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Getting a vaccine through clinical trials and approved by the Food and Drug Administration is a tedious, expensive, and time-consuming process.
Mic standHolding a microphone is fun when you’re pretending to host a game show, but it gets tedious during a staff meeting.
You begin by collecting evidence, picking up or examining items around you, but the process is tedious.
Everything was happening on some sort of screen, and the tedious video engagements and text messages often left her frustrated.
However, in a crowd of 30 million company pages, to stand out and grow your brand is undoubtedly a tedious task.
The observances of the table had one merit in the Fumbally household; they were conducted with no unnecessary tediousness.
Formerly, too, the major had also excelled mightily in miscellaneous conversation, dominating it by sheer weight of tediousness.
The sameness, the humdrum tediousness of the everyday life drives them to the city.
THE AMERICAN COUNTRY GIRLMARTHA FOOTE CROW
I would rather bear tediousness, dear, than have time made short by such means as have shortened mine.
Reference to his watch at short intervals intensified their duration, added gall to their tediousness.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN

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