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In part, Saintsbury like others, put this down to the soul-destroying effects of Arnold's job as a schools inspector which involved "the weariest and dreariest of all businesses, the reading of hundreds of all but identical answers to the same stock questions.
Whimsical statues on every fence post and surrounding a large pond were just the trick to make even the weariest soul smile.
I've seen no big new ideas, just a cool acquiescence to the Netanyahu's "nyets" that help make "two-state solution" one of the weariest phrases on the planet.
In what rapt ether sails the world, of which the weariest will never weary?
When attorneys step onto these roller coasters, they need not only the legal tools, but also the logistical resources and physical stamina for a remarkable ride that often requires advocacy at its best, even from lawyers at their weariest.
Complete with a baby changing area, the clean contemporary design will lift the spirits of even the weariest traveller.
Maybe the apparently world weariest of us are really physically crossed with the troubles of those seemingly bursting with vitality, like a sort of human version of the Picture of Dorian Gray.
C'Mere Deer was formed from the passion of a seasoned hunter with the drive to create a unique product that would provide every hunter a sporting chance while hunting, even the weariest of older aged Deer.
From too much love of living, / From hope and fear set free, / We thank with brief thanksgiving / Whatever gods may be / That no man lives forever, / That dead men rise up never; / That even the weariest river / Winds somewhere safe to sea.
The hardest work comes at the end of the day, when the workers are weariest.
There's a gorgeous walnut-finish desk and table and a well-earned rest on the sumptuous moleskin sofas, with their glossy azure velvet cushions, could restore the energy of the weariest househunter.
So with preparation for that reality in mind, Kent would like to see more rest for his weariest players, starting with this weekend's games in the Bay Area, Thursday at California and Saturday at top-ranked and unbeaten Stanford.