hard graft

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hard graft

n by sheer hard graftlavorando da matti
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AUTO BOAST The motor industry has achieved high levels of productivity through sheer hard graft, hard-won investment and a culture that demands continuous improvement and innovation, according to a business leader.
But maybe this is what Grealish needs - a reminder that nothing other than hard graft, dedication and a determination to improve will give him the opportunity to play on the game's grandest stages.
The hard graft has clearly paid off, and manager Garry Monk believes Gomis is in peak shape.
TEENAGERS put in some hard graft to make a difference in Mirfield.
The Leinster centre, who suffered chronic groin injuries, believes hard graft has dragged him back from the brink of premature retirement to a starting berth in tomorrow's Six Nations finale against Scotland.
There's a lot of hard work and a lot of hard graft to become the team that we want to become.
We need to knuckle down to some hard graft and get on with it.
The Hard Graft accessory line-up presents a bespoke collection of three different cases to protect B&O PLAY's award-winning, stylish over-ear headphones BeoPlay H6, sleek and lightweight Form 2i headphones, and state-of-the-art, robust earphone BeoPlay H3.
Five years ago the striker was earning PS50 a week at Poole Town while putting in hard graft on building sites.
Brian Halford With Wolves Kenny: Hard graft is key to success WOLVES manager Kenny Jackett has pinpointed his players' impressive work ethic as a big factor behind their drive to escape League One at the first attempt this season.
But in the end it was good oldfashioned hard graft that kept Tel's side sitting top six games in.
A family drama about a pendant, a shilling, hard graft, growing pains, love and loss, Jordan's style warmly envelops her reader into a world of panache and grace.