exert effort

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Even though it is costly for the employee to exert effort, he does so because his future compensation depends on his performance.
Once you begin to exert effort, habitual patterns kick in and the body has a harder time undoing painful knots.
NNA - Former Prime Minister, Najib Mikati, on Thursday hoped that Turkey would exert effort and help in freeing the captured military soldiers held by Jihadists in Arsal.
His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah urged all those concerned, on Tuesday, to exert effort to resolve differences and get the country out of what he termed a phase of "political fatigue" through acting responsibly.
Watkins also called on Lebanon and Israel to exert effort so as to guarantee 1701 implementation.
Ghandour, during the meeting, has affirmed the government's keenness to cooperate and exert efforts to maintain peace in Darfur.
NNA - Druze Sheikh Akel, Sheik Naim Hassan, called on Friday on the government to exert efforts and sacrifice to protect the sons of the nation, above all, the Lebanese Army soldiers who were kidnapped by gunmen.
She called other tribes in the area to exert efforts to release them, because they are "only students, not fighters".
Damascus, SANA -- The Greek Catholic Church of Antioch and All the East conference called upon the international community to exert efforts to bring peace to Syria and the orient as to ensure the security of all the world.
He urged KFH employees to work tirelessly and exert efforts for the advancement of the bank that is an eminent edifice in the Islamic banking worldwide.
He also urged the dispatched officers to exert efforts and wished them success.
The world community's priority is to exert efforts aimed at fighting real threats," Lavrov said at a meeting with Zimbabwean counterpart Simbarashe Mumbengegwi.