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Toil numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. Even in the pain and toil.
  2. Why all this toil and trouble?
  3. All of them have to toil alike.
  4. She could not continue to toil.
  5. By your toil, love and sacrifice.
  6. Only again to toil without rest.
  7. One must toil and often endure a.
  8. The toil is intense and incessant.
  9. This poor fruit of my earnest toil.
  10. Then you say, ‘lighten his toil.
  11. And to the end there will be no toil.
  12. They don't toil neither do they spin.
  13. Toil on heroes! harvest the products!.
  14. And come the sisters of the ceaseless toil;.
  15. After a life of toil and service, His death.
  16. You have to toil hard and waste your precious.
  17. The memories of our earthly sweat and toil will.
  18. Toil on heroes! toil well! handle the weapons well!.
  19. He expects a great deal quickly and without much toil.
  20. Consider the lilies how they grow: they toil not, they.
  21. They speak in low tones; they drop their eyes; they toil.
  22. I could have made a pleasure of the greatest toil, and.
  23. Thus his youth had been spent in rude and ill-paid toil.
  24. Ah! You declare yourself to be an idler! prepare to toil.
  25. But they did it with the blood and the toil of we Chinese.
  26. Yes, it is serious for a poor man who lives by his toil.
  27. YOU; in toil YOU shall eat of it all the days of YOUR life.
  28. And all is seared with trade; bleared, smeared with toil;.
  29. Our toil must be in silence, and our efforts all in secret.
  30. Dedicate your lives to the enhancement of commonplace toil.
  31. The sweat and toil of the sailors above and below the decks.
  32. I realized that I could toil with this for as long as I wanted.
  33. Cursed Is the ground for your sake; In toIl you shall eat of It.
  34. Thought is the toil of the intelligence, revery its voluptuousness.
  35. Toil lets go of you on one side only to grasp you again on the other.
  36. All the long day of toil had left no trace in them but lightness of heart.
  37. Through war, through work, through pain and toil, the purpose is achieved.
  38. He had but one word for both these kinds of toil; he called them gardening.
  39. From the agricultural addiction to oil and alcohol and the addiction to toil.
  40. Of all the creations of man she is the closest partner of his toil and courage.
  41. They enslave the poor to toil often under inhumane conditions to barely earn.
  42. There are men who toil at extracting gold; he toiled at the extraction of pity.
  43. The finite which admits of progress and sublime toil, they do not think about.
  44. He sees the boulder rumble down the mountain and knows his toil will never end.
  45. Of course: it is easier to have machines toil for you rather than you yourself.
  46. The light of their torches illuminated the wealth created by generations of toil.
  47. Whilst the prince was settling down to this second year of toil and privation, the.
  48. Sitting down implies rest, and a complete cessation of work, and toil, and conflict.
  49. My one and half years of toil in the training centre had given happiness to my child.
  50. Excess of toil wore out Fantine, and the little dry cough which troubled her increased.
  51. Would it not be easier for the Sacred to just hand life to us without any toil?
  52. Supposed independence which required many years of toil and effort suddenly disappears.
  53. You must struggle for it, struggle with toil, with the consciousness that in it is life.
  54. It did not take long for the children to see their morning of toil had been for nothing.
  55. Seventeen hours of toil, and nine sous a day! Her creditors were more pitiless than ever.
  56. That being done, he felt that he was ready tòhide his stricken heart, and still toil on'.
  57. You’re buying years of work, toil in the sun; you’re buying a sorrow that can’t talk.
  58. Nobly to toil, sincerely to hope, tenderly to feel with man — this is the true philosophy.
  59. Our King is soon coming, and when He comes we shall "sit down," and toil and fight no more.
  60. Your days of toil are almost over and the relaxing and pleasant age of retirement has dawned.
  61. Then it would even get watered all at one time, and would need no extra toil from your part.
  62. Ugh, how hard it is! Oh, that this toil might end and you would release me! thought he.
  63. Jollily he, aloft there, wheels through toil and trouble; and so, alow here, does jolly Stubb.
  64. In Russia there are millions of men who possess nothing and subsist entirely by their own toil.
  65. When one supports one's relatives by one's toil, one has not the right to sacrifice one's self.
  66. Mohammad Emin – walked to the bedroom of the new house, worn by toil and with a swinging gait.
  67. The month of December 1854 was filled with both toil and new and exciting experiences for the boys.
  68. Toil, lazybones! there is no more repose for you! The iron hand of implacable toil has seized you.
  69. Even toil will be a joy, you may deny yourself bread for your children and even that will be a joy.
  70. It has come into your mind now that we are the lilies of the field; we toil not, neither do we spin.
  71. It is this form of thought which frequently sweeps away the result of many years of toil and effort.
  72. In physical proportions they are stalwart and vigorous, inured to toil and capable of great exertion.
  73. Undoubtedly, the maintenance of life in this state requires people’s steady effort and continuous toil.
  74. It meant the maker of the mark would toil endlessly, to the end of his days, to avenge the transgression.
  75. Cleave to her! Serve! Toil on, labour like a very bandog and let scholarment and all Malthusiasts go hang.
  76. What, after al , is the nature of prayer? Is it worth the toil, concern and effort that goes into it? Let us.
  77. To withdraw with you:--why do you go about to recover the wind of me, as if you would drive me into a toil?
  78. And Satan came forth with a cable TV with remote control so Man would not have to toil changing the channels.
  79. Weary too in sight of lovers, lascivious men, a naked woman shining in her courts, she draws a toil of waters.
  80. All the Silk Worms in China toil fer ye, Susannah said, her Skin transform’d to white, her Hair to red.
  81. And yet, realizing that the drudgery of the toil was self-defeating, they delved into easy ways for a cozy life.
  82. We had no Love for putting Men in Chains to toil in the Sun, but our Ship was too small to take ’em all, alas.
  83. But the American at length found other and better fields to which, indeed, the Irishman’s toil prepared his way.
  84. He would not be there to teach his son toil and faith, and to tell him stories and discipline him when he did wrong.
  85. He can only free himself from all this by selling the products of his toil, his own labour, or that of his children.
  86. The successive generations that went out to sea from these Isles went out to toil desperately in adventurous conditions.
