enthusiasm is a vital ingredient in all human endeavour
an endeavour to reduce serious injury
Beyond its specific subject, it is a wholly credible representation of human endeavour , flawed, troublesome, occasionally magnificent.
Because we believe that ‘we achieve more by our common endeavour than we achieve alone’.
People like the Victorian reformer John Ruskin argued that the working classes should be included in education, so that all could appreciate the wonders of human intellectual endeavour .
It's about hope, team work, and human endeavour .
‘Other than our defensive lapses and the fact we forgot our shooting boots, I could not fault them for their effort and endeavour ,’ he said.
The plaque tells us the sculpture is ‘a symbol of universal human endeavour .’
The group standards mechanism in the bill will reduce compliance costs, and it is an endeavour to reduce those costs.
‘he has impressed me with his effort and endeavour ,’ said Hughes.