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  • And besides, he told himself, as one who suddenly remembers that there will be pleasure too in an engagement only the onerous aspects of which he has been considering, and besides I will enjoy the killing of some fascists.

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  • They argue that onerous regulation is driving business from the city.
  • My duties weren’t onerous; I only had to greet the guests.

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