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A harsh lockdown, one of the strictest in the world, created a humanitarian crisis of its own, pushing millions of migrant workers to take arduous journeys back home on foot.
When changes concern the matter of how we mark off our identities, though, any alteration would be extremely arduous and require more than education.
Smith played in his first game since his devastating injury, completing an arduous comeback and withstanding a brutal sack from Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald.
First, we didn’t try to stand up an entirely new educational program on our own, which almost certainly would be a long, arduous process that may not meet the differing needs of academic institutions around the world.
After seventeen surgeries, a life-threatening infection, a lost season and months of arduous rehab, Smith returned to the field in October.
Indeed, 'we have laid upon him various arduous tasks touching the state of the country, and especially its tranquillity.'
But Samuel Adams, who thought "nothing should be despaired of," took upon himself the performance of this arduous task.
Sir Edward Bruce, after an arduous struggle, had taken a firm grip of Galloway by the end of 1308.
Nature seems still to wish to keep the young and blushing girl apart from that connection which entails grave and arduous duties.
Though Weston was more or less accustomed to the work, he found the first few hours sufficiently arduous.
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