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Actual ownership can be expensive and can be unrewarding, but virtual ownership is free and a lot of fun.
The Butcher's Wife" is a respectable but dramatically unrewarding debut for writer-director Gao Xiongjie, a veteran teacher of film and television arts at Chinas Central Academy of Drama.
Contesting a divorce can be expensive and ultimately unrewarding if one of the parties is determined to leave the relationship.
Add in the recoil and muzzle blast these small guns produce and practice becomes an unrewarding and uncomfortable, if not downright painful activity.
On a badly churned-up and bobbly surface, both teams found the going unrewarding, although the best two chances of the first half fell to the Bay.
It's a very unrewarding job, and the way they've added a huge amount to the team has shown the kind of environment we have.
Fish Tank will appeal to fans of social realism but it left me feeling I had just sat through an unpleasant and unrewarding cinematic experience.
Readers will find this exploration of illegitimate sex and its fruits plodding and unrewarding.
My job was unrewarding, extremely stressful, and humdrum.
In my view, this spells more resistance to change and more of the same unrewarding outcomes in America's public schools.
Meanwhile, looking for a roadside space almost anywhere these days is an unrewarding task, and a town centre free of traffic offers shoppers the prospect of a much more enjoyable experience which could even attract new trade.
Instead he settled on jobs in call centres, which he found unrewarding.