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  • Roy, Jr. ( "Tireless" is his middle name); to Lynn Bryan (the laughing Latinist); and to Mike Crocker (man of few words but big heart).

    My Name Was Martha: A Renaissance Woman's Autobiographical Poem

  • Libertad Digital: Nacional:: Triple ataque con cócteles molotov contra dos sedes del PP en Galicia y una oficina de la Xunta El 'Tireless' abandona Gibraltar, después de permanecer un año varado en el puerto del Peñón El Tribunal Supremo archiva la querella criminal contra Aznar y Blair por el 'caso Tireless'

    Elections - fresh news by plazoo.com

  • "Tireless," is how Glen Paul Freedman of Atlanta described Mr. Thornell, who lived with his partner, Chad Prosser, in East Atlanta.

    ajc.com - News

  • Tireless running, unselfishness and a combative approach to defending from the front did the groundwork that enabled Gabriel Batistuta, Francesco Totti or "The Little Aeroplane" Montella to exploit exhausted defences, the latter often from the bench.

    Kevin Davies's England reward is deserved – but it could be short-lived

  • Tireless, indomitable, with the steel-glitter in his dark eyes, he was everywhere at once, doing all things.

    CHAPTER 5

  • Tireless supporter of her bitchy friends, Cara imagined Zoe saying.

    Choker

  • In 2007, two sailors were killed by an explosion in an emergency oxygen generator on board submarine HMS Tireless during an exercise under the Arctic.

    British nuclear sub forced back to base

  • Tireless and mercurial as a young man, he became increasingly autocratic as an older one.

    From the Shadows of Giants

  • From France by way of the Central African Republic, Mr. Tanga, a singer and limber bassist, makes dance funk to which his studio partner, Professeur Inlassable (the Tireless Professor), adds all sorts of sonic touches that contort the music and connect it to other genres.

    Rock, Rhythm and Blues

  • "Every year without knowing it I have passed the day/When the last fires will wave to me/And the silence will set out/Tireless traveler," he wrote, in the unpunctuated form that has defined his style.

    W.S. Merwin, Hawaii-based poet, will serve as 17th U.S. laureate

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