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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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Inexhaustible toilers like Sharshenbek Abdykerimov are able to recover the national economy of the country.
I called Alison to get her take on the toilers of today and it became immediately clear that the Vancouver resident is just as passionate about the breed now as she was in 1975 when she took possession of her first toiler pup.
Neighborhoods were ranked by "urban area disadvantage index" scores, calculated by the percentage of children living in households without piped water, flush toilers, electricity, or nonpolluting cooking fuel; whose mothers were unemployed or uneducated; and whose households were over crowded or among the poorest 40%.
In the decades of wars, economic crises, and explosive class battles that lay ahead, the weight of the toilers of Africa in shaping the future will be greater than ever before.
His departure from Renault - allied to that of his sidekick, team Number Two, Pat Symonds, - will hopefully rescue the French team and its 750 honest toilers from exclusion from the championship as innocent victims of Briatore's duplicity and denial when he ordered his recently-fired driver Nelson Piquet to deliberately crash his car in last year's Singapore Grand Prix to boost preferred teammate Fernando Alonso's chances of victory.
About two hours after midnight on Friday morning "Y Garw" received its "baptism of fire," and 19 of the mine toilers of the Lluest Colliery were hurled to eternity.
Cavotec will deliver 28 toilers for the second phase of Baiyun's Terminal 1 development programme.
Toilers like to please but will fade under heavy-handed methods or repetitive drilling.
But for every ex-All Black we have seen four or five journeymen in the Magners League who are no more than honest toilers.
The Toreadors blitzed the Toilers with their patented full-court pressure and forced 19 turnovers.
These opening papers are followed by those the explore narrower issues, including water balance studies and hydrological modeling, water allocation between agriculture and hydropower, inter/intra-sector coordination as a means to IWRM, experiences with multi-stakeholders' dialogue, water transfers out of agriculture, and water use rights for dam displaced populations and drought-affected toilers.
A rung or two above them is another class of toilers, with work equally exotic: the people who spend their entire lives analyzing elections, demography, census data, and the ramifications of the fact that the 4000 block of a certain DuPage County boulevard has changed congressional districts.
He'll find that our group of toilers are delighted with the tangible air of optimism around Villa Park.
He was presenting one of the technical awards, which didn't thrill him: It's rare that anyone in the audience recognizes the winners--chances were, Arnold would be stuck onstage with some very excited but very obscure toilers in the field.
30am on Saturday, the inaugural Aled Eames Memorial lecture will be given by Dr David Jenkins, senior curator of the department of industry at the National Museums and Galleries of Wales, on the theme The Toilers of the Sea.