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4 Luck is not chance, it's toil. Fortune's expensive smile is earned.
5 The highest reward for man's toil is not what he gets for it, but what he becomes by it.
6 A life of toil is generally the price of fame and success.
7 The wealth comes from the toil of the masses.
8 Today less than thirty thousand workers toil in those same coal mines.
9 No need to toil in the sweat of one's brow to support it!
10 Here began their arduous toil to force a living from the land.
11 With rare exception, people toil as waiters or waitresses on their way to becoming something else.
12 Then they are trucked long distances to toil on remote plantations where they are held prisoner and compelled to work at gunpoint.
13 There was no time for the arduous toil required to master a foreign language.
14 You go to work and toil at a hard, steady pace all day, accomplishing as much as you can?
15 That, his day's toil having been deferred, he wanders through unfamiliar woods with unsure footsteps.
16 The workers and peasants toil and sweat to service debts owed to the international bankers and multilateral agencies.
17 In jazz, sidemen often toil in the shadows, except in circles where obscurity is a selling point.
18 Lindi has achieved her comfortable life only after years of hard toil.
19 The conditions of conquest are always easy. We have but to toil awhile, endure awhile, believe always,[www.Sentencedict.com] and never turn back.
20 His thick, swollen fingers bore testimony to a lifetime of toil.
21 Man is made to relieve the gods of the toil of keeping the earth in order.
22 From now on Adam's work is to be sweat and toil.
23 Especially because you were birthed in the morning, when the buffaloes have to toil in the field.
24 I will still gaze out the window as I write; they will still toil, but now in their dark home.
25 These, although mortal, lived like gods without sorrow of heart, far from toil and pain.
26 Eight months of lonely nights and long days of toil.
27 He sank it into the earth ahead of him, feeling glad of the resumption of mechanical toil.
28 But on a spring day in the late 1700s, toil was a long way from John Binks' mind.
29 Only with the rise of a leisured class, supported by the enforced toil of others, was the balance upset.
30 At least not if their gnarled hands, betokening lifetimes of hard toil, are a guide.