"It's tedious, it's laborious.
Mass testing will be laborious.
These were capable of doing laborious calculations in a fraction of the time it took a human.
“And you need to be methodical – some of the examinations can be laborious and time consuming.
A wimpy-looking mahi-mahi was so difficult to debone that a server wound up taking over the laborious affair.
As crossing becomes more laborious, some dispersed families are choosing to consolidate on one side or another.
Dangerous, laborious and time consuming, tunnelling is the ultimate and desperate tactic of desperate people in desperate times."
As long as parents’ choice is put before public health, stopping measles from spreading in America will be a laborious, costly task.
Removing the tough skin of squashes and pumpkins is laborious but necessary work if you are using them in stir-fries, soups or stews.
Initially, it may not be as well-paying as working for a large company, but there's only so much motivation money can buy, and it'll always feel like laborious work.
The theatre was only two city blocks from the rehearsal room, but it had taken five laborious tech weeks to get the fun machine of “Bullets Over Broadway” up and running there.
The process of recording information by handwriting was obviously laborious and required the dedication of the likes of Egyptian scribes or monks in monasteries around the world.
They promise to automate the laborious process of tracking down the contacts of infected individuals, helping to slow the spread of coronavirus through the population and save lives.
This does not only expedite a typically laborious process but also reduces the amount of attention a startup needs to allocate to the ordeal, a welcome bonus for resource-strapped private companies.
The company started with a "toothbrush that people actually wanted to pick up and brush with everyday," before asking customers to build more laborious habits like flossing and visiting a dentist regularly, he wrote in a 2018 post on LinkedIn.
There are even more common brushing mistakes, but I'm sure you're not here to get a laborious lecture on your oral health mistakes — you want to learn about what Quip is, and read a review that explains how it can improve the way you brush your teeth.
The Pixel 3 XL runs the latest version of Android 9 Pie with Google’s new mandatory gesture controls replacing the traditional back, home and overview navigation buttons, and Gmail’s new Smart Compose on mobile, which makes writing dull emails less laborious.
"The search for the truth has been a complicated and laborious one, obstructed by the hand-washing of officials and health experts and downright indifference of health officials and politicians who thought those affected would die before the enormity of the events were revealed."
There are moments when there is not quite enough distinction between the multiple voices, and the frenetic energy required by Potter in his sole enactment of this party of people comes to feel slightly laborious at times, even for the viewer, although it regains its tautness fairly quickly.
Analyzing the proper composition of the dish, including a thoughtful digression about whether potatoes belong in the pan (her family likes them but they are probably not traditional), Sonia methodically detailed the laborious salting, frying, draining, whisking, straining and baking that was required.