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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of strive.


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  • Mayákin strives with him to return and manage his business.

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  • “However, the world toward which TrackMeNot strives is one in which it is no longer necessary.”

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  • "Why should I try to live life when I do not know what life is?" he objects when Mayákin strives with him to return and manage his business.

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  • In addition to selling books, WORD strives to create a community of people who love them.

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  • You know, when you're playing a team like this that kind of strives off of turnovers and strives off of mistakes, you have to be cautious and be able to execute.

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  • It's definitely a different dynamic and I would love to eventually capture that, that live quality in a recording and everyone kind of strives for that. - all articles

  • "Trijicon Inc., of Wixom, Michigan, describes itself as a company that" strives "to follow

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  • But for the Jedi, many of whom had once looked to Jacen Solo for inspiration, the transition has been anything but smooth, as Luke Skywalker strives to chart a new course for the Order, and gropes for an understanding of what ultimately drove his nephew to embrace the dark teachings of the evil Sith Lords.

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  • In so doing, Nike strives to break the cycle of poverty, disease and despair.

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  • But one reads, is informed, and strives to understand the world, especially the ideologies that move it.

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