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I was much more an industrious midfield player. The Sun (2016)Well, the people that are walking across the desert are the kind of industrious and courageous people that we want, if you think about it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The usually industrious midfielder was virtually anonymous throughout. The Sun (2010)It shows that young people are industrious and inspired. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Scotland will need industrious and intelligent defensive work to hold out against these giants. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Showed he deserved recall with industrious display. The Sun (2013)His most industrious display for a long time. The Sun (2010)We need to see that we are capable, industrious people reflected in the things we own. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Japan had an industrious and well-organised people to further economic progress. The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century (1994)He is a good man, intelligent and industrious. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Long was again rewarded for the most industrious of displays in the 66th minute. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The industrious midfielder is a real attacking threat for the Sky Blues. The Sun (2010)No wonder this most industrious Player of the Year smiled a lot! ITF World of Tennis (1993)Here, we are surrounded by sober, often industrious people who are poor. Christianity Today (2000)The South East in particular would grind to a halt without industrious foreign workers. The Sun (2012)It was no less than the 19-year-old deserved for an industrious first-half display. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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