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  • You may be beaten to death by a never-tiring beat.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • My never-tiring teens, ever present to all the sights, sounds and smells of Rome, sang along, their hungry hearts opening wide to the gift that only “journey” can bring.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living Catholic Faith

  • What these words rouse in me is the same kind of annoyance someone who raises horses is likely to encounter when reading fantasy in which non-magical horses are never-tiring machines.

    Another Day in the Ketchup Mine

  • One may see many whisking about in the clear sunshine in patches among the green glancing leaves; but there are invisible myriads working with never-tiring mandibles on leaves, and stalks, and beneath the soil.

    Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa

  • Nightingale of Ceiriog, the sweet caroller Huw Morus, the enthusiastic partizan of Charles and the Church of England, and the never-tiring lampooner of Oliver and the Independents.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • These low hollow coral islands bear no proportion to the vast ocean out of which they abruptly rise; and it seems wonderful that such weak invaders are not overwhelmed by the all-powerful and never-tiring waves of that great sea, miscalled the Pacific.

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • III A Letter to Nemedia The savant Astreas, travelling in the east in his never-tiring search for knowledge, wrote a letter to his friend and fellow-philosopher Alcemides, in his native Nemedia, which constitutes the entire knowledge of the western nations concerning the events of that period in the east, always a hazy, half-mythical region in the minds of the western folk.

    The Bloody Crown of Conan

  • III A Letter to Nemedia The savant Astreas, travelling in the east in his never-tiring search for knowledge, wrote a letter The Bloody Crown of Conan to his friend and fellow-philosopher Alcemides, in his native Nemedia, which constitutes the entire knowledge of the western nations concerning the events of that period in the east, always a hazy, half-mythical region in the minds of the western folk.

    The Bloody Crown Of Conan

  • Quick wits, quick blades, a never-tiring arm, were needed.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • With his never-tiring work and the results he has achieved as an active mediator he should be accorded his part of the honour for the growing confidence which is shown in the United

    The Nobel Peace Prize 1988 - Presentation Speech

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