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The rites, solemn in their performance but rather tiring in their detail, contrasted strongly with the simple.
Tiring of this hide-and-seek, the bird became silent.
It is tiring being told what to do and how to do it.
They are fast and can run for long distances without tiring.
Eye strain is caused by tiring the muscles that control the eyes.
The difference is, that unimportant, tiring noise is filtered.
Reading long articles on computer screens is slow and tiring compared with leafing through books or magazines.
The variety was maintained to avoid tiring his palate.
Once again, however, her relentless babble was tiring rather than stimulating.
He had no idea what he was getting into but decided he was tiring of traveling and was willing to take a chance on something new.
After tiring of teaching art, he took a job in the kitchen of a nursing home.
However, the effect of all this synthetic excitement cannot help but be tiring.
He said he was quickly tiring of the whole thing, the accusations and the jokes.
The phrase, racing through the language, shows no sign of tiring.
Really, though, the plot summary is both tiring and superfluous.
Tiring of these fickle shareholders, funds are starting to handcuff them.
Toward the end of a tiring week it lifted my spirits no end.
But the constant switching from sung to spoken lines gets tiring and prevents the drama from having an inexorable flow.

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