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give 110%

To put forth the absolute maximum amount of effort or energy possible (i.e., even more than is usually required or seems possible). We're going to have to give 110% if we want to get this project finished by the deadline. A win today secures our spot in the championship, so go out there and give 110%!
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All teams will give 110 percent, but we will be prepared for that.
We went to the UAE knowing that Shaheen would give 110 percent and we weren't disappointed.
I told the team they were going to get everything they can get out of me and I was going to give 110 percent.
It's all five guys just playing defense out there, each guy has to give 110 percent effort,'' Enlow said.
It's very rewarding to help anyone who walks through that door, and we give 110 percent for all veterans," said VanBoxel.
Lewis knows I have to give 110 percent, so when the holidays come around we know it's going to be worth it," she added.
It's what pushes us to try our best and give 110 percent every time" (p.
He'll give 110 percent, and from his performances he can lift the team and lift the spirit in the group.
Elizabeth continues, "I think that the healthiest dancer is the one who can give 110 percent at work, but then leave it behind when they go home and come back with a fresh outlook the next day.
He's a grinder like me and is always going to give 110 percent.
He tries to pass on this sense of purpose to each new employee, saying, "We expect that you are going to wake up every day excited to come to work and give 110 percent as an individual and a member of the team.
If you are lucky enough to get a job interview, you must show your potential employer that their area is your passion and convince them that you will give 110 percent.
Such courage is what inspires others willingly to go the extra mile, to give 110 percent or, if necessary, to lay down their lives for a buddy.
When I was working as a med-surge nurse caring for 13 patients or more on a daily basis, I was once asked by a co-worker, "Why do you always give 110 percent when you can get away with giving only 80 percent?
If this is David Beckham on an ankle that's 78 percent, where does the Galaxy go when he's willing to give 110 percent, and in a game that really counts?
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