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Example Sentences for "strive"

D'Angelo once said, Continually strive to improve yourselfShe has to strive to catch up to her classmates because she has been absent for a week.

Anthony J. D'Angelo once said, Continually strive to improve yourself.

We must work together, and strive for peace, despite our history and our differences.

We must strive to achieve our goals.

The poverty of the post-war era made the Japanese people strive to rebuild their economy.

We strive to give our customers the best service possible.

They have had to make their operation more efficient and competitive as they strive to succeed in the international marketplace opened up by free trade.

There are 32 local agencies striving to serve the needs of the city's poor.

There is a Gaelic proverb that states that the bitter cup we strive to remove from us holds the medicine we are most in need of.

He has strived all his life to become the best at what he does.

He has striven all his life to become the best at what he does.

She strived to make the ceremony a truly memorable occasion.

She strove to make the ceremony a truly memorable occasion.

Tanzania is striving to produce cash crops that will provide the income essential to economic growth.

This program has been designed to provide students with opportunities to reach their potential and strive towards excellence.

Max Ehrmann once wrote, Strive to be happy.

Emile Durkheim once asked, Why strive for knowledge if this knowledge cannot be used for the betterment of society?

Every society has its general conceptions of the desirable goals that people are expected to strive to attain.


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