  87. There are many who can toil at tasks for years and lifetimes, while others need to move from task to task very quickly.
  88. In the midst of his toil there were moments during which he forgot what he was doing, and it came all easy to him, and.
  89. By dint of daily toil he earned enough to enable him to follow the college courses, and at last to enter the university.
  90. He grew up to a life of poverty and toil and neglect, and early learned what it was to be cold and hungry and sorrowful.
  91. The final stroke of success may occur suddenly and even unexpectedly, but the preparation and toil take years and years.
  92. But with his muscular arms and shoulders hardened from years of toil in the granite mines, he was possibly the strongest.
  93. By dint of toil, perseverance, courage, and will, he had managed to draw from his work about seven hundred francs a year.
  94. You plan to catch me like a sack of potatoes! Well, it will require more imagination and toil than that to win my heart.
  95. The land meant everything to KK, and over a lifetime of toil he became one of the most successful farmers in the Territory.
  96. I have pointed to my own manuscript volumes, which represent the toil of years preparatory to a work not yet accomplished.
  97. He still lives far better than anyone in this part of town, and it’s the magic that allows him that life without toil.
  98. Woman, having her own inevitable task, will never demand the right to share the toil of men in the mines and in the fields.
  99. Dr Weakling said that if some of the clergymen referred to or some of the members of the council had to exist and toil amid.
  100. It isn't such a bad thing to lead a life of hard toil and plain duty within the four corners of an honest Act of Parliament.
  1. The deckdogs are toiling hard.
  2. Were toiling upward in the night.
  3. That toiling with tools is unquestioningly Good.
  4. Grasshopper,instead of toiling and moiling in.
  5. A man toiling for his livelihood is not a free man.
  6. At last, the days of earning a living while toiling.
  7. Slowly they moved off, and were soon toiling heavily.
  8. Through moiling hours of toiling comes my memory of you.
  9. Every wrinkle on his parched face had been earned toiling on.
  10. Just a few minutes ago I was toiling away in my garden, when.
  11. Bavaria, unable to be patient with the toiling, sweaty trio behind her.
  12. But, if you speak to the workers still toiling it out in the country’s.
  13. He kept toiling away, hoping beyond hope that something would come along to.
  14. They never considered belting on swords or toiling at the disintegrated walls.
  15. All these aching creatures, thinks von Rumpel, toiling under different pressures.
  16. Ahead of him he saw the sailors toiling, spurred on by the terror that gripped them.
  17. She grew smaller, lost proportion, seemed only like a large white bird toiling forward.
  18. A blues singer who sang as if his soul had been toiling the earth’s soil for centuries.
  19. Pierre stepped out of his carriage and, passing the toiling militiamen, ascended the knoll.
  20. The floor was covered with tables piled high with paperwork over which a dozen Gnomes were toiling.
  21. She thought of Dilcey toiling family might eat, of Mammy coming to Atlanta with her to keep her from doing wrong.
  22. So after 30 months and of sweating and toiling, near bankruptcy and tremendous stress, Medusa Bar was finally completed.
  23. The looks we got from the toiling mass were indeed beseeching, and we felt obliged to return and to load theirs as well.
  24. And then we shall get a bonus and reward, for we shall be zealous in the service—oh! how we shall work, like oxen toiling in the fields.
  25. TIP! For those who love the idea of toiling in their own vegetable garden, allergies caused by mold and pollen can seem especially oppressive.
  26. By toiling like a sailor at the pump of a sinking ship, I had taken advantage to the uttermost of the respite Galloway’s help had given me.
  27. Besides they were exhausted from toiling over defence installations, filling sandbags, digging trenches, building watchtowers and hauling ammunition.
  28. A team of horses passed from Finglas with toiling plodding tread, dragging through the funereal silence a creaking waggon on which lay a granite block.
  29. Everhorn had flown into a rage at such a lack of compassion, and the minister had spent the long hunting season instead stooped and toiling in the fields.
  30. Pierre stepped out of his carriage and, passing the toiling militiamen, ascended the knoll from which, according to the doctor, the battlefield could be seen.
  31. Espying the mate drawing near as he was toiling at the pump with the rest, the Lakeman affected not to notice him, but unawed, went on with his gay banterings.
  32. It was actually two rooms, the outer one a bit smaller, the inner one with a bay window behind him overlooking a scene of Bantu laborers toiling in the fields.
  33. A workman like this—envious, grasping, toiling against his will—will never lack for food and will be happier than one, who without labor, lives upon the labor of others.
  34. If you get into broils and quarrels, do not call upon me, to leave my plough in the field, where I am toiling for the bread my children must eat, or starve, to fight your battles.
  35. She labored past midnight on both Monday and Tuesday, and with Jill out of the office, she worked through her lunch hours all week, eating takeout at her desk while toiling on various briefs.
