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Example Sentences for "undertake"

The Louvre in Paris has undertaken to restore some old paintings that were damaged in a fire a couple of hundred years agoThe Great Wall of China is the largest construction project ever undertaken by man.

The Louvre in Paris has undertaken to restore some old paintings that were damaged in a fire a couple of hundred years ago.

As a soldier in the war, he never shrank from the dangerous duties he was ordered to undertake.

Remodeling the kitchen was a huge undertaking for us because we'd never done anything like it before.

She undertook to improve her chances of promotion by taking some night courses in personnel management.

Gretchen is an excellent worker who puts her best effort into every endeavor she undertakes.

He undertook to learn French in preparation for his transfer to Paris.

The improvement in the company's finances occurred after management undertook to improve efficiency in its factories.

There are various approaches one can follow in attempting to undertake an analysis of a novel.

The school is undertaking to develop a new arts program.

H. Douglas Brown has noted that learning a second language is a long and complex undertaking.

John Luton has undertaken a 5-year project to develop the cycle tourism industry in our city.

Working to reduce poverty in our society is an enormously complex undertaking.

A recent report suggests that IBM will undertake a dramatic expansion in India and hire more than 14,000 staff.

The airline is expected to undertake a merger with its largest competitor within five years.

Students in their last year of the program are expected to undertake teaching duties of two hours per week.

The company has been forced to undertake a major re-structuring to avoid bankruptcy.

Women in her culture are expected to stay at home and do not undertake outside work.

The birds undertake a 1000-mile migration every year in the fall, and then again in the spring.

A Dutch proverb notes that he who undertakes many things at once seldom does anything well.

A German proverb observes that he who undertakes to be his own teacher has a fool for a pupil.

Alfred North Whitehead once noted that it requires a very unusual mind to undertake the analysis of the obvious.

Evenius once stated that the undertaking of a new action brings new strength.

Samuel Johnson once noted that self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings.

Henry Drummond once stated that unless a man undertakes more than he possibly can do, he will never do all he can do.

Gertrude Stein once remarked, I could undertake to be an efficient pupil if it were possible to find an efficient teacher.

W. Marshall Craig once noted that it is better to undertake a large task, and get it half done than to undertake nothing, and get it all done.

Woodrow Wilson once stated that no man that does not see visions will ever realize any high hope or undertake any high enterprise.

George Eliot once remarked, The law and medicine should be very serious professions to undertake, should they not? People's lives and fortunes depend on them.

Ronald Osborn once said, Undertake something that is difficult; it will do you good. Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.

The funeral was arranged by a very professional undertaker, who did a great job.

I would hate to work as an undertaker and be around dead bodies all day.

Since consulting with the undertaker, we have decided to have my grandfather cremated rather than buried.


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