"I've been trying
to cure it for forty years, and have only succeeded in controlling it.
These were dreadful times, for Jurgis would get as cross as any bear; he was scarcely to be blamed, for he had enough to worry him, and it was hard when he was trying
to take a nap to be kept awake by noisy and peevish children.
The cases of erstwhile Frontier Regions/merged sub-divisions, would be tried by Anti-Terrorism Courts currently trying
cases of the respective districts of these subdivisions.
"I thought Swansea were a bit guilty of trying
to close the game down a bit too early by trying
to pick and drive with 10 minutes to go and this played into our hands."
"I'll put that down to being anxious and trying
too hard to bounce back.
5 : to test to the limit <The children are trying
I've just been trying
to take it one step at a time and not do anything that's not permitted or illegal.
Turning a mole-hill into a mountain by gooping on way too much product, Chosen explains, "It's tempting to overuse concealer, but you'll just draw more attention to the area you're trying
to hide." Pick a concealer slightly lighter than your base (we like Physicians Formula Magic Cube Concealer, $6, drugstores), then try this celeb trick: Moisten a cotton swab with eye-whitening drops, and put it in the freezer.
We've spent many years trying
to get the specifics right.
This is more efficient than trying
to achieve three, four or five successes in a row today.
Shawn Johansen's Family Men shows men trying
to understand and put in place positive sides of economic and demographic changes.
And these abstract passages allow you to process the violence done by the gun, the fear that made the gun seem necessary in the first place--the violent act of going West--and trying
to present those things as if they're fresh.