  36. The meaning of Caprivi's speech, put into plain language, is that funds are needed, not to resist foreign foes, but to buy under-officers to be ready to act against the enslaved toiling masses.
  37. But the print quality was astounding, rich and striking, these pages laid down almost half a millennium ago, the printers in Lyon toiling late into the night, checking registration by candlelight.
  38. The Modigliani and Miller view of the fiduciary management selflessly toiling for the ideal stockholder simply does not accurately describe how all managements of public companies think and operate.
  39. In the distant east, cut off from the rest of the world by the heaving up of gigantic mountains and the forming of a chain of vast lakes, the Lemurians are toiling as slaves of their ancient masters.
  40. Here was a weary experience in which he was as utterly condemned toloneliness as in the despair which sometimes threatened him while toiling in the morass of authorship without seeming nearer to the goal.
  41. But the hours of darkness passed in peace; the men who still remained at their duty toiling hard at the pumps, whose clinking and clanking at intervals through the dreary night dismally resounded through the ship.
  42. My mind soaring in multiple directions in the stratosphere while toiling under an old pickup truck, trying desperately to fix a seized starter, while the authorities watched, applying maximum psychological pressure.
  43. His days in the city were spent training the protectors, planning improvements, toiling physically until he'd trudge back to his house exhausted, and collapse onto his bed only to awake early and continue with the same.
  44. But he had come at last to create a trust for himself out of Dorothea's nature: she could do what she resolved to do: and he willingly imagined her toiling under the fetters of a promise to erect a tomb with his name upon it.
  45. His Father, said he, had spent the better part of his Life toiling at Dictionaries for callous Booksellers, who neither paid him a Fair Share of Earnings when the Book sold, nor fail’d to blame him when it dy’d stillborn.
  46. His mother grieved to see him work so hard; she sorrowed that he was day by day toiling at the carpenter's bench earning a living for the family instead of being, as they had so fondly planned, at Jerusalem studying with the rabbis.
  47. A happy-go-lucky; neither craven nor valiant; taking perils as they came with an indifferent air; and while engaged in the most imminent crisis of the chase, toiling away, calm and collected as a journeyman joiner engaged for the year.
  48. For if the State were failing to manipulate workers into toiling and producing goods and services, then what would be the solution? One solution would be for the State to use force to dragoon the people into working and doing what it desires.
  49. But O when you reach the Open Sea—what a Change is there! One Quart of Water a Day for toiling Men—and some grow so thirsty that they drink up their whole Ration when ’tis serv’d and live the next twenty-four Hours in a Hell of Thirst.
  50. The short flare of a match (they had been kept dry in a tight tin box, though the man himself was completely wet), disclosed to the toiling Decoud the eagerness of his face, bent low over the box of the compass, and the attentive stare of his eyes.
  51. His body operated like a machine, like one of Thomas’s wonderful automata, and when he finally reached the landing at the top of the Serapeum, he realised that he had left the other three far behind, still toiling through the last third of the climb.
  52. And yet their hideous, lazy lives are supported by the degrading, excessive labour of these slaves, not to mention the labour of millions of other slaves, toiling in factories to produce samovars, silver, carriages, machines, and the like for their use.
  53. During the 10 years between the loss of the election in 1974 and the second miners’ strike in 1984, Margaret Thatcher was toiling upward in the night, considering and consolidating her power, ready for the time when there would be a reasonable prospect of victory.
  54. Immature grievances commonly expressed nowadays by students toiling over ―useless‖ Algebra and ―dated‖ languages like Latin and Greek considered unnecessary or incompatible with a student‘s career objective(s) misses the point entirely; that is to say, their functional.
  55. At last I came to the conclusion that it must be something in the nature of the life itself; the sea-life chosen blindly, embraced for the most part accidentally by those men who appeared but a loose agglomeration of individuals toiling for their living away from the eyes of mankind.
  56. The longer she lived, the more experience and observation she had of life, the greater was her wonder at the short-sightedness of men who seek enjoyment and happiness here on earth: toiling, suffering, struggling, and harming one another, to obtain that impossible, visionary, sinful happiness.
  57. Oh, my pipe! hard must it go with me if thy charm be gone! Here have I been unconsciously toiling, not pleasuring—aye, and ignorantly smoking to windward all the while; to windward, and with such nervous whiffs, as if, like the dying whale, my final jets were the strongest and fullest of trouble.
  58. So Amalek then is a demonic power that comes to steal away your spiritual life, to steal away the blessing, to steal away your life with God, and he comes at times when you are going through struggles, difficulties, misunderstandings, pressures; and you're feeling weary and toiling and straining a bit.
  59. Oh, I assure you, sir, it was a touching spectacle to see these young creatures, destined by their talents for higher stations, toiling together, and through their unwillingness to change any of the customs of their paternal house, taking six years to accomplish what less scrupulous people would have effected in two or three.
  60. But this is not done with the object of concealment: it seems to them that there is nothing to conceal; that it is a very good thing; that by this merry-making, in which the labor of thousands of toiling people is destroyed, they not only do not injure any one, but that by this very act they furnish the poor with the means of subsistence.
  61. The wooden barrack housing him and another hundred or so Americans taken prisoners in Korea had only a single small pot-bellied stove to heat it, and their Chinese captors were quite stingy with the coal they provided for it, even though the hundreds of American prisoners of war held in Manzhouli were the ones toiling day-long to extract it from the local coal mine.
