Since I have been in that altered position, I have strained every nerve
, I have exerted every energy, to improve it.
Patroclus gave chase, calling impetuously on the Danaans and full of fury against the Trojans, who, being now no longer in a body, filled all the ways with their cries of panic and rout; the air was darkened with the clouds of dust they raised, and the horses strained every nerve
in their flight from the tents and ships towards the city.
In a country that has strained every nerve
and sinew to develop nuclear weapons, spending countless billions, at least a third of all children are chronically malnourished.
Our JPEG2000 decoder and cryptographic AES and HMAC cores are key elements in the design and our team has strained every nerve
to integrate and optimize the cores to meet the demanding specifications of the Barco Alchemy module.
The December 17 Authority for the Protection of the Revolution and the December 17 Association had strained every nerve
to obtain the abused judge's nolle prosequi, but in vain, as the plaintiff was not in the region.
In an interview given in 2004, he said: "When The Disaster came out the minions of the Harold Wilson government, and the absurd George Thomas, strained every nerve
and sinew to suppress it but such books cannot be smothered.