industriousness


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steady attention and effort, as to one's occupation

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Ambassador Hale appreciated industriousness and vitality of Pakistani public, saying the US was committed to engage with Pakistan to harness its potential to create a brighter economic future for its people.
An extraordinary industriousness even at the age of 89.
Lazari, who died on Sunday aged 69, emigrated as a young man from Limassol to England during difficult times and managed, through his creative spirit and industriousness, and by making the most of his business ingenuity, to become one of the most distinguished businessmen in the clothing industry and subsequently in real estate investments.
Additionally, Bogg (2008) found a significant positive relationship between exercise behavior and industriousness, a conscientiousness-related trait associated with being hard working and thorough.
The sole stained-glass window in the church's 1874 Victorian sanctuary inspired the quilt show and is sometimes called "the virtuous woman.'' The window depicts a woman described in Proverbs 31; a woman who is a good partner, a caring parent, a hard worker, whose actions embody kindness, industriousness, generosity and wisdom.
Mr Cameron - speaking just hours before a video emerged apparently showing the "despicable" beheading of a second US journalist, Steven Sotloff, by Isis militants - said opportunities to promote the "industriousness, entrepreneurialism and the attractiveness of the area" should not be missed.
This individual spirit has led other citizens to mistakenly believe in the great fiction known as "The American Dream." All too many people have been conditioned to believe in success through innovation, hard work, dedication, industriousness, diligence, etc.--all the code words for self-improvement.
With the role of imagination playing a strong theme, discussion encompasses Europe and the gift economies in North America, the Church and pricing, gifts in the commercializing Indian trade, industriousness, and treaties, among other topics.
The four I have decided upon meet this test: would any of those who shaped the American project and observed it in its first century say that it could succeed without industriousness, honesty, marriage, and religiosity in the people?
Beavers can do amazing things with their industriousness. They have the ability to build huge lodges, construct incredible dams, create enormous lakes, clear cut their neighbour's land and hijack local trains.
Other options for Ferguson are Tom Cleverley, who has plenty of energy but is better going forward, and Anderson, who can perhaps provide the best combination of defensive and offensive industriousness, but would be a risk to rely upon on such a big occasion.
undertook everything with enthusiasm, and was known for his industriousness, commitment and attention to detail.
In particular, fetal nicotine may be associated with impairment in areas recruited for the effortful control of behavior in later childhood, a time when task-orientation and industriousness are imperative for academic success.
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