And at the same time as it did that, it destroyed an ecosystem that once supported a different kind of endeavor.
Ausama Monajed, a spokesman for the Syrian National Council, said he wishes Sayers luck in his endeavor.
The entire musical was engineered to ridicule such repression and to milk the maximum amount of laughter from the endeavor.
He boasted that “the response by the American public has been very favorable to our endeavor.”
Both Emanuel and endeavor declined to comment on any aspect of this article.
The aristocratic party in England, see this plainly enough, and I do not propose to endeavor to pull the wool over their eyes.
This is too well-known a truth for me to endeavor to conceal it, especially from you.
They fade irrevocably out of my mind even now while I speak and endeavor to recall them, and recollect myself.
Unscrupulous employers often endeavor to control the votes of their employes.
The nations will fraternize, they will join hands, and will endeavor to extend the new conditions to all nations of the world.
early 15c., "pains taken to attain an object," literally "in duty," from phrase put (oneself) in dever "make it one's duty" (a partial translation of Old French mettre en deveir "put in duty"), from Old French dever "duty," from Latin debere "to owe" (see debt). One's endeavors meaning one's "utmost effort" is from late 15c.
c.1400; see endeavor (n.). Related: Endeavored; endeavoring.