# his task in a sentence

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he had not seen this as **his task**.

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**His task** as dean was a complicated one.

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**His task** was to "Bolshevise" the KPRP.

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Aided by these figures, he commenced **his task**.

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**His task** in this war has been well done.

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**His task** was formidable;

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They agreed and he set about **his task**.

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but he did not complete **his task**.

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Grawitz took a radical approach to **his task**.

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**His task** was to create a Turkish folk scene.

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it was **his task** to improve the relationship.

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**His task** was not easy;

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In the evening, he set to **his task**.

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**His task** was to get it finished and he did.

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**His task** was simply to organize the meetings.

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He died having almost completed **his task**.

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Agent 23 makes it **his task** to find out why.

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Willow adds her magic to **his task**;

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**His task** over, Shankar asks Goga to leave;

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This would have to be **his task**, he felt;

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How he accomplishes **his task** forms the crux.

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She helps him in **his task**.

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The series ends before he is given **his task**.

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Meanwhile, Khalujaan has **his task** cut out.

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**His task** in Verona was to fortify the city.

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Evidently **his task** was a labour of love."

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Kibalnikov fulfilled **his task** brilliantly.

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He started **his task** on 1 May 2017.

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they are returned when he completes **his task**.

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Therefore, **his task** was to prove the form.

# Some Words

- his tunes
- his lyre
- Pindar's odes
- a mortal
- their assistant
- three snakes
- the sections
- its way
- the portion
- Aeacus's descendants
- the Aeacidae
- Laomedon's rule
- his great grandson
- the wooden horse
- the downfall
- the wages
- their feet
- the unpaid labour
- the insults
- a pestilence
- the sea monster
- his daughter
- a lover
- a nymph
- the Greek king
- Apollo's priest Chryses
- the Greek encampment
- the girl
- the anger
- the aegis
- his father's command
- great terror
- his war cry
- the soldiers
- Aphrodite
- Pergamos
- Sarpedon
- Agenor
- Polydamas
- Glaucus