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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of struggle.

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Examples

  • In common with many other magazines, the title struggled to cope with a deep slump in advertising and waning circulation, as readers migrated to digital publications.

    US tycoon Sidney Harman buys Newsweek 'for a dollar'

  • Peja Stojakovic, the Hornets 'top outside shooter, is still out with back spasms, and they again struggled from the perimeter without him.

    USATODAY.com

  • The label struggled after the departure of Jil Sander, the designer.

    When Designers Listen to Clients, It Shows

  • Shane Power added 10 as the team once again struggled from the field, making just 15-of-43 shots.

    USATODAY.com

  • Paul Pierce led the Celtics with 27 points, but again struggled from the field despite the absence of Artest, the NBA's defensive player of the year.

    USATODAY.com - Pacers bench throws wrench into Celtics' hopes

  • Tuesday's loss to Duke, again struggled from the floor by making just 5-of-12 shots.

    NCAA Men's Basketball - Alabama State vs. Iowa

  • One of the league's worst shooting teams, the Nets again struggled from the floor at just 37 percent (30-of-81).

    National Basketball Association - Heat vs. Nets

  • For even as the label struggled, Escada retained its red-carpet appeal, with Hilary Swank all remaining devotees.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • One of the reasons why television has performed well while other media industries have struggled is that TV has developed a system of dual revenues from subscribers and advertisers that has served viewers successfully in digital formats for three decades now, leading to an explosion of choice for consumers at a reasonable value and programming that is ever more original, diverse and daring.

    The Coming Golden Age of Television

  • There was silence for a moment, followed by a sound that Edwin struggled to place for a few seconds, before he realised that the sword was crying.

    Squired-Up

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