exhaustive work

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  • He had made it his lifelong study, and had written a most exhaustive work upon it. Cited from Tales of Terror & Mystery, Arthur Conan Doyle
  • It may be asked why not have undertaken the whole subject and devoted a life-time to writing an exhaustive work? Cited from The Fair Haven, by Samuel Butler
  • The book is "an advanced and exhaustive work that will become a standard in the field once it is better known."
  • This exhaustive work had not been done before.
  • She is the author of many essays and works of fiction, and of an exhaustive work on the Indian question. Cited from Handbook of Universal Literature,A. C. Lynch Botta
  • Take plenty of out-door excercise avoid horseback riding or heavy exhaustive work. Cited from Searchlights on Health, by B. G. Jefferis and J. L. Nichols
  • Due to the lack of food, medical care, the exhaustive work, beating, the mortality of prisoners was rather high.
  • Most college students find that lessons gotten in the morning are better remembered and are more readily applied than those learned after a day of exhaustive work. Cited from Increasing Efficiency In Business, by W.D. Scott
  • He is known for his exhaustive work with catchers.
  • He is a redoubtable Torah scholar who has written an exhaustive work on Jewish law.
  • No biographer, however, has produced a definitive or exhaustive work. Cited from Alexander Pope, by Leslie Stephen
  • The Los Angeles Times called it an "exhaustive work".
  • It was long and exhaustive work but he continued on and eventually covered the entire set of steps in tiles, ceramics and mirrors.
  • Simultaneously with this, he set out in a longer and exhaustive work the 'ground and reason' of all his own articles which had been condemned by the bull. Cited from Life of Luther, by Julius Koestlin
  • Many Brazilians are subjected to hours of exhaustive work, earning a small salary by Japanese standards.
  • Acarya Shubhacandra does not mention his name anywhere in this exhaustive work on meditation.
  • The editor long cherished the idea of writing such an exhaustive work, but if he should now attempt to deal with the fascinating theme, he must be content with a less ambitions performance. Cited from Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official, by William Sleeman
  • Her drive to expand the library field is evident in her exhaustive work Illinois Libraries (1907).
  • This Commission reported in 1831 after exhaustive work and recommended that university courts look after administrative and financial matters, while academic senates would determine matters related to teaching.
  • His exhaustive work came to the attention of the Smithsonian Museum's Bureau of American Ethnology.
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