from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Conscientious and unremitting diligence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being assiduous; constant or diligent application.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. great and constant diligence and attention
A penchant for flames ... war-watching and assiduousness!
Despite this assiduousness, he inevitably faced gaps when he started to write.
I can't tell you with what assiduousness I ignored this recent thing with Beck daring to screw with Martin Luther King's legacy.
When I first learned a few months ago that garbage trucks were backing up the driveway between these two buildings at unseemly hours, it was curious but could maybe be explained by PMUA worker assiduousness.
Do you read other blogs with the assiduousness with which you read Roissy?
If you truly possess the academic curiosity and work ethic that espouses such professional assiduousness when it comes to details, and especially pertaining to events involving suppression of human rights, you will no doubt want to look into some of the more subtle clues in our possession regarding 9/11 - like the many bombs going off all over the WTC site.
But his assiduousness is strange, as if distracted from itself.
The idea of the SOMAFCO X Trust is the brainchild of former students of Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College and I request you to show our appreciation in particular to three comrades: Oupa Mahlatsi, Tlholo Mohlathe and Motsamai Maleka to whose commitment and untiring assiduousness we owe the nurturing of the idea and this project launch.
There were seven of them, working with varying degrees of assiduousness.
Your assiduousness and fortitude in meeting the objectives of the Provincial government has been second to none.
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