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He knew that at any hour he might be summoned to resume his toilsome and painful march as a captive.
Albacete " reminded us that there is no circumstance, not even the most difficult and toilsome, that can prevent the 'I' from having a daily dialogue with the Mystery," Carron said in an Oct.
Repetitive and toilsome, domestic labor is presented in such a fashion as to debunk the myth that so-called "women's work" is any less demanding, intensive, tiring, or necessary than the more socially valued labor performed by men (and women) in public workplaces.
It was as if a chirping brook Upon a toilsome way Set bleeding feet to minuets Without the knowing why.
I cannot help fearing that men may reach a point where they look on every new theory as a danger, every innovation as a toilsome trouble, every social advance as a first step toward revolution, and that they may absolutely refuse to move at all.
A Cambodian woman said: "Over here, I feel that it is really toilsome [xinku] to zuo yuezi.
Still, with the right tires -- and this is an important point -- the Sport makes winter less toilsome.
Whatever is outside of faith, however attractive and toilsome it may be, is idolatry, because the opinion that we are justified by works apart from faith is the source of all idolatry.
Wayfaring along the path of the afterlife is wearisome and toilsome, [for it] involves a great many dangers, [calamities] for which there are no instructions and no companion.
But both services still feel somewhat stilted and toilsome, especially on a mobile device.
Its action is perfect massage without the toilsome labour.