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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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They toil to prevent negative feelings or to achieve ego improvements, and appreciate their activity as they equate themselves with its conducive value (Lazaroiu, 2013): they may experience some dominion of their conduct.
(http://gossipandgab.com/40082/cws-star-crossed-spoilers-episode-3-our-toil-shall-strive-to-mend-promo-video) According to Gossip and Gab, "Star Crossed" Season 1 Episode 3 titled "Our Toil Shall Strive to Mend," will reveal more details related to the battle between the two worlds of humans and Atrians.
The market has traditionally used very thick laminated films for scaling and peeling to the toil container.
Barred from most trades, they toiled as manual workers and domestic servants.
You see, the tears showed he cared, the toil showed his hunger to improve and his smile let everyone know how much he loved a game he felt privileged to play.
But the President's XI provided more stubborn resistance in their second innings and made the England attack toil in the hot sun.
Some shout and others whisper but they all reveal a certain dignity in the toil, pride and honesty from the era that is working-class, industrial Britain.
While daily shift work is the book's principal focus, Coleman has also done some consulting work with the extreme version -- "fly in/fly out" arrangements in remote areas, where workers toil for weeks at a stretch.
The sight of his four Dutch pilots ("immensely built, the personification of energy ...their rude, overflowing health bequeathed by generations brought up on nourishing food") evoked admiration and the thought that his own compatriots had been deprived of food and exhausted by toil. This picture has now changed.
One question in dispute--in an era when housework itself was brutal toil: How much study could female bodies bear without damage?
So it seemed to me in April when Calgary's Bishop Fred Henry squared off in the national media against Conrad Black, owner of the world-wide newspaper empire that includes the journal for which I toil.
After five days he was moved to a solitary cell located close to the jail's command module, where there was no toil et or shower in the cell.
The mass of data he accumulated told the story: It showed infant mortality falling, life expectancy rising, agricultural prices falling, arable land rising, the number of people fated to agricultural toil falling, air quality improving.
A non-specialist reader might prefer to forgo the toil and occasional confusions that such a text invites.