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struggle

the struggle S African the radical and armed opposition to apartheid, especially by the military wings of the ANC and the PAC
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This new one-off documentary, shown as part of This World, sees broadcaster Dan Snow travel to the Middle East on a journey to explore the region's tumultuous past, and the impact that has on today's conflict - as what started as peaceful protests against President Bashar al-Assad's totalitarian regime have turned increasingly into a struggle along sectarian lines involving global and regional powers.
They look set for a season long struggle along with Hull, Stockport and Westoe, who have also made unconvincing starts.
They believe if it's not an inherent part of your mental make up, you're just going to have to struggle along without it.
But the military, like other institutions, has continued to struggle along the way with racism, sexism, sexual assaults and homophobia.
Brummies still struggle along with a combination of bin liners and cumbersome recycling boxes left open to the elements.
Many lives have been ruined forever by it; while some patients struggle along in a somnambulant manner others turn to alcohol drugs and sadly suicide.
In the absence of any media furore, fuss, or further investigations her department would, doubtless, have continued to struggle along in a mire of incompetence.
McCarthy details the couple's struggle along with the science that put Ted back on the tractor, if only for a brief time.
The Corkman added: "We don't want to just struggle along. We want to make our mark in the top flight like Reading and Wigan have done."
My mum gave up her job and found a part-time one so she could help me care for the twins, I could manage on my own but she insisted on not letting me struggle along. My twins are two years old now and they love their nan and grandad very much.
Written by seven women, this interdisciplinary text describes their collective journey of the personal and political struggle along with other women toward solidarity, reciprocity and friendship as they sought to reveal what was happening to poor women targeted by non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
The further away these people are from law abiding citizens then the better as far as I am concerned, and if they have to struggle along in English then so be it.