans adapted jazz and revelry to its.
Torture, which the Al-Sisi regime indefatigably justifies as "individual cases", is a wicked synthesis of human rights abuse and state terrorism.
Long notes in such tomes indefatigably traced poets' intertextuality; the implicit message of such scholarship was that these four writers inherited all historical and literary traditions; they were fully-acknowledged citizens of the world.
1958) is indefatigably present in her artwork and functions no less than a living interlocutor to her subjects' narratives mercilessly abandoned or silenced over time and through history.
He had a successful business, a wife and children he adored, amazing friends and an indefatigably sunny (and funny) outlook on life.
This was partly because of the author's alluring prose style and highly imaginative lay-out of the book's content and partly because I have been a fellow-traveler on the interreligious dialogue road that Leonard Swidler has so indefatigably helped to shape and from whose scholarship I have learned much.
Continued efforts of UAE diplomats, indefatigably working under the chief of UAE foreign policy, Shaikh Abdullah, have resulted in a unanimous vote in favour of marking the country on a list of countries exempt from Schengen visa requirements.
KUWAIT, April 21 (KUNA) -- For fifty years, the Arab Labor Organization (ALO) has been working indefatigably to raise the living standard of workers throughout the Arab world, said ALOs new Director General Fayez Al-Mutairi on Tuesday.
2 (1983), performed indefatigably by the Minguett Quartett.
His portrayal of Eisenstein as an indefatigably confident, god's-gift-to-women philanderer was a masterpiece of deft characterization.