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What viewers don’t see is all the dog-adoption paperwork, the trials and tribulations of getting the right kind of dog to the right kind of home.

To understand the trials and tribulations of iAd, here’s a closer look at the pitch deck the company used in 2015 to loosen advertisers’ pursestrings.

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Monday’s result sets itself a little apart from the volatility of the 2020 college football season as a whole, and it will probably be easy to think of this Bama team separately from the trials and tribulations of playing in a pandemic.

The tribulations of 2020 forced advertisers into an often improvisational cycle of testing, learning and iterating that has accelerated the pace of change in the TV landscape.

From Digiday

Solarpunk just might be the cultural movement we deserve in the midst of our ongoing trials and tribulations.

You are trapped, lost in a great tribulation—fitna—and most likely wondering how to get out without betraying your religion.

The rest of them would be left behind for a period of tribulation that was going to end five months later—on October 21, 2011.

But there are those who believe that humans have a role to play in the Tribulation.

For those holding these beliefs, the main curb to violent action rests in their understanding of how the Tribulation begins.

How fervent their prayers for their companions in tribulation, when they themselves stood in jeopardy every hour!

In her tribulation she hurried to her fellow servants and informed them of her startling discovery.

The primitive believers, in the midst of their manifold persecutions, rejoiced even in tribulation.

And there was a great tribulation in Israel, such as was not since the day, that there was no prophet seen in Israel.

For instance, my oldest brother was born in a year when the crops failed, and they called him 'Tribulation.'

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On this page you'll find 99 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tribulation, such as: adversity, grief, heartache, misery, misfortune, and woe.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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