• Credit much of Qian Hu's hard-fought success to the 45-year-old Yap's tireless promotional efforts.

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  • Dennis Ross, America's tireless shuttler to the Middle East, is the second type of mediator.

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  • McGeady's tireless work on the pitch for Celtic earned him the Young Player of the Year award.

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  • Then, fingering the line, he waits, with a monk's tireless patience and the concentration of a chess player.

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  • The President's leadership and First Lady's tireless advocacy brought the child nutrition bill back to life a number of times as it made its way through Congress.

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  • Bolton's tireless work resulted in a great victory, refusing to accept specific international aid targets contained in the original version of the Draft Outcome Document that would have allowed international taxes to be imposed on nations failing to meet those targets.

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  • Chinese umbrage over our air patrols has to be taken with a grain of salt, considering Beijing's tireless efforts to get its hands on sophisticated American technology and on our nuclear secrets, not to mention its funneling of illegal campaign contributions in an attempt to influence U.S. elections.

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  • The court ruling was welcomed by Pearl's family through a statement on their Web site which thanked Pakistani and U.S. authorities for their "tireless efforts" to bring Pearl's attackers to justice.

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  • Two weeks later Mr Vaitovich criticised Belarus's foreign policy, in particular the recent denial of a visa to Hans-Georg Wieck, a retired German diplomat who as head of an international human-rights mission in Minsk, Belarus's capital, had been one of Mr Lukashenka's most tireless critics.

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  • "The approval of the full business case marks the culmination of more than a decade of work by the UHB and its predecessor organisations, the Welsh government and significantly the Noah's Ark Appeal, without whose tireless support the first phase of the Children's Hospital of Wales would not have come to fruition, " he said.

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  • Mr Uribe faced much pressure to bow to the FARC's demands, both from the hostages' families and, less understandably, from France. (At Mr Sarkozy's request he freed a jailed guerrilla leader who has returned to action.) Ms Betancourt's mother was particularly bitter in her criticism of the president during her tireless campaign for her daughter's release.

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  • Finally, however, Pompey's pressure told as the tireless Dindane nodded in at the back post from O'Hara's enticing deep centre.

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  • Revelations about the tireless nightlife of Italy's ageing prime minister will surprise no one.

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  • At club level, Miller's scoring record leaves a lot to be desired, but does Smith view his tireless running as a complement to Boyd's predatory prowess?

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  • Forrest Gump was O'Donnell's affectionate nickname when he played for Celtic, in honour of his tireless running - a characteristic of the film's main character, played by Tom Hanks.

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  • Solis is the daughter of Latin American immigrants and a tireless advocate on immigration and women's issues.

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  • Doug McMillon, the chief executive of Walmart's international division, is tireless in arguing the case for opening Indian retailing to foreign supermarket firms.

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  • Much else has been begun, and all against tireless obstruction from some of Mr Ecevit's coalition partners.

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  • Part of Mr Mandela's saintly aura derives from his tireless appeal to South Africans' nobler instincts, such as forgiveness and remorse.

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  • Merkel's key strength: unassuming and tireless networking.

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  • Lucky and Flo, the two danger-loving police dogs whose exploits as international crime fighters are well know to readers of this site, have just become the first non-humans to be awarded Malaysia's outstanding service award for their tireless work in trotting around and sitting down at the first whiff of plastic.

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  • President Clinton, you are a tireless, passionate advocate on behalf of what's best in our country.

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  • Hallier, a tireless salesman, still accepts ads from gentlemen's clubs--ads for Flash Dancers irked some New Yorkers in September.

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  • "Congratulations to Clint Eastwood and Matt Damon on their nominations, and I extend my deepest gratitude to my producing partner Lori McCreary, and the entire cast and crew of 'Invictus' for their tireless work to make a film befitting of Nelson Mandela's legacy, " Freeman said.

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  • "It's no exaggeration to say that Patrick, in his tireless and ebullient communication of the magic of astronomy, inspired every British astronomer, amateur and professional, for half a century, " said Queen guitarist Brian May, who holds a PhD in astrophysics.

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  • For his tireless efforts Martin Luther King became one of the one of history's most revered advocates of non-violent social change and received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.

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  • From the tireless and tiring festivities of the Jubilee, to the ultimately deflating Euro 2012 run for England's soccer team and, now, up to the Olympics, there is no let-up in sight.

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  • The tireless Tevez scored the second in first half stoppage time as he got a touch to Gareth Barry's header to lift the ball over Thomas Sorensen.

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  • So to Archbishop Kurtz, Cardinal McCarrick, Bishop Pates, Monsignor Jenkins and everyone at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops thank you for convening this discussion and for your tireless efforts to advance religious freedom around the world not only for Catholics and Christians, but for people of all faiths.

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  • They have witnessed great milestones in our Nation's history, and from the battlefield to the factory floor to their neighborhoods, our grandparents' tireless pursuit of progress has paved the road that we travel today.

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