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Not wanting to frustrate the reader however, she admits "I tried to keep it strange, keep what was happening genuinely odd, without closing it down with a neat explanation at the end." 4155 in order to provide for the management of federal lands in a way that doesn't frustrate the traditional
Salcedo's effort to blockade the Chinese fort seemed fruitless.

Of the various attorneys who represented Whitmore, Miller remained with Whitmore the longest, being with Whitmore through his ultimate release and later during his fruitless attempts at obtaining compensation for his wrongful incarceration.

Horthy resisted, but his efforts were fruitless - while he attended the conference, german tanks rolled into Budapest.

Bene gesserit Azhar Book (Dune: House Corrino) The search for an ultimate, unifying explanation for all things is a fruitless endeavor, a step in the wrong direction.

There were two fruitless attempts at establishing a congress of provinces in the subsequent months.

At the hall of the Yagyu, Musashi attempts to antagonize the members into fighting him, hoping that by besting them he'll be granted audience to Sekishusai, however his efforts prove fruitless, as the disciples have gotten used to such methods.

Usually, the sketch follows the fruitless pursuit of Mango by a character (portrayed by the host).

He was sent to the 2004 Tattersalls ireland Derby Sale as a four-year-old but this proved fruitless when one of the vets present said that the young store could benefit from a hobday operation on his windpipe.

After months of fruitless marches and feints, Hideyoshi settled the war through negotiation.

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