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This image was one Fonteyn worked assiduously to maintain during her lifetime.
Three or four pairs of hands worked assiduously to do his bidding.
He sat near them, and worked assiduously at a piece of tapestry.
Wade and Chandler worked assiduously undermining his strength in Congress.
For years, she worked assiduously with the little boy's education.
But he worked assiduously to maintain an extraordinary range of cross-party contacts, trade unionists and business people.
Philip worked assiduously upon his organization.
It then worked assiduously to build up grassroots influence through mosques and religious schools, despite being a banned organisation.
His successor Frances Fitzgerald has worked assiduously to mend political fences with both the judiciary and the legal profession.
It then worked assiduously to build up grassroots influence through mosques and religious schools, despite being a banned organization.
His first books were selling steadily, and he worked assiduously to make hay while the sun was still above the horizon.
This bustling little man, who had everything to gain from the return of his legitimate sovereigns, worked assiduously for their cause.
Faraday and Pluecker had worked assiduously at the subject, and had invoked the aid of new forces to account for the phenomena.
He took up the study of English, plunged into Shakespeare and Goethe, and worked assiduously on a number of dramatic and novelistic ventures.
Besides his correspondence in cypher, which occupied him much, he worked assiduously at his "Prussian Monarchy," which was published in 1788.
Though the mother hated to destroy the work of her beloved husband, yet she worked assiduously to remove all the water-colors, and lo!
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