Thesaurus / endeavoring

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Among his best-known endeavors was carving a “Wooden Boulder” and leaving it to slide over years toward the Celtic Sea.

He hopes fans will continue to support his artistic endeavors, and the foundation’s efforts to give foster youth a brighter future.

More than 50 nations designate an official in the top ranks of government whose portfolio includes nurturing artistic endeavors.

In an endeavor deal, an advertiser commits to spend a certain amount of money over the course of the year, as with a traditional upfront deal.

The whole world should be behind this mission and this endeavor.

As with any good sufferfest, it comes to feel like a meaningful endeavor but stands on its own as an entertaining journey that you might be glad not to be a part of.

Freeman is now endeavoring to raise money to make the purchase.

"I'll teach you how if you want to learn," said Elizabeth, endeavoring to show a return of the kindly offer.

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Some citizens were shot on opening the doors, others in endeavoring to escape.

With this recognized as a fact, was he justified in endeavoring to win Naida Gillis for himself?

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