onerous than

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  • A harmony established contrary to sense is often more onerous than a war. Cited from Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo
  • The labour of revision has proved to be far more onerous than was expected. Cited from Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official, by William Sleeman
  • At Hazels Mary found her duties more onerous than they had been in town. Cited from Mary Gray, by Katharine Tynan
  • I was intended for something lighter and less onerous than that. Cited from Philistia, by Grant Allen
  • The standard of proof in civil cases is much less onerous than that of criminal law and so too is the standard required of the evidence.
  • Many Americans find the process of filling out the tax forms more onerous than paying the taxes themselves.
  • The data requirements for this approach to attribution are less onerous than for the first-principle approach.
  • Church discipline for homosexual activity is slightly more onerous than for members involved in heterosexual activity.
  • Yagi demonstrated a proof of concept, but the engineering problems proved to be more onerous than conventional systems.
  • The labor of maintenance is more onerous than in the banana zone. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 2, 1917, by Various
  • It was reported that he had requested a role less onerous than his former treasury brief so that he would have time to pursue his career in the City.
  • The conditions to be satisfied for drawing a rollover loan are typically less onerous than for other loans.
  • He seemed to feel that his ancestors in helping to launch the government had forever relieved him from any duty more onerous than that of casting a vote. Cited from Lydia of the Pines, by Honore` Willsie Morrow
  • According to The Times, he said he would leave the part-time role in July 2012 because the workload was more onerous than he expected.
  • The order remained more onerous than Demon had wished - Tugendhat said of it "Happy would not be the word, but we have all signed it."
  • Due to a special triangular cut-out in the ADIZ circle, they are less onerous than procedures for other ADIZ airports.
  • This early rising and fire-making were the hardest things she had to encounter, though all the housekeeping proved more onerous than, in her inexperience, she had expected it to be. Cited from Clover, by Susan Coolidge
  • The stop is hardly more onerous than ordinary traffic congestion, and the resulting cooperation with the investigation would prove just as fruitful as stopping pedestrians on the street.
  • However, the regulatory requirements are more onerous than for private companies and AIM listed plcs are required to prepare audited annual accounts under IFRS.
  • Harry saw, at once, that the terms were far less onerous than the rajah had expected; for his face brightened, and the air of despondency that it had for some days expressed passed away. Cited from At the Point of the Bayonet, by G. A. Henty
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