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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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The years have been kind to the Coventry kid and, though the hair might be silver these days, she still generates an air of energy and tirelessness.
Heald may unkindly describe this irritating froth of a woman as looking like 'a cross between the Sugar Plum Fairy and an Ugly Sister', but you have to respect the tirelessness, determination and undiluted optimism with which she approached life.
A visual essay on the different weights and textures and affordances of paper, Bidlo's installation is oddly Kusama-like in its serial tirelessness, its hunger for increment: a slow, extended, ecstatic homage to nearly nothing.
With a mixture of fearlessness, tirelessness and a certain stupidity that could, at best, be read as blind optimism, we decided we were going to give Northern Ireland the monthly music magazine it needed.
It was a performance inspired by the graft, enthusiasm, guts and tirelessness of Peter Butler, the loan man from Southend, who began his career at Leeds Road and played like he'd never been away.
I am amazed by the tirelessness of these volunteers," says Millard Fuller, founder and president of Habitat for Humanity International.