  62. Here is a world force which expresses itself on land and sea, and in the heaven above; which has built itself an abode that is the wonder of man; which bids fleets go forth, transports armies, and commands in foreign senates; which restrains kings in their wrath; which feeds the peasant on the banks of the Gloire, and clothes the coolie toiling in the rice fields of Honan.
  63. His opinion was that war should be declared at once against France, England, Germany, and the United States, who, by introducing railways, mining enterprises, colonization, and under such other shallow pretences, aimed at robbing poor people of their lands, and with the help of these Goths and paralytics, the aristocrats would convert them into toiling and miserable slaves.
  64. And so we see this man, the harsh slave-driver of thousands of men, building almshouses with little gardens two yards square for the workmen broken down in toiling for him, and a bank, and a poorhouse, and a hospital—fully persuaded that he has amply expiated in this way for all the human lives morally and physically ruined by him—and calmly going on with his business, taking pride in it.
  65. It came down the main staircase in pieces, at intervals during the afternoon; huge sections of Rococo, velvet-covered cornice; the twisted, gilt and velvet columns which formed its posts; beams of unpolished wood, made not to be seen, which performed invisible structural functions below the draperies; plumes of dyed feathers, which sprang from gold- mounted ostrich eggs and crowned the canopy; finally, the mattresses with four toiling men to each.
  66. It will begin when the man of science, technologist or physician, will not consider it legal to take from people—I will not say a hundred thousand, but even a modest ten thousand, or five hundred rubles for assisting them; but when he will live among the toiling people, under the same conditions, and exactly as they do, then he will be able to apply his knowledge to the questions of mechanics, technics, hygiene, and the healing of the laboring people.
  67. And I, after the first flush of doing a good deed was over and cool reflection had resumed its sway, which it did by the time I was toiling up the hill on the way home after having been unanimously rejected as mistress by the assembled maidens, I repented; for was not Johanna now my only hope? 'Frau Meyer,' whispered Reflection in my despondent ear, 'will engage her to go to her permanently on the 1st, and she will go because of the twenty marks more salary.
  68. There is no one to-day who does not see the uselessness and injustice of collecting taxes from the toiling masses to enrich idle officials; or the senselessness of inflicting punishments on weak or depraved persons in the shape of transportation from one place to another, or of imprisonment in a fortress where, living in security and indolence, they only become weaker and more depraved; or the worse than uselessness and injustice, the positive insanity and barbarity of preparations for war and of wars, causing devastation and ruin, and having no kind of justification.
  69. The feeble fingers were never idle, and one of her pleasures was to make little things for the school children daily passing to and fro, to drop a pair of mittens from her window for a pair of purple hands, a needle-book for some small mother of many dolls, pen-wipers for young penmen toiling through forests of pothooks, scrapbooks for picture-loving eyes, and all manner of pleasant devices, till the reluctant climbers of the ladder of learning found their way strewn with flowers, as it were, and came to regard the gentle giver as a sort of fairy godmother, who sat above there, and showered down gifts miraculously suited to their tastes and needs.
  70. Fifteen years, I answered; and when they have reached fifty years of age, then let those who still survive and have distinguished themselves in every action of their lives and in every branch of knowledge come at last to their consummation: the time has now arrived at which they must raise the eye of the soul to the universal light which lightens all things, and behold the absolute good; for that is the pattern according to which they are to order the State and the lives of individuals, and the remainder of their own lives also; making philosophy their chief pursuit, but, when their turn comes, toiling also at politics and ruling for the public good, not as though they were performing some heroic action, but simply as a matter of duty; and when they have brought up in each generation others like themselves and left them in their place to be governors of the State, then they will depart to the Islands of the Blest and dwell there; and the city will give them public memorials and sacrifices and honour them, if the Pythian oracle consent, as demigods, but if not, as in any case blessed and divine.
  71. The tall farmer, bent by decades of toiling in his fields,.
  72. They saw a few farmers that were toiling their plots nearby,.
  1. She toiled to his side.
  2. When the disciples toiled all night to.
  3. Pulaski toiled up a hill, breathing heavily.
  4. I toiled under rain and shine, and paid the bill.
  5. But where's the disgrace if for bread he has toiled.
  6. On he toiled, up and up, turning this way and that.
  7. All night they toiled with the nets but caught no fish.
  8. They toiled forward along a tiny path on the river's lip.
  9. I have toiled and earned this simple yet satisfying reward.
  10. Caymus joined Ronan at his forge, and the brothers toiled through.
  11. There are men who toil at extracting gold; he toiled at the extraction of pity.
  12. Blessing wiped the sweat from her face as she toiled up the haphazard steps of stone.
  13. There was also Jeslin, who toiled day and night to provide a little comfort for the two.
  14. In front of several buildings, slaves toiled away to scrub bloodstains from steps or walls.
  15. An occasional voice could be heard to complain as they toiled onward, Will it ever end?
  16. He labored and toiled until he had amassed 250,000 francs; six years sufficed to achieve this object.
  17. We toiled all night and took nothing; however, at your bidding we will put out and let down the nets.
  18. But it was not in vain that these women toiled every weary day until exhaustion compelled them to case.
  19. Widener bravely toiled throughout the night and consoled other women who had broken down under the strain.
  20. As the crew toiled on, Laplandish speculations were bandied among them, concerning all these passing things.
  21. For many hours the travelers toiled on their laborious way, guided by a star, or following the direction of.
  22. The old man had toiled all day over his indigo plot, he was worn out with fatigue, but he rose, laid his books on the.
