hard graft

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hard graft

n by sheer hard graftlavorando da matti
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stats 1 SHOTS ON TARGET 4 6 SHOTS OFF TARGET 4 2 CORNERS 4 10 FOULS 15 3 YELLOW CARDS 1 possession 53% 47% MAN OF THE MATCH ALAN POWER There wasn't much quality on show but there was plenty of hard graft and nobody did more than the Killie midfielder whose partnership with Gary Dicker is edging towards the heights they hit last season.
Too early yet for pedestals, it's time for pure hard graft, Joe for certain is aware of that, he's certainly not daft, Nobody knows their future, we all have to wait and see, But I'll let you know in Chapter 2, before writing Chapter 3.
They've suddenly become one of the biggest bands in Ireland - after more than 15 years hard graft - and it's testament to how far a sprinkle of rock and roll magic and a sackful of grit and determination can take you.
By MARTIN SHAW martin.shaw@examiner.co.uk @MARTINSHAWWRNS FOLLOWING six months of hard graft, a six-figure financial investment and what feels like hundreds of hours of finishing touches, The Engine Room has moved into its new home in Mirfield - York Mills.
And Hoilett believes the their hard graft under Neil Warnock is finally showing.
However Mick Rix, of union GMB, said: "Deliveroo would not be making profits if it wasn't for the hard graft by its army of riders.
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 /
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.
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.