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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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Workaholism describe those individuals who work numerous hours and/or toil, leading to substantial degrees of optional work endeavor, entailing a relevant or immoderate input of work effort (Popescu, 2014) well exceeding what is typically demanded by an organization.
Watch the promo video of "Star Crossed" Season 1 Episode 3 "Our Toil Shall Strive to Mend.
In 2007, the force had a problem with employees building up large amounts of TOIL hours but unable to take the time off.
TOIL PAINTINGS Two winning shots of Argentinian islanders WATER BOYS Indian children washing by Raghuranjan Sarkar FRAME GREAT Children in China by Zhongyin Gao HIGH SPEED DASH Buffalo race by Chan-Kwok-Hung HAIR FLAIR Model by Tong Meng, of China WINNING SMILE Indian villager by Amit Madheshiya CLOSE UP Exiled Burmese Muslim boy by Javier Arcenillas GOOD LEAF
Thatcher left the people of Britain in a mire of blood, toil, tears and sweat.
Desperately poor, they toil long hours each day, performing crippling labor.
In the 246 years of slavery on this continent, blacks endured unimaginable cruelties: kidnapping, ownership as livestock, deaths during terror-filled sea voyages, backbreaking toil, beatings, rapes, castrations, maimings, murders.
With much still to be done in Latin America, we hope our tribute to a select group of leaders will encourage those who toil for progress and prosperity in the region.
Haydee Morales designed attires in sober tones and textures to underscore realism while Eric Fliss's lighting casting shadows in toil, gilding the skin on straining limbs--heightened the lyrical.
Work is regarded by most as necessary toil, a condition reinforced by the industrial and electronic revolutions.
The women play both the leading and supporting roles in this many-act drama of love and constant toil.
It seems to me, we Irish have forgotten our miserable past and are prepared to allow these men from the East toil like slaves so we can live like kings.
The barn raising in Peter Weir's understated thriller may be the most poetic vision of labor ever captured on film, showing work not as toil or drudgery but as a joyful dance in which a community of laborers fashion a work of art.
But, if you are a parent in search of other perspectives on successful childrearing, or someone who wants to sample different families' lives, then From The Soul is a book well worth the toil.
The members have worked their way into professions and the middle class, yet the Japanese-Peruvian culture remains a quiet enclave, a stoic reminder to a century of toil.