Examples of Agonies
Sentences with the noun Agonies
The agonies of the machine age do not originate from the machines as such.
Zhou created the Pinyin system of Romanised Chinese, which vastly increased literacy in China and eased the agonies of foreigners studying the language.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )
Jesse Tyler Ferguson plays some 40 characters in “Fully Committed,” a one-act play about the agonies of taking reservations for a fashionable, exclusive restaurant.
(The New York Times - Arts, )
Prop Dan Cole is prepared to put himself through agonies for England.
(Paul Ackford in The Telegraph - Sport, )
Whatever the anniversary and however many the years, the small agonies of Hillsborough continue to reveal themselves.
(The Independent - U.K. News, )
The prognosis for Turnbull looks dreadful, but it is not as dire as during the terminal agonies of the Abbott regime.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )
Swiss director Rolando Colla explores the exquisite agonies of midlife romance in this bittersweet Mediterranean drama.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Movies, )
Her name is Linda Tucker and, prior to attending the University of Cape Town, and then Cambridge (UK), she grew up during the tumult and agonies of South African Apartheid.
(Forbes - Business, )
Italy has unexpectedly slipped into its third recession since the global financial crisis, underlining the ongoing economic agonies of the eurozone’s third largest economy.
(The Independent - Business, )
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