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It was not poverty which had broken her spirit; it was not a want of courage which rendered her poverty burdensome.
Because I was poor, and burdensome, and she disliked me.
He looked at Sonia and felt how great was her love for him, and strange to say he felt it suddenly burdensome and painful to be so loved.
They had that burdensome heritage of foreign reminiscence with which so many Americans were saddled; but they carried it more easily than most of their country-people, and one knew they had lived in Europe only by their present exultation, never in the least by their regrets.
The senators stressed that the requirements impose costs that are overly burdensome to small and rural long-term care providers.
Global Banking News-March 10, 2016--Foreign banks say US Fed rules are burdensome
Requiring the secretary of Health and Human Services to ensure that FDA reviewers receive training on the intent and application of the least burdensome requirements;
Reforms to Medicare regulations identified as unnecessary, obsolete or excessively burdensome on hospitals and healthcare providers would save nearly $676 million annually, and $3.
Now it is against reason for a man to be burdensome to others, by offering no pleasure to others, and by hindering their enjoyment.
Many of the state agencies that complain about frivolous and burdensome requests are the same agencies that require us to make every request, even the most routine, in the form of" a Texas Public Information Act request, which increases the volume of requests.
Such non-tariff measures (NTMs) are less visible and more complex than tariff protection measures, and are particularly burdensome for companies in developing countries that do not have the capacity to comply with the imposed rules and regulations.
GAO was asked to (1) describe federal requirements identified as the most burdensome by selected states and school districts and other stakeholders, (2) describe information states and school districts collect on the cost of complying with those requirements, and (3) assess federal efforts to reduce or eliminate burdensome requirements.