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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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"The tireless work that Anne had put into the Spanish campaign with her newly created charity, Greyhounds in Need, is still working well in many parts of Europe including France, where we do see the occasional greyhound or galgo.
Nisar said that he had launched operation in Karachi and due to his tireless efforts peace was restored in the city.
FATA and Balochistan have too become peaceful, thanks to tireless efforts of the incumbent government of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N).
His tireless dedication to the care of war memorials earned the dad-of-two a Scottish Angel Heritage Award in 2015.
Incumbent Senate President Franklin Drilon remembered the late Senator Ernesto Maceda as "a tireless worker and a very hands-on Senate leader".
"Cde Mangok shall always be remembered for his tireless commitment and these tireless achievements," said Jambo, in a statement also copied to president Salva Kiir, among others.
FAR below the Indian Ocean, nuclear submarine HMS Tireless has been carrying out a final mercy mission - searching for the last resting place of vanished flight MH370.
Royal Navy submarine HMS Tireless has been tasked to assist in the search for flight MH370 as part of the international effort.
ROYAL Navy submarine HMS Tireless has arrived in the southern Indian Ocean to help in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
He added: "Their tireless efforts are helping to make the environment we live in a better, safer place for us all to enjoy and at the same time helping to contribute to local economies and our state of wellbeing."
A TIRELESS charity fundraiser is looking forward to his next epic challenge - a 75-mile trek across the Amazon rainforest.
DIANA LAMPLUGH, who has died of a stroke aged 75, was a tireless campaigner for personal safety and against stalking and harassment.