The process for detection itself is arduously
I am so speechless and have no idea how I am going to sleep tonight," wrote Levine, one of a number of dedicated followers who've arduously
scoured foreign television stations, overseas archives and numerous private film collections in an attempt to recover the classic rarities, hours upon hours of which were wiped decades ago prior to the Beeb setting up a comprehensive library system.
Until the firties, Chinatown was a preponderantly male "bachelor society" whose members toiled arduously
to support families in China while dreaming often in vain --of returning there to die.
Building on the success of last year's inaugural program, our second edition of the awards proves commercial building manufacturers are committed to, and are working arduously
toward, delivering more sustainable products, as well as products that deliver better performance, life and affordability," reflected Jim Crockett, Editorial Director, Architectural Products magazine.
While a large distinction is made between presentational dances--with performers having studied long and arduously
, many at ISI--and sacred dances, practiced in religious privacy by the community at large, there has been a conscious decision to keep things close to authentic and to use the proceeds generated to help maintain the splendiferous costumes, props, and masks that are a part of the temple rituals.
Writing in Locke's The New Negro (1925), Fauset decried the derogatory misrepresentations of authentic African folklore in its American survivals, called for a more professional ethnographic study of it, and predicted that "Negro writers themselves will shortly, no doubt[,] be developing [the folktales and oral traditions of the South] as arduously
as [Joel] Chandler Harris, and we hope as successfully, or even more so" (243-44).
The great irony is that Pope John Paul II has worked so arduously
to reverse the social progress of his predecessors.
Echoes the local newspaper La Nacion: "Saul Bolanos has ardUously
worked to be the best.
With the teams now level and battling arduously
, itwas going to take something out of the ordinary to separate them.
Your editorial response to Los Angeles City Council member Bill Rosendahl's call of a half-percent sales tax to support mass transit projects is not only negative, but bashed an ally who has arduously
supported the 405 northbound HOV lane and who is exploring the creation of a LAX/Union Station/Burbank Airport rail connection that would benefit Valley residents.
Stunning archaeological evidence discovered last year beneath the existing 1970s garden has prompted English Heritage experts to believe that a more accurate representation of the garden that Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, arduously
created in 1575 to impress Queen Elizabeth I on her 19-day visit, can be reconstructed.
Only after arduously
hunting for two weeks over seven bait sites did I finally get a shot at a nice bruin with one of my home-crafted cedar "bear" arrows.