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10 Phrases for Saying Something is Easy & Difficult

1. It's a piece of cake.
2. It's a cinch.
3. It's a breeze.
4. Anyone can do it.
5. There's nothing to it.
6. It's hard.
7. It's a bit tricky.
8. It's really tough.
9. It's not a walk in the park.
10. It's very demanding. (= it takes a lot of time and energy)
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    Shivram Bhoje

    Shivram Baburao Bhoje (born 9 April 1942) is a distinguished Indian nuclear scientist who worked in the field of fastbreeder nuclear reactor technology for forty years in the design, construction, operation, and research and development Indian government has honored him with Padma Shri in 2003, the fourth highest civilian award in India, for his distinguished service to science and engineering fieldsBhoje was born on 9 April 1942 in Kasaba Sangaon, a small village in Kolhapur district which falls under Kagal Taluka jurisdiction He completed his schooling in Dadasaheb Magadum high school, Kasaba Sangaon He was famous for his knowledge in mathematics and science in his school After completing schooling, he moved to Rajaram College Kolhapur to complete his junior college education He completed his Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1965 from College of Engineering Pune, COEP, University of PuneBhoje completed one year training in Nuclear Science and Engineering at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Training School and joined as a Scientific Officer at BARC, Trombay He started working in the Fast Reactor Section for design of an experimental reactor He was on a oneyear deputation to the Centre dEtudes Nucleare Cadarache, France, as a member of the design team of the 13mW fastbreeder test reactor (FBTR) in 196970
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