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Nothing is achieved without effort.
I want to work from the taxpayers' point of view.
Ladies and Gentlemen, thanks to your untiring efforts our hideout is finally complete!!
You're considerate, but don't you think you should work a little more at understanding the subtleties of the human mind?
What I want from Mr Hayashi is the effort required for his actions to live up to his words.
His success is attributed more to hard work than to genius.
Years of effort came to nothing.
I tried to get good marks.
It is not true that both of the parents tried hard in search of their daughter.
Tom's efforts to open a clothing store went up in smoke.
The extra effort raised his blood pressure above normal.
Many efforts have been make to develop market for imports.
Your dream of becoming a baseball player will come true if you try hard.
I do not want to exert myself in vain.
I've steeled myself to face a certain amount of sacrifice, effort and hardship if that's what it takes to fulfill my dream.
I'll make an effort to get up early every morning.
Effort is essential to studying.
I'm afraid all my efforts to help her will be to no purpose.
I'm afraid all my efforts to help her will be to no purpose.
I think all my efforts to help her will just be a waste of my time.

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