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  • Sergeant Troy had so strenuously insisted, glass in hand, that drinking should be the bond of their union, that those who wished to refuse hardly liked to be so unmannerly under the circumstances.
  • All the feeling she had been betrayed into showing she drew back to herself again by a strenuous effort of self-command.
  • He always signed his name "Henery"—strenuously insisting upon that spelling, and if any passing schoolmaster ventured to remark that the second "e" was superfluous and old-fashioned, he received the reply that "H-e-n-e-r-y" was the name he was christened and the name he would stick to—in the tone of one to whom orthographical differences were matters which had a great deal to do with personal character.

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  • The doctor recommended strenuous exercise three times a week.
  • Landscaping is strenuous work in the Texas summer.

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