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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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Special accolades go to Division Coordinators: Carol Dennes, NCTM; Susan Andrews, NCTM; and Barbara Shinn, NCTM, who worked tirelessly throughout the weekend.
Spotty, a rare bat, lives comfortably but is searching for something more, when a mysterious and mystical crow teaches her the secret of soaring flight, and shows her the way to Yosemite Valley, where she meets the Spirits of Rock, Water, Air and Fire, who work tirelessly to shape the valley to the present day.
The Notes and Comments include high praise of Father Boyd, by Paul Likoudis of The Wanderer, for working tirelessly on both sides of the Atlantic in political, economic, religious, and social circles to advance the distributist vision--Chesterton's vision--in modern culture.
Part photographic visionary, part huckster hawking his full-length documentary (the first one in history, in fact) of Kwakiutl ritual to the suits in Hollywood under the sensationalistic title In the Land of the Head-Hunters, Edward Curtis toiled on his monumental Native American project tirelessly.
Wauneka was elected to the Navajo Tribal Council and served for 27 years, fighting for Indian health care, battling against the use of peyote and alcohol, and working tirelessly for the education of her people.
Though she began in poverty, growing up with ten siblings, she worked tirelessly toward her goal until she became the first classical singer trained in Canada to appear on international stages.
A mission that sustained itself despite lack of funds and even in the face of open hostility, from both local populations and other Jewish organizations, The Vaad Hatzala Rescue Committee battled tirelessly for nothing less than Jewish souls.
She has served as the president of the Arizona DAA and worked tirelessly with the "Give Kids a Smile" program that donates free dentistry to children statewide.
Former Progressive Managing Editor Sam Day worked tirelessly for Vanunu's release for many years.
Pulec assumed the role of editor-in-chief of ENT JOURNAL in September 1992 until his death, he worked tirelessly to help us produce the most practical, up-to-date, scientifically and clinically relevant journal possible for our readers.
He was an active member of the American Chemical Society and worked tirelessly in the Rubber Division in support of education.
Wilchins should not mischaracterize the efforts of the hundreds of transgender activists and allies who have worked tirelessly to ensure that both gender identity and expression are protected.