  23. However, he toiled on all the night without being discouraged; but after two or three hours he encountered an obstacle.
  24. Paul knew what this meant, and also knew that the words that, I’m sure, he too toiled with, had taken root and was accepted.
  25. All day he toiled on untiringly, and by the evening he had succeeded in extracting ten handfuls of plaster and fragments of stone.
  26. When he toiled up the farther ramp and came out upon the crest, he breathed a gusty sigh of relief and stood Yasmina upon her feet.
  27. He could not but recall how feebly, and with what frequent pauses for breath, he had toiled over the same ground, only two days before.
  28. Finally, he remembered the orphans, the ebb and flow of their life as they toiled, played, and sometimes with only great effort survived.
  29. The last ten centuries have toiled at it without being able to bring it to a termination, any more than they have been able to finish Paris.
  30. All thru Nightday and well into Dawnsleep she paced the deck while the darkrunner toiled in foul winds thru Shipping Cut and the Grand Canal.
  31. Across the room, they had faced a phalanx of expensive Castrate lawyers who toiled daily in the murky world of the federal black lung system.
  32. She worked, sweated and toiled at that restaurant through the long evenings whilst Janice (Rick’s ex-girlfriend) was clubbing with her mates.
  33. While the other apostles toiled against the wind and the waves, Peter dreamed a dream; he saw a vision of Jesus coming to them walking on the sea.
  34. She let her mind wander as her hands toiled in the hot water, scrubbing the pans and revelling in the satisfaction of making clean order out of dirty chaos.
  35. The road took us farther and farther away from it as we toiled slowly up between cornfields, crammed on that poor soil with poppies and marguerites and chickory.
  36. Thus he toiled without intermission, and on the seventh day the spirit of the sea grew alarmed lest the man should dip the sea dry, and so he brought him his pearl.
  37. And where would a priest of Set carry it but to Stygia? The blacks sensed his eagerness, and toiled as they had never toiled under the lash, though ignorant of his goal.
  38. Under the cover of these natural advantages, they toiled their way, with patient industry, until the scout pronounced that he believed it would be safe once more to land.
  39. Peter, God’s been dealing with me to strike out on my own, and I’ve toiled with it for the past couple of days, and now know that that’s what I’m supposed to do.
  40. It is the thought that you came this long way, toiled up this long hill, waited those long hours, all to see someone who is glad to have missed you, that makes me want to.
  41. It is the sum of the lives of billions of anonymous people who loved, hoped, toiled, suffered and without whom all those kings and emperors would have accomplished nothing.
  42. As we drove, I could feel my northward progress reversing itself—all the miles I’d toiled to gain, lost in less than an hour—and yet to be in that car was a kind of heaven.
  43. From this western camp, shadowed all day by cliff and wall until the sun began to sink towards the forest, day by day they toiled in parties searching for paths up the mountain-side.
  44. Argos was at peace; laden ox-wains rumbled along the road, and men with bare, brown, brawny arms toiled in orchards and fields that smiled away under the branches of the roadside trees.
  45. He knew everyone that was anyone, which in itself opened many doors for him, from the social elite to the lowly rural farmers who toiled in the fields alongside him during his time off.
  46. Often he would be surrounded by an eager circle, all waiting to be served; holding boat-spades, pike-heads, harpoons, and lances, and jealously watching his every sooty movement, as he toiled.
  47. Silent, slow, and solemn; bowing over still further his chronically broken back, he toiled away, as if toil were life itself, and the heavy beating of his hammer the heavy beating of his heart.
  48. That was especially true on their southern edge, where the ex-miners had toiled away for two and a half months, and the result was a three-thousand-yard tunnel extending into them from the south.
  49. It was difficult and dangerous moving in the night in the pathless land; but slowly and with much stumbling the two hobbits toiled on hour by hour northward along the eastern edge of the stony valley.
  50. And perhaps, had he toiled hard enough and sacrificed enough of his self his many loved ones would have erected a monument of his very own to stand for all time as an indication of his benevolent existence.
  51. And for months thereafter a stream of scarecrows, bearded, ragged, footsore and always hungry, toiled up the red hill to Tara and came to rest on the shady front steps, wanting food and a night’s lodging.
  52. Now, at some later time the good farmer (everybody knew he meant Michaud) has toiled mightily in his fields under the hot sun of the day and after many hours of labor pauses to rest upon the newly plowed earth.
  53. For the past year and a half the square had been a huge construction site as scores of architects, surveyors and workmen toiled around the clock to get it ready for the Olympic Games a little over six months away.
  54. This article was followed by a deadly silence about the book both in the press and in conversation, and Sergey Ivanovitch saw that his six years’ task, toiled at with such love and labor, had gone, leaving no trace.
  55. A farmer doesn’t plant his seeds in the winter expecting a bountiful harvest; instead, the Farmer plants in the spring, knowing that in the fall he will reap the benefits of that over which he has toiled and labored.
  56. The same L——n struggled with hunger for some time before he was sent into exile, and toiled to earn his daily bread simply because he did not care to comply with the requests of his rich father, which he considered unjust.
  57. It is cold and toiled in appearance and black and jagged in color, and into the air it extends like a great chasm that has been inverted from the earth and spirals constantly as if it is a strand of matter that makes up all things.
  58. Spence for the sum of ten dollars, when his father wanted him to work in the field, he toiled slowly on, step by step, winning honor and respect, and loved by his teachers as, perhaps, few students of Fisk University were ever loved.
