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use "rigorous" in a sentence

This year, he has higher expectations and a rigorous pre-race schedule.

Our standards and practices are among the most rigorous in Canadian media.

There will be "rigorous hearings," said a spokeswoman for Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.

He said a decade ago he would have doubted a woman could pass the rigorous course.

On Syrian refugees: “They are subjected to the most rigorous process conceivable.”

Nineteen women began the rigorous training program in April, but 17 were eliminated.

They are subjected to the most rigorous process conceivable, he said of the refugees.

The company now goes through a far more rigorous process to screen potential franchisees.

There’s a rigorous system of background checks and interviews for each driver who is hired.

The competition on July 29 was an "intense and rigorous process" involving two sets of judges.

In fact, as rigorous as Pearce’s academics were, they didn’t take away from his volunteer time.

They also provide multiple opportunities for our candidates to engage in a rigorous discussion.

The administration says it ran a rigorous screening process, sifting through nearly 150 applicants.

Iran would scale its nuclear programme and subject it to rigorous inspection for at least 10 years.

Earning a spot in All-State ensembles is very rigorous and requires many hours of practice, he said.

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