tireless in A Sentence

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    Tireless service is the only motivation.

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    It's true that we have reliable, intelligent and Tireless women in our Party.

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    No matter how difficult any task may be, the Father's help brings you zeal and enthusiasm, courage and the power to be Tireless.

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    Thanks to his Tireless dedication to his profession and the millions of people he served, the Gonstead methodology has been meticulously preserved, and is now taught as a required course at almost all chiropractic colleges.

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    When it strives for justice and the cause of the oppressed, as Dorothy Day did by her Tireless work; the fruit of a faith which becomes dialogue and sows peace in the contemplative style of Thomas Merton.

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    A Tireless champion for consumers, his work has resulted in better government oversight of automakers, the installation of key safety features, and the exposure of safety defects in millions of cars, SUVs and other trucks….

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    According to NDTV, the UN Environment Programme said,“This year's laureates are recognised for a combination of bold, innovative, and Tireless efforts to tackle some of the most urgent environmental issues of our times.”.

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    The UN Environment Programme(UNEP) said:“This years' laureates are recognised for a combination of bold, innovative, and Tireless efforts to tackle some of the most urgent environmental issues of our times.”.

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    United Nations Environment Program(UNEP) said in its statement on Sept. 26,“This years' laureates are recognized for a combination of bold, innovative, and Tireless efforts to tackle some of the most urgent environmental issues of our times.”.

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    By Elizabeth Sherman| - Arizona Sen. John McCain- scion of Navy brass, flyboy turned Vietnam war hero and Tireless defender of American global leadership- has died after a year of treatment for terminal brain cancer.

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    Human factors, like habitat encroachment and vehicle strikes, had reduced their number to less than two dozen-- but now, thanks, to the Tireless efforts of conservation officials, the rare species is making a real comeback.

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    Thus, from the 70s and always in an altruistic and unselfish way, he began a Tireless task of public dissemination of the true Knowledge at international level through lectures, courses, congresses, etc.

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    These Tireless predators know precisely where to look for and how to overpower and kill the' agricultural pests', a knowledge which man still cannot claim to possess in full.

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    This love of hill- walking stayed with him throughout his life, and he built himself homes in both Matheran and Mahabaleshwar, where he and his children became Tireless walkers.

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    The 19th amendment to the United States Constitution, which was the result of many decades of hard work and lobbying from Tireless suffragists who battled on both the state and national fronts, prohibits any US citizen from being denied the right to vote on the basis of their sex.

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    In today's commercial marketplace, social media is an active and Tireless dialogue between brands and consumers, and companies have been forced to recognize that they can no longer tell consumers want to think, do, or buy.

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    Interestingly, much to the chagrin of suffragists, while Hale was a Tireless supporter of women's rights, particularly the right to an education and the right to work outside of the home, she openly did not support the right for women to vote.

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    However, with the wholehearted support from POSCO and the POSTECH Foundation and Tireless efforts of all POSTECH members, POSTECH has made enormous strides to become a top Korean and Asian university in such a short time, adding its name to the list of top universities in the world despite its comparative youthfulness.

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    Karwah, who was named a TIME Person of the Year in 2014 for her Tireless efforts to treat Ebola patients, gave birth to her fourth child, whom she named Solomon, on February 17 and was discharged from the hospital three days later.

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    Ford, which we offer you quotes, aphorisms and sayings, is known not only as a talented businessman and inventor, but also as an extraordinary person who has achieved tremendous success at the expense of Tireless energy and faith in his own success.

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    In January 1945, he was transferred to the Bureau of Aeronautics office in Philadelphia to help negotiate the termination of war contracts, and received his second letter of commendation, from the Secretary of the Navy[45] for"meritorious service, Tireless effort, and devotion to duty".

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    However, in a statement outlining Carter's achievements that led to the decision to award him the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002, the committee did cite his triumph at Camp David in 1978, then pointed out the Carter Center's Tireless devotion to fighting third world disease, mediating peaceful conflict resolutions and overseeing democratic elections.

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    Experts believe that the global community needs a broad coalition to meet these challenges, because if one country complies with global standards reduces its carbon emissions and other countries ignore these standards then It will be of no benefit to the adhering countries and will have to face the consequences of climate change despite Tireless efforts.

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    So, for those who have the money and want to indulge in the ultimate decadence of eating or rubbing bits of aged whale excrement on their bodies, ambergris is still available thanks to the Tireless efforts of ambergris hunters the world over, who no doubt are just a phone call away from getting their own History Channel show.

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    After the Tireless efforts of the author of Mary Had a Little Lamb(and the“Oprah” of her day), Sarah Hale, to get a national Thanksgiving holiday created, President Abraham Lincoln declared on this day in history, 1863- just a few days after receiving Hale's final letter on the subject- that the United States would observe an official Thanksgiving holiday on November 26, 1863.

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    Thank you for your Tireless research.

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    Siamese Sea Spider(SAE)- a Tireless wrestler.

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    And again, behind him is the Tireless Shane Chen.

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    A Tireless mother and her tired pup.

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    Successful business executives are not just talented and Tireless;

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