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They endeavour to find objections, both to our abstract reasonings, and to those which regard matter of fact and existence.
Science is the endeavour to increase the body of knowledge.
Notice, if you will, the complete lack of academic endeavour.
Scientists represent a pinnacle of human intelligence and intellectual endeavour.
This is a fantastic and noble endeavour.
For him, education at every level is a joint endeavour between the citizens of a state.
If he tries to climb out into the air as inexperienced people endeavour to do, he drowns.
It signals a change in what has, until now, been a key element of scientific endeavour.
It is the moment in a campaign when, for the lack of application and clear thinking, the endeavour is in danger of slipping away.
Making officials more honest is portrayed as vital to this endeavour.
Ten years ago such an endeavour would have been unimaginable.
But in the medium term, the mentality that insists on hobbling search engines will surely act as a break on creative endeavour.
Teaching science in a public high school: an admirable endeavour, but not a green job.
But, and it is a big but, there will be something exceedingly normal about the whole endeavour.

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