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UCA principal Patricia Towey said: "Teachers at UCA work indefatigably with students every day and we are thrilled this superb work has been recognised at national level.
They have worked indefatigably to eliminate the use of the word "sex" and to substitute it with the word "gender.
Allen always delves indefatigably into the deepest reaches of research, and his biography of A.
Both these intelligent and able young men went on to work indefatigably for their causes.
Reviewing at the time for the Christchurch Press, I noted the litany of the same names, the books featuring selected authors highly influential in universities and training colleges, straddling both the teaching and literary establishment in collusion with, or employed by, the Wellington bureaucracy presiding over the dumbed-down new curricula; working indefatigably to remove the accountability of external examinations, nationwide--in order to substitute internal assessment--that handiest of tools for incompetent teachers.
They indefatigably accuse their critics of 'anti-Semitism' (which is hardly effective anymore) and warn of attempts at the 'de-legitimatisation' of Israel, as if they expect the world to remain completely oblivious to its perpetual war crimes, illegal occupation and institutionalised discrimination against non-Jewish inhabitants of Palestine and Israel.
Any real similarity between the film and the literature would be both ludicrous and coincidental, as Taylor coped indefatigably with a traditional assortment of tribulations, including wild animals, cannibals, and slave traders.
And Yiorkos secured the electoral backing of EDEK by indefatigably buttering up superannuated Dr Faustus, EDEK's honorary president for life and beyond, for the last couple of years.
And my answer to that at this moment in time is indefatigably, no, you should not, unless you have a secondary risk factor," such as Barrett metaplasia or colon polyps (or a secondary cardiovascular risk factor).
And my answer to that at this moment in time is indefatigably, no, you should not, unless you have a secondary risk factor,' such as Barrett's metaplasia or colon polyps (or a secondary cardiovascular risk factor),
The indefatigably Liberal Vancouver Sun quoted problems with the older but similar U.
He continued loving life and making films indefatigably, even at the age of 88 when he passed away.