Note the horse-drawn carriages that were still in use in New York until World War I, even though the automobile would soon replace this grueling animal labor.
Europe's new astronauts
Last week the European Space Agency unveiled a roster of six new astronauts
selected after a gruelling, year-long vetting process that began with more
than 8,400 applicants.
The DW-WORLD Article
July 7, 2008
The 21 Stages of the Tour de France
The 95th Tour de France features 180 riders racing 2,212 miles over 23 days. It is a grueling test of endurance and strategy that includes nine mountain stages, two time trials and, undoubtedly, numerous surprises.
Follow the New York Times's coverage of the race on this map, updated during the Tour with articles, photos and multimedia by clicking on the icons below.
gruelling, US USUALLY grueling Hide phonetics
extremely tiring and difficult, and demanding great effort and determination:
Junior doctors often have to work a gruelling 100-hour week.
He eventually won the match after five gruelling sets.
in the field 競技に参加して; 守備について; 戦場［現地］で; 実地に.
When player uses the snow from outside of the battle field or steps out of the field, he(she) loses one point.