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1 Not because he would suddenly have ceased to believe in his mission-he was too enlightened to be a skeptic-but because death for others is harder to bear than one's own death.
2 By allowing work to fit best with employees’ life schedule, you increase the chances that they’ll be motivated to work harder while they are at work and to do their best to make their schedule work.
3 headmistress explains that as a woman, it is harder for her to get her message across to Maasai tribes.
4 America is likely to press harder for Pakistan to tackle other extremist groups on its soil, such as Lashkar-e-Taiba, which is thought to have been behind the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks.
5 Doing all this will require not just new policies but a new spirit of service and sacrifice, where each of us resolves to pitch in and work harder and look after not only ourselves, but each other.
6 Now I've found it harder to agree with the policies of any one party.
7 What would you do if your wallet became harder to open as your spending approached or exceeded your budget?
8 What would you do if your wallet became harder to open as your spending approached or exceeded your budget? Would you think twice about where your money was going?
9 focus on process and targets ordained from on high makes it harder to be flexible and innovative or to take advantage of enterprising locals.
10 Radioactive steam will still bubble up to the top of the water in the containment vessel, but will be harder to vent as the systems for doing so in an orderly manner are now underwater.
11 sea would not become so acidic that shells would actually dissolve, but the extra acidity would mean making them was harder work, which might upset the oceanic ecosystem quite badly.
12 It makes PCs harder - if not impossible - to upgrade, and it means if one component breaks - a graphic card, or the display - the whole thing's got to be hauled in to repair.
13 They worked harder to confirm for themselves that they really did belong. Often the most insecure of them were also the most brilliant.
14 He'll catch up on lost time by working harder.
15 That may not look particularly difficult, but it gets harder when you need to add the next component, either to the right of the first or below it.
16 If OMG does drop out, instead of ragging excuses and bashing them, they should just encourage them to try harder next time, and they would improve.
17 I looked harder and longer, as my eyes got used to the solid black wall, I wondered if an unknown person for an unknown reason had draped a black blanket over our door.
18 I started shaking my legs.The bars shuck with me, and with them shaking there was a noise.I shuck harder.
19 itself, each would be inadequate. Together, however, they offer enough protection-and have the advantage that it is much harder for a disease to defeat four or five separate defences than just one.
20 Our brains effortlessly conjure up an imaginary world of spirits, gods and monsters, and the more insecure we feel, the harder it is to resist the pull of this supernatural world.
21 was to distort an enemy submarine commander’s perception of the ship’s size, shape, range, heading and speed, so as to make it harder to hit with the non-homing torpedoes of the period.
22 idea was to distort an enemy submarine commander's perception of the ship's size, shape, range, heading and speed, so as to make it harder to hit with the non-homing torpedoes of the period.
23 Women teachers may also unwittingly perpetuate low expectations of boys' academic achievement and encourage girls to work harder by letting them think they are cleverer.
24 Girls think they are cleverer, more successful and harder working than boys from as young as four, a study has found.
25 If you don't get on the ball and starts studying harder, you're going to flunk.
26 If you don't get on the ball and start studying harder, you're going to flunk.
27 result, potential output can temporarily diverge from its underlying trends, making it even harder to estimate.
28 You can get an e-book of Dan Brown or Jane Austen, but books that are neither very old nor very new are harder to find.
29 Now researchers in Russia say the quest for the sun's siblings will be even harder because the Milky Way's spiral arms have tossed the stars to and fro.
30 Harder words are more like items at the bottom of a box-we must rifle through the items we use more often to reach the buried rarity.