hard graft

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hard graft

n by sheer hard graftlavorando da matti
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WATFORD new boy Orestis Karnezis believes hard graft is the answer to the team's problems.
But Archie knows it will take hard graft starting at Kilmarnock tomorrow to repeat the feat.
The message needs to get through to Sir Richard Branson on his luxury island retreat in the sunshine that those who are financing his lifestyle through their hard graft have had enough and are prepared to fight for justice in their workplaces.
You were in a class of your own - a special breed of entertainer from a generation that knew a thing or two about showmanship, hard graft and chivalry.
LUCAS LEIVA believes hard graft on the training field paid off in Liverpool's gutsy 1-0 victory at West Brom on Sunday.
their hard graft / plums / nectarines / a child we never spoke of /
They will also have inspired a few tears as you remember those wonderful nans, nins, and granddads whose hard graft - not just on the barrows, but in many tough jobs - enabled families to come through the toughest of times.
A group of green-fingered volunteers are enjoying the first summer of transformation after a winter of hard graft at a former nature site in Acklam.
You look at it and you think "aww, I wish that was us" but at the end of the day they put in the hard graft and they had the likes of [Riyad] Mahrez and [Jamie] Vardy on fire as well.
Despite such an overload of responsibility and hard graft, 97% of mums say it's the best job in the world.
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.
We need to knuckle down to some hard graft and get on with it.