Industriousness and a good salary only go so far as explanations.
There he saw local corn-farming and was deeply impressed by America's hospitality and industriousness.
The name meant “beaver,” and the animal, a symbol of industriousness, was chosen as the school mascot.
The high literacy rate and general industriousness of the Ahmadiyyah won the sect considerable economic success.
Humans have come to view idleness as a sin and industriousness as a virtue, and teach children that hard work will pay off.
The control of property by the rich was said to be the result of superior moral qualities such as industriousness and temperance.
Why, for example, do we approve of industriousness and good judgment, character traits that are primarily advantageous to the possessor?
This emphasis is linked with ethical applications, with stress on brotherhood, diligence in keeping the faith, and religious industriousness.
It is great to see that we have used science and ingenuity and industriousness and entrepreneurship to solve all of these really horrible problems."
El Salvadorans are known for their industriousness, and the country has produced several internationally acclaimed artists, including poet Roque Dalton.
Reading the list of Fort-Whiteman’s supposed transgressions, I pictured him strolling through Moscow in those days, projecting an air of headstrong industriousness.
In the same way, the Akan narratives of reincarnation and personhood serve to reinforce socially valuable traits and practices such as cooperation and industriousness.
Severson is a passionate producer of holiday cookies from the Italian and Scandinavian traditions, with sidelines in Midwestern industriousness and the Southern sweet tooth.
Mammals have constructed lake-forming dams; the American beaver is highly skilled at this, and its activities in this connection have established it as a symbol of industriousness.
…on the basis of “natural” inequalities among individuals, for the control of property was said to be a correlate of superior and inherent moral attributes such as industriousness, temperance, and frugality.
Although he celebrated the idea of a functioning American aristocracy as a useful exemplar of industriousness and noblesse oblige, he spent his career lamenting that they had abdicated their responsibilities.
He first argues that there are many different types of virtue, not all of which are types of benevolence—respecting people’s property rights, keeping promises, courageousness, and industriousness—as Hutcheson maintained.
The appointment of Bert van Marwijk, who guided the Netherlands to the 2010 final, speaks volumes: Australia does not have a rich pool of talented players, so it will rely instead on organization, industriousness and Tim Cahill’s head.
Much of Germany’s post-World War II success has been the result of the renowned industriousness and self-sacrifice of its people, about which novelist Günter Grass, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1999, remarked, “To be a German is to make the impossible possible.”
For this columnist, preparing to leave Brussels after chronicling Europe’s woes for four years, and having criticised Germany’s mistakes (for instance, in pushing austerity too hard), it is hard not to admire its industriousness, its readiness to examine its soul and its quest for consensus.
- persevering determination to perform a task
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