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characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion

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An easy listening programme began with Schubert's delightful Rosamunde Overture, the introduction being slow to dead stop, with amazingly clean chord entries in spite of every attack coming well after the laborious downbeats.
A new light and compact hot-tack tester for testing heat seals on packaging films is said to be less expensive and laborious to use than other commercial units.
That is, if you can get through the laborious tangential passages and repetitiousness of the word "Tuskegee.
The features of this validated offering create a new dimension in utility and ease of use by eliminating the need for laborious and time-consuming assay development which consumes costly probe-based qRT-PCR reagents as well as eliminating the need to repeatedly design, synthesize, and test siRNA and primers.
Although laser welding is performed without the need for access holes, Kroppe admits that adjusting both the head speed and angle and re-focusing the laser's optics to deal with the thick panels was laborious.
We watch and read as she and her cohorts engage in activities from the laborious and mundane (acquiring water when a delivery truck breaks down and making clothing by hand) to the ingenious and fun (converting a galvanized trough into a hot tub by lighting a fire beneath it while being careful not to burn their toes).
If the male can't attract a mate, he pulls the nest down and starts the laborious process of building all over again.
Laborious processes, such as paper tracking, mailing, and photocopying, reduce everyone's overall productivity.
Hibernate In Action is an effective user's manual for the open-source Java tool of Hibernate, which has exploded in popularity due to its automation of a tedious task: persisting Java objects to a relational database, a task made laborious by the necessity of having to write code that maps one's object-oriented code to a relational database or vice-versa.
Analytical chemistry is the time-honored way to monitor pulp quality, but laboratory testing is laborious, and online techniques for monitoring quality can often deliver the results more quickly to those who need the information.
The box not only looks great with its sleek and hip design, but it also combines simplicity and effectiveness to relieve the administrator of the laborious task of daily tape switching.
Infection with the vigorous and persistent bacteria often leads to a laborious daily struggle to overcome it, says Gary Cohan, a Beverly Hills physician with many gay male patients.
ID Detective can quickly and efficiently monitor visitors, messengers and deliverymen and maintain logs of visitor traffic, while eliminating the laborious and ineffective procedure of signing in guests with illegible signatures and no verification.
Previous systems have allowed scientists to modify natural chromosomes or YACs without leaving a trace of any heterologous sequence, but those methods offer limited flexibility and are extremely laborious and time-consuming.