Thesaurus / litany
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The audit from the safety commission, an independent agency Congress created two years ago to oversee Metrorail safety after a litany of problems, had wide-ranging effects.

Between the Q4 rush, the abbreviated weeks due to bank holidays, and having to juggle a litany of “real world” holiday prep, the holidays for people like you and me often leave us feeling like we have more work than there are hours in the day.

I put it through a litany of tests on resource-hungry apps with advanced graphics and lots of on-screen action, and it didn’t flinch.

“Our strength is in solidarity,” they say in the video, which also has English subtitles, and which features a litany of tech industry workers, many of whom say that state harassment could lead to the destruction of the tech industry in Belarus.

The Sydney-based outfit started in 1975 and quickly accrued a litany of world firsts—first commercial cycling trips in China, first commercial descent of Tasmania’s Franklin River, first group treks in Mongolia.

The Mass was concluded and the litany, a "Miserere," sounded pathetically from the voices which trembled with cold.

If she had not done or could not do that, then the vicar, so Jimmy hinted, ought to give up saying the Litany.

The Smuggler's CaveGeorge A. Birmingham

This man is a bit ridiculous, tranquilly pursuing his existence, daily adding a page to his litany of death's delights.

Satires in the form of a litany were common from 1646 to 1746, and even later.

They prayed for the cause of missions in their Sunday Litany.


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