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  • effort — noun Etymology: Middle French, from Old French esforz, esfort, from esforcier to force, from ex + forcier to force Date: 15th century 1. conscious exertion of power ; hard work < a job requiring time and effort > 2. a serious attempt ; try …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • extraordinary physical effort — As the term applies in a statute prescribing a maximum and minimum age limit for certain positions in the civil service requiring extraordinary physical effort, a physical effort of long duration or an effort involving extraordinary exertion at… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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  • Gun violence in the United States — is associated with the majority of homicides and over half the suicides.cite web |url= |title=Self inflicted Injury/Suicide |publisher=National Center for Health Statistics |accessdate=2006 11 06] cite… …   Wikipedia

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  • extraordinary fees — Attorneys fees claimed in the administration of a dead person s estate for work beyond normal estate administration, including filing collection suits, preparing tax returns, or requiring unusual effort beneficial to the estate. This claim is in… …   Law dictionary

  • easy — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. comfortable, restful, indolent, unconcerned, untroubled; free, unembarrassed, careless, smooth, unconstrained, natural, graceful; effortless (see facility); mild, gentle, indulgent; tractable,… …   English dictionary for students

  • hard-fought — adjective requiring great effort (Freq. 1) a hard fought primary • Similar to: ↑difficult, ↑hard * * * hardˈ fought adjective Determinedly contested • • • Main Entry: ↑hard * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • active — actively, adv. activeness, n. /ak tiv/, adj. 1. engaged in action; characterized by energetic work, participation, etc.; busy: an active life. 2. being in a state of existence, progress, or motion: active hostilities. 3. involving physical effort …   Universalium

  • difficult — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Hard to achieve] Syn. laborious, hard, arduous, strenuous, demanding, exacting, hard won, stiff, heavy, painful, labored, trying, titanic, bothersome, troublesome, burdensome, backbreaking, not easy, wearisome, onerous,… …   English dictionary for students

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