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labour

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struggle

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

to walk heavily, slowly, and with difficulty

physical exertion that is usually difficult and exhausting

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Colliers, firemen, police, servicemen (some on leave), boy scouts, young women, old men, nurses, Salvation Army, Red Cross and other relief organisations all toiled.
During his NHL playing days, Lambert toiled for four different squads; Anaheim Mighty Ducks, Ottawa, Senators, Nashville Predators and Atlanta Thrashers.
But many workers in second- and third-floor offices toiled in the dark for about an hour, their computer screens black.
Smith toiled over his proposal for nine months and says a combination of cost, value, and experience gave CAM Systems the edge.
Part photographic visionary, part huckster hawking his full-length documentary (the first one in history, in fact) of Kwakiutl ritual to the suits in Hollywood under the sensationalistic title In the Land of the Head-Hunters, Edward Curtis toiled on his monumental Native American project tirelessly.
For 400 years or so, scientists have toiled over the exact origins of Earth's moon.
Celtic hitman Henrik Larsson toiled in a defensive match and his Swedish team-mate Kennet Andersson came closest when he beat the keeper but had a shot deflected away by a Slovak defender.
Early ventures were small, often connecting or improving existing waterways, but Way estimates that 3,000-4,000 men (and a few women) toiled on these early projects.
Millions of viewers tuned in to last night's "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" where candidates toiled to create new lifestyle suites for Westin Hotels.
Robert Smigel has long toiled along the hallowed fringes of the TV industry - fringes, relative to his talents, that is - creating memorable moments along the way.
Alberbury had toiled to 50-3 but then broke the shackles with 105 runs coming in their last 10 overs to reach 251- 6.
Since 1997, Robert Mallett has toiled behind the scenes as deputy secretary at the U.
We live in a world where VoIP developers have toiled tirelessly to develop items like a bicycle-powered VoIP system that enables people in remote villages in third-world countries to communicate via telephone with others.
For years, Marc has toiled at his craft, saving lives and helping one patient at a time.