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Synonyms for moil

to exert one's mental or physical powers, usually under difficulty and to the point of exhaustion

physical exertion that is usually difficult and exhausting

Synonyms for moil

be agitated

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moisten or soil

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The trend is so strong, Moiler says, that he wouldn't be surprised if some cuckoo lineages specializing in short-distance migrants face extinction in a matter of decades.
Bray F, Carstensen B, Moiler H, Zappa M, Zakelji MP, Lawrence G, et al.
Moiler, Old Puzzles, Puzzling Answers: The Alien Tort Statute and Federal Common Law in Sosa v.
Stevenson, Mark, LJ Wallace, James Harrison, Jerry Moiler and Richard Smith 1998 'At risk in two worlds: Injury mortality among Indigenous people in the US and Australia, 1990-92', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 22(6):641-4.
Recently, researchers have revised this model (Cury, Elliot, Da Fonseca, & Moiler, 2006).
group executive vice president and CFO: Kiaus Moiler, director group marketing; Martin Wiese, group VP R&D: Svend Johnsen key manager protective; Lars Hermansen, Key manager container: Jacqui Knott.
While MOiler studies the influence of the role (A, B, or C) on the results, this only partially overlaps with the narrative/discussion distinction, because of the mixed role of the A participants, who retold the first part of the film without a hearer and participated in the discussion of the film with B.
Chris McDonough Moiler UK marketing and ROD director
Flexible transnasal laryngoscopy with the Moiler maneuver was used to confirm that the uvula and soft palate were the most likely sources of snoring.
Since 2006 he has been a postdoctoral fellow and principal investigator of the CEPEG project, funded by the Danish National Research Council, at the Maersk McKinney Moiler Institute, University of Southern Denmark, where he works in the fields of affective computing, entertainment modeling, game AI, and neuro-evolution.
THIS SEPTEMBER marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Marie Jean Paul Joseph Roche Yves Gilbert du Moiler de La Fayette, who was born in the Chateau de Chavaniac in the same room where his father had been born before him.
In analyzing training and job careers, the class concept demonstrates how educational and occupational biographies overlap causally different social fields (Shavit and Moiler 1998).
Both men and women commonly report having experienced verbal or psychological coercion as well as being taken advantage of in an intoxicated state (Anderson & Aymami, 1993; Anderson & Sorenson, 1999; Krahe, Scheinberger-Olwig, & Bieneck, 2003; Krahe, Waizenhofer, & Moiler, 2003; Larimer, Lydum, Anderson, & Turner, 1999; O'Sullivan, Byers, & Finkelman, 1998; Struckman-Johnson & Struckman-Johnson, 1994).
Bradley, David, Evelyne Huber, Stephanie Moiler, Francois Nielsen, and John D.