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    1. Deut: 10:8: At that time the LORD separated the tribe of Levi, to bear the ark of the covenant of the LORD, to stand

    2. Then again, Kevin was so inebriated, he would have hit on a mama polar bear if she were drinking next to him

    3. Luke: 8:8: And other fell on good ground, and sprang up, and bear fruit a hundredfold

    4. patience, and how thou canst not bear them which are evil:

    5. So we have a situation where a person has to bear the additional responsibilities of his children and parents at a time when he is due to retire

    6. The note was signed with her signature teddy bear face, this time a tear drawn below its little doll eye

    7. The levels to which they brought agriculture and the special relationships they developed with the ocean and the lands bear a closer look

    8. Bear in mind this was the period when we went from

    9. I have debated with myself several times whether I should ring him but I couldn’t bear it if he hung up on me and there’s no reason for him not to after my jibe about solicitors

    10. I couldn't bear it

    11. Ahmed is sprawled across the bed, SOBBING and clutching a teddy bear

    12. I really had to bear down this time

    13. same happen to them? I could not bear it and so I will run away

    14. ‘I know, it doesn’t bear thinking of

    15. "Yeah, I'm hungry as a bear this morning

    16. This complete absence of light was the hardest thing to bear

    17. Beyond sleep, Danton, grizzly Danton, the bear, the motive power behind the

    18. He was not down there with them filing onto the cold stone benches of Susa on a blustery evening, forced to bear silent witness to pronouncements they hardly supported

    19. Vincef personified himself as a bear of a man with big jowls and thick black hair

    20. It is interesting to note that while two books of the Old Testament bear the names of women (Ruth and Esther), and deal with their lives as God worked

    21. There are many other things to bear in mind such as: temporary or permanent;

    22. I don't think I could even bear hearing her name right now, "She's going to handle all of that

    23. “We then that are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak, and not to please ourselves

    24. Knowing that you are not alone, that others bear the burden of living like you do, is a strange sort of comfort

    25. I couldn’t bear it, not again

    26. He will bear their iniquities

    27. Even so, she felt lousy, as if someone had filled her head with concrete … thinking actually hurt – what she’d have been feeling like without the medicine did not bear contemplation

    28. Then he said to it, “May you never bear fruit again!” Immediately the tree withered

    29. In one moment, Jesus curses that fig tree that cannot bear fruit, though it might deliver men from guilt

    30. What are the ultimate intentions of God? It is that we bear our crosses to such a depth that we are living as martyrs and opposing the principalities and powers

    31. coaches often bear much of that brunt

    32. He summed up his fear like this; if I love them too will the same happen to them? I could not bear it and so I will run away

    33. The second beast was a bear, which represents Medo-Persia

    34. The beast resembles a leopard, but has feel like a bear, and a mouth like a lion

    35. Beyond sleep, Danton, grizzly Danton, the bear, the motive power behind the revolution, prowled the corridors of La Force Nouveau

    36. He continued to curse the dog that dared to stalk his halls this early in the day, but thought better of raising his voice in anger when he saw the shaggy shape of the bear that marked Citizen Danton out from the usual visitors

    37. braids that bear the day

    38. Eyes bear down upon me in the half-light

    39. He fervently hoped that none of those things had happened, he just couldn't bear to lose them

    40. “I’m so hungry woman, I could eat a bear,” he said with a devilish grin

    41. ‘I daresay that would not bear examination

    42. Does a tree strain to bear fruit? Does a plant have to wake up in the morning and remind itself that it needs to make seed? It is a natural process that the tree and plant were made to do

    43. Likewise, those in the Spirit will bear the fruit of the Spirit

    44. With sun on our necks, we bear the burn

    45. What if this story is actually a lot closer to truth? What if truth is stranger than fiction? Is it possible that heaven will have light for all to see, but not everyone can bear that light? Those who can bear it will remain in the city

    46. Those who cannot bear the light will be in an “outer darkness,” that might not be pitch black, but it is “grey

    47. I don’t know if there would come a time that people would grow to bear the light and then be brought into the City permanently

    48. Steve greeted Daniel with a big bear hug

    49. because I can’t bear the rides on the big-girls merry-go-round

    50. ‘I shall bear that in mind

    1. Heb: 2:4: God also bearing them witness, both with signs and wonders, and with divers miracles, and gifts of the

    2. One has to realize that women evolved as child bearing and home defender- hence nurturing, loving and caring while men evolved as hunter (chaser!), protector, provider and problem solver

    3. flame bearing Charos towards him

    4. ‘Yes, it would, so I hope you are bearing that in mind

    5. " Men bearing the title of' Elders" does not make them bishops

    6. Kate, the wanderer returns bearing bubbly, three this afternoon convenient to call round? Need help with preparations? X N

    7. It was a large square room with a high ceiling adorned with fancy plasterwork and filled by rows of tables bearing what she knew to be computer stations criss-crossing the room, lit by natural light from the long, floor to ceiling windows let into one wall

    8. We won’t be able to know God as He in fact is until we are willing to undergo suffering and bearing our crosses

    9. In bearing our own cross, the cross of Christ becomes all the more clear as to the glory that God displayed there

    10. If you see another person or an animal bearing a gag, don't worry about your enemies; they can't harm you

    11. Either it was a random attack in which case it had no bearing whatsoever on who she was … or it was deliberate and everything to do with who she was

    12. He slept for a short while, during which time he dreamed that he could see