  59. We toiled on through the thick bush and gullies and I noticed that some of the bushes down here looked like gorse but with thorns that were a damn sight bigger than any gorse bush I had seen at home and that scratched the hell out of you.
  60. You know, if you are a true mother, that not only has nobody seen and praised your labour, considering that it is only what ought to be, but even those for whom you toiled are not only ungrateful to you, but often torment and reproach you.
  61. A never-ceasing from the trains, made the mud and confusion worse as they toiled in and struggled out, line of army wagons and ambulances, loading and unloading supplies and wounded drivers swearing, mules plunging and mud spattering for yards.
  62. It has been referred to in better language than I can give, but Brother Powell was indefatigable; he knew no rest; when he toiled until the string snapped he would go down into a sickness that lasted usually just six days; then he would rise as quickly.
  63. Oh, Ashley! Where was he tonight while she toiled down this haunted road with his wife and baby? Was he alive and did he think of her as he lay behind the bars at Rock hundreds of other Confederates? Island? Or was he dead of smallpox months ago, rotting in some long ditch with.
  64. She stood a minute looking at the party vanishing above, and as Demi's short plaid legs toiled up the last stair, a sudden sense of loneliness came over her so strongly that she looked about her with dim eyes, as if to find something to lean upon, for even Teddy had deserted her.
  65. Here and there I see what takes me at once as noble—something that I might compare with the Alban Mountains or the sunset from the Pincian Hill; but that makes it the greater pity that there is so little of the best kind among all that mass of things over which men have toiled so.
  66. An occasional voice could be heard to complain as they toiled onward, “Will it ever end?” Some complained, “We’ll never get out of Egypt this way!” Others moaned “How much farther south must we go?” And still others, “The end of the Great South Sea must be north of us already!”.
  67. And now, as we eighteen men with our thirty-six arms, and one hundred and eighty thumbs and fingers, slowly toiled hour after hour upon that inert, sluggish corpse in the sea; and it seemed hardly to budge at all, except at long intervals; good evidence was hereby furnished of the enormousness of the mass we moved.
  68. So once more the sail was shortened, and everything passed nearly as on the previous night; only, the sound of hammers, and the hum of the grindstone was heard till nearly daylight, as the men toiled by lanterns in the complete and careful rigging of the spare boats and sharpening their fresh weapons for the morrow.
  69. I watched them with envy, and silently toiled to become proficient in French, to bow gracefully and without looking at the person whom I was saluting, to gain dexterity in small-talk and dancing, to cultivate indifference and ennui, and to keep my fingernails well trimmed (though I frequently cut my finger-ends with the scissors in so doing).
  70. Madame Defarge and monsieur her husband returned amicably to the bosom of Saint Antoine, while a speck in a blue cap toiled through the darkness, and through the dust, and down the weary miles of avenue by the wayside, slowly tending towards that point of the compass where the chateau of Monsieur the Marquis, now in his grave, listened to the whispering trees.
  71. Thus relieved of a grievous load, I from that hour set to work afresh, resolved to pioneer my way through every difficulty: I toiled hard, and my success was proportionate to my efforts; my memory, not naturally tenacious, improved with practice; exercise sharpened my wits; in a few weeks I was promoted to a higher class; in less than two months I was allowed to commence French and drawing.
  72. She took a wherry across the river to the Southwark side where the warehouse was situated, strolling along the lanes behind the Shakespearean theatre where herb gardens, supplying the nearby centre for the Herbmasters, occupied neat little patches of ground carefully tended by a cadre of gotteswomen specially trained for the purpose, the purple outfits of their calling showing up clearly as they toiled amongst the neat rows of plants.
  73. In our troubled days we have toiled laboriously and experienced every trouble and met with much evil and been consumed; And have become few and our spirit small; And we have been destroyed and have not found any to help us even with a word: We have been tortured and destroyed and not hoped to see life from day today; We hoped to be the head and have become the tail; We have toiled laboriously and had no satisfaction in our toil; And we have become the food of the sinners and the unrighteous; And they have laid their yoke heavily on us.
  74. In our troubled days we have toiled laboriously and experienced every trouble, and met with much evil and been consumed; And have become few and our spirit small; And we have been destroyed and have not found any to help us even with a word: We have been tortured and destroyed, and not hoped to see life from day today; We hoped to be the head and have become the tail; We have toiled laboriously and had no satisfaction in our toil; And we have become the food of the sinners and the unrighteous; And they have laid their yoke heavily on us.
  75. He recalled his former companions: how wretched they were; they rose at dawn, and toiled until night; hardly were they permitted to sleep; they lay on camp beds, where nothing was tolerated but mattresses two inches thick, in rooms which were heated only in the very harshest months of the year; they were clothed in frightful red blouses; they were allowed, as a great favor, linen trousers in the hottest weather, and a woollen carter's blouse on their backs when it was very cold; they drank no wine, and ate no meat, except when they went on fatigue duty.
  76. How could shècomfort Father and Mother' when her own heart ached with a ceaseless longing for her sister, how could shèmake the house cheerful' when all its light and warmth and beauty seemed to have deserted it when Beth left the old home for the new, and where in all the world could shèfind some useful, happy work to do', that would take the place of the loving service which had been its own reward? She tried in a blind, hopeless way to do her duty, secretly rebelling against it all the while, for it seemed unjust that her few joys should be lessened, her burdens made heavier, and life get harder and harder as she toiled along.
