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- And when their efforts again prove mostly fruitless, the cycle starts anew.
- Trying to make ourselves stronger than everyone else is surely an unproductive, ultimately fruitless endeavor.
- But measuring the group's many recordings against each other is ultimately fruitless.
- They waited for another opportunity to receive a signal but this proved fruitless too.
- His essay concludes with a look at the Netherlands' largely fruitless efforts to establish a New World empire.
- Answering ads in professional or trade journals can be just as fruitless.
- Last week's picket forced the council to concede hours of informal and ultimately fruitless talks.
- I have seen women who worked with diet alone conceive when previous efforts were fruitless.
- He retraced his steps and spent an hour in fruitless search on the street.
- Shortly after returning from a fruitless search he took ill and died from tuberculosis.
- Many fruitless attempts had been made to set these aside or modify them.
- The years 1820-3 were thus largely taken up with a fruitless pursuit of operatic success.
- The police insisted this was a coincidence and urged young people to avoid such drastic and fruitless pursuits.
- The strike vote forced an equally fruitless meeting with the Liberal Democrat and independent council cabinet.
- Convoys of senior diplomats converged on the theatre for hours of frustrating and fruitless negotiations.
- Months of fruitless negotiations culminated in the attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941.
- Some of the second round confrontations were as fruitless as those of the first.
- Sam stopped resisting after a bit, finding it to be a fruitless endeavor.
- After fifteen minutes of fruitless searching among the " lifestyle " titles, I was in despair.
- The title means nothing, and locating meaning in the film is a mostly fruitless challenge.
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