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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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MacLeod CJ, Moiler H (2006) Intensification and diversification of New Zealand agriculture since 1960: an evaluation of current indicators of land use change.
In other words, the 'not invented here' syndrome was particularly weak and cognitive awareness of the shortcomings of the inherited structures and routines was high (Antal-Mokos 1998; Meyer and Moiler 1998; Newman 2000).
Particularly in the German-speaking states, where the transition from "speculative, idealistic and Romantic philosophy" (Naturphilosophie) to systematic natural science (Naturwissenschaft) was caught up in the restructuring of the universities, rising "[s]cientific materialists" such as Johannes Moiler were helping to define physiology as an "independent, experimental discipline.
I was a Specialist Officer on Jewish Affairs under MOiler.
Susan Moiler Okin, Is Multiculturalism Bad For Women?
Places like the Brauerei Gasthof Aying in Bavaria, Pinkus MOiler Home Brew House in Westfalia and the Samuel Smith Old Brewery.
In parts of Europe that have warmed since 1990, the common cuckoo, Cuculus canorus, appears to be shifting its laying away from species that don't migrate or that travel a short distance each year, says Anders Pape Moiler of the University of Paris South in Orsay.
Most children enter school with some experience interacting with literacy, though there may not be a one-to-one correspondence between the forms and functions of literacy in the home and that found in school (Heath,1987; Moiler, 2005).
The hospital is the domain where he, as Moiler did in the army camp, can exercise his control over others and acts out the role of the alpha male.
See BRIAN BARRY, CULTURE AND EQUALITY: AN EGALITARIAN CRITIQUE OF MULTICULTURALISM 150-54 (2001); Susan Moiler Okin, "Mistresses of Their Own Destiny": Group Rights, Gender, and Realistic Rights" of Exit, 112 ETHICS 205-30 (2002); see also MARTHA NUSSBAUM, WOMEN AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: THE CAPABILITIES APPROACH ch.
Although much of the literature on posttraumatic stress and homelessness focuses on women or families (Banyard, Williams, & Siegel, 2001; Bassuk, Buckner, Perloff, & Bassuk, 1998; Bassuk, Dawson, Perloff, & Weinrub, 2001; Bean & Moiler, 2002; Gully, Koller, & Ainsworth, 2001; Ryan, Kilmer, Cauce, Watanabe, & Hoyt, 2000; Tyler & Cauce, 2002), the majority of homeless people are men (U.
Deborah Hensler & Erik Moiler, Trends in Punitive Damages: Preliminary Data from Cook County, Illinois and San Francisco, California (RAND Working Paper No.
Princeton University Press, 1993); Joseph Carens, Culture, Citizenship and Community: A Contextual Exploration of Justice as Evenhandedness (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000); Susan Moiler Okin, Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women?
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.