  77. And when the multitude gathered to him to hear the word of God while he was standing on the shore of the sea of Gennesaret he saw two boats standing beside the sea while the two fishers which were gone out of them were washing their nets; And one of them belonged to Simon Cephas; And Jesus went up and sat down in it and commanded that they should move away a little from the land into 52 the water; And he sat down and taught the multitudes from the boat; And when he had left off his speaking he said to Simon Put out into the deep and throw your net for a draught; And Simon answered and said to him My Master we toiled all night and caught nothing; now at your word I will throw the net; And when they did this there were enclosed a great many fishes; and their net was on the point of breaking; And they beckoned to their comrades that were in the other boat to come and help them; And when they came they filled both boats so that they were on the point of sinking.
  1. He is completely tangled in her toils.
  2. Because of earthly toils and care;.
  3. Vain toils! their impious folly dared to prey.
  4. Be it through toils and heartache long and late;.
  5. He saw every step which I took to draw my toils round him.
  6. Toils and tears identifies with the flag of mafia flying to the end.
  7. More, he spoke of the future, in which their toils would be rewarded.
  8. Doesn’t he himself say later that the man who thinks of and toils.
  9. For a guy who toils on building sites I can be touched with genius at times!.
  10. We too, therefore, eat bread from the toils of the saints; we live and have our being out of their.
  11. He had got her completely into his toils and had become as necessary to her as the air she breathed.
  12. But my toils now drew near a close, and in two months from this time I reached the environs of Geneva.
  13. We are held fast in the toils of officialdom and red tape, and too rude a shock would be needed to set us free.
  14. The Greeks wept for joy when they beheld the Mediterranean from the hills of Asia, and hailed with rapture the boundary of their toils.
  15. And there should also be toils and pains and conflicts prescribed for them, in which they will be made to give further proof of the same qualities.
  16. I was like a wild beast that had broken the toils, destroying the objects that obstructed me and ranging through the wood with a stag-like swiftness.
  17. Such a mother will teach, not that which will enable her son and her daughter to rid themselves of labor, but that which will help them to endure the toils of life.
  18. The proletarian peasant woman, who toils by the day, turns round when the diligence passes by, the peasant proprietress, who toils in her field, does not turn round.
  19. MOST EVERY OTHER AFTERNOON that summer, Will and Cate have been parked in aftercare, while Mom toils away at the office to save Grandpa, and Dad does whatever Dad does.
  20. It would seem that the bees could never escape from their position, just as it seems that worldly men, caught in the toils of the state conception of life, can never escape.
  21. He is learning how to plan for the achievement of a higher and distant goal of idealism while he toils earnestly for the attainment of a nearer and immediate goal of necessity.
  22. Tom kept his ears open when idlers sauntered out of the courtroom, but invariably heard distressing news—the toils were closing more and more relentlessly around poor Potter.
  23. And yet, forsooth, we are now furnished with a decree dated in April preceding, but not issued until we are so entangled in French toils, that war with Great Britain was inevitable.
  24. Externals have a great effect on the young: I thought that a fairer era of life was beginning for me, one that was to have its flowers and pleasures, as well as its thorns and toils.
  25. A very different ideal of womanhood is held up by Plato to the world; she is to be the companion of the man, and to share with him in the toils of war and in the cares of government.
  26. Fanny felt the advantage; and, drawing back from the toils of civility, would have been again most happy, could she have kept her eyes from wandering between Edmund and Mary Crawford.
  27. That fish, that drastic sturgeon, flounders and flips about all day in an ocean of silliness and frippery whilst the rest of the world toils hard for dinner and a roof over their head.
  28. And will our pupils, when they hear this, refuse to take their turn at the toils of State, when they are allowed to spend the greater part of their time with one another in the heavenly light?
  29. He, too, was in the toils of an imaginative existence, and that strange work of pulling a lighter seemed to belong naturally to the inception of a new state, acquired an ideal meaning from his love for Antonia.
  30. One inscription that he left was in these words: Prepare! Your toils only begin; wrap yourself in furs and provide food, for we shall soon enter upon a journey where your sufferings will satisfy my everlasting hatred.
  31. The Field-Marshal expressed astonishment at the ease with which Napoleon had been induced to stay in Moscow and encouraged in his absurd hopes of concluding an honourable peace, when he was helplessly caught in the toils.
  32. It is in the faubourgs, above all, we maintain, that the Parisian race appears; there is the pure blood; there is the true physiognomy; there this people toils and suffers, and suffering and toil are the two faces of man.
  33. The American seaman has a home on the land, a domicil, a wife and children, to whom he is attached, to whom he is in the habit of returning after his voyages; with whom he spends, sometimes, a long vacation from the toils of maritime life.
  34. How finely dines the labor that picked the cotton? How many hours toils the emigre to logo your towel? How many farms flooded, how many father's suicided, to provide the desperate fingers to sew the trendy labels that dressed my latest ego?
  35. If the veil of melancholy over those adorable features had not still appeared to the young man as the last trace of the weird drama in whose toils that mysterious child was struggling, he could have believed that Christine was not its heroine at all.
  36. Then he was again led somewhere still blindfold, and as they went along he was told allegories of the toils of his pilgrimage, of holy friendship, of the Eternal Architect of the universe, and of the courage with which he should endure toils and dangers.
  37. Then he was again led somewhere still blindfolded, and as they went along he was told allegories of the toils of his pilgrimage, of holy friendship, of the Eternal Architect of the universe, and of the courage with which he should endure toils and dangers.
  38. I saw my life as a whole: I followed it up from the days of childhood, when I had walked with my father's hand, and through the self-denying toils of my professional life, to arrive again and again, with the same sense of unreality, at the damned horrors of the evening.
  39. Though he was a prominent figure with the local law enforcement, they still viewed him as being from a social class much lower than their own and largely resented his intrusion upon their otherwise relaxing evening in their world far removed from the manual toils of everyday life.
  40. The old man has intentionally sent her farther away than the rest, to rake near the cocks of hay, so that she may not keep in line with the others; but she does not fall in with this arrangement, and she toils on as long as the others do, with the same death-like, gloomy countenance.
  41. Could he have been expected? And had Providence, in its care for the righteous cause of mothers, brought her here just in time to save him from this girl's toils? The girl's indifference could not be real; and if it was not, her good acting only betrayed the depths of her experience and balefulness.
  42. With horror he remembered the first year of his marriage, before he had succeeded in obtaining a transfer to another city, and was compelled to meet the woman he detested; compelled also to meet his father-in-law, a wise and honorable old man, who had fallen so completely into the toils of this crafty woman.
  43. A scheme has, therefore, been devised, by which, without any embarrassment on this intricate point, the continuance and enforcement of non-intercourse may be insured, and toils, acceptable to France, woven by the hands of our own Administration, spread over almost the only remaining avenue of our commercial hope.
  44. I burnt for the more active life of the world—for the more exciting toils of a literary career—for the destiny of an artist, author, orator; anything rather than that of a priest: yes, the heart of a politician, of a soldier, of a votary of glory, a lover of renown, a luster after power, beat under my curate’s surplice.
  45. By the last paragraph of the above letter of the Minister of the Finances, it would seem that the Emperor and King has shut his eyes upon past engagements, and referred all that concerns us to the second day of February, when new toils are to be spread, as is to be presumed, for the unsuspecting, credulous, and confiding American merchant and navigator.
  46. Straightway it will come to pass that she will fix her eyes upon the knight and he his upon her, and each will seem to the other something more divine than human, and, without knowing how or why they will be taken and entangled in the inextricable toils of love, and sorely distressed in their hearts not to see any way of making their pains and sufferings known by speech.
  47. Now the recollection of former toils had disenchanted him of ambition, and he went about for a considerable time in search of the life of a private man who had no cares; he had some difficulty in finding this, which was lying about and had been neglected by everybody else; and when he saw it, he said that he would have done the same had his lot been first instead of last, and that he was delighted to have it.
  48. You know this, when, immediately after this torture, without respite, without a break, you undertake another series of toils and sufferings,—nursing,—in which process you at one and the same time deny yourselves, and subdue to your feelings the very strongest human need, that of sleep, which, as the proverb says, is dearer than father or mother; and for months and years you never get a single sound, unbroken might’s rest, and sometimes, nay, often, you do not sleep at all for a period of several nights in succession, but with failing arms you walk alone, punishing the sick child who is breaking your heart.
  49. He said to himself with a sort of joy that—it was certainly the least he could do; that it was an expiation;—that, had it not been for that, he would have been punished in some other way and later on for his impious indifference towards his father, and such a father! that it would not have been just that his father should have all the suffering, and he none of it; and that, in any case, what were his toils and his destitution compared with the colonel's heroic life? that, in short, the only way for him to approach his father and resemble him, was to be brave in the face of indigence, as the other had been valiant before the enemy; and that that was, no doubt, what the colonel had meant to imply by the words: He will be worthy of it.
  50. I am, therefore, in a measure constrained to follow that road, and by it I must travel in spite of all the world, and it will be labour in vain for you to urge me to resist what heaven wills, fate ordains, reason requires, and, above all, my own inclination favours; for knowing as I do the countless toils that are the accompaniments of knight-errantry, I know, too, the infinite blessings that are attained by it; I know that the path of virtue is very narrow, and the road of vice broad and spacious; I know their ends and goals are different, for the broad and easy road of vice ends in death, and the narrow and toilsome one of virtue in life, and not transitory life, but in that which has no end; I know, as our great Castilian poet says, that--.
  51. Are not you 4 better than they? Who of you when he tries is able to add to his stature one 5 cubit? If then you are not able for a small thing why are you anxious about the 7 rest? Consider the wild lily how it grows although it toils not nor spins; and I say to you that Solomon in the greatness of his glory was not clothed like one of 8 them; And if God so clothe the grass of the field which today is and tomorrow 9 is throw into the oven how much more shall be to you O you of little faith! Be not anxious so as to say What shall we eat? or What shall we drink? or With what shall we be clothed? Neither let your minds be perplexed in this: all these things the nations of the world seek; and your Father which is in heaven knows your need of all these things.
  52. He got himself dressed at last, and then, slowly, for he was sorely bruised and could not go fast, he proceeded to the stable, followed by all who were present, and going up to Dapple embraced him and gave him a loving kiss on the forehead, and said to him, not without tears in his eyes, "Come along, comrade and friend and partner of my toils and sorrows; when I was with you and had no cares to trouble me except mending your harness and feeding your little carcass, happy were my hours, my days, and my years; but since I left you, and mounted the towers of ambition and pride, a thousand miseries, a thousand troubles, and four thousand anxieties have entered into my soul;" and all the while he was speaking in this strain he was fixing the pack-saddle on the ass, without a word from anyone.
  53. I see the heroes at other toils,.

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