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having or showing a capacity for protracted effort, regardless of difficulty or frustration

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characterized by hard work and perseverance

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Her endurance represented the will of the Libyan people to keep life moving, her resolution symbolised the courage of the common women to carry on untiringly and her commitment reflected the dream of Libya as an evolving nation.
In his role debut as Hoffmann, Matthew Polenzani appeared to own the role, singing untiringly with a solid top and acting fervently, He even overcame Stephane Roches stage direction, which had Hoffmann falling down dead drunk on his entrance in the Prologue.
A lively faith works gratefully and untiringly by love to produce good works.
Sherrod has worked untiringly to develop innovative approaches to preventive care for underserved and low income children of rural southwest Colorado, including Montezuma and LaPlata counties Several years ago she wrote an initial grant to begin a small school based clinic at the alternative school in Cortez Through her vision, creativity, leadership, and unstoppable effort this program emerged and continues to sustain services for an important at risk population within Montezuma County Having developed this initial program, she then shifted her focus to La Plata County, and wrote grants for the 9R Durango School System to provide physical, mental, and dental health services to High School Students This program is now expanding to include the elementary school population.
May she live long, and reign untiringly, Over all of us
What I have said and resaid, untiringly, is that we must not bypass--spurning it as "good for nothing"--that which educands, be they children coming to school for the first time, or young people and adults at centers of popular education, bring with them in the way of an understanding of the world, in the most varied dimensions of their own practice in the social practice of which they are a part.
The image that emerges is one of a social minded young man full of idealism who works untiringly trying to improve the conditions of ordinary people.
The young woman who was both my secretary and translator, Tanja Mihajolivic, very proud of her Serbian background, but who worked untiringly to see that the Brcko DMT succeeded, told me that if I wanted to have paintings in my office, the person to see was the curator of the Brcko District Art Museum, Petar Knezevic, a Bosniak, who was a long time participant in the local art scene, surviving both himself and his art collections during the worst of the fighting.
As a rule one only witnessed its first act, which was repeated untiringly as a game in itself, though there is no doubt that the greater pleasure was attached to the second act.
Every hour, every precious minute of this our glorious freedom was fought for relentlessly and untiringly by them.
Proof for this are the large pig farms such as "Agria" from Veles, who work untiringly on increasing and improving the farms, side by side with foreign meat producers.
A declaration was read out by the women delegations renewing their support and attachment to President Ben Ali, the future choice of Tunisia so that women will remain one of the symbols of modernity, contributing untiringly to strengthening the foundations of a free, interdependent society in full progress while standing against reactionary and extremist trends.
Following Galinski's death, he said that Galinski "has untiringly supported a reconciliation of Jews and Germans that rests not on forgetting and repression, but on remembrance and the persistent clarification of the causes of the Holocaust.
Ben Cleland of Almonte, who went on to obtain a degree in Geology from Carleton University, worked untiringly with us as a volunteer during the summer of 2003, the first year of our evolving initiative to introduce the geoheritage concept to Almonte.
They flip and swirl -- whipping their bikes and tossing their bodies in the air, kicking their feet and extending their arms, defying laws of gravity -- and somehow manage to artfully land on their two-wheel bikes, untiringly, preparing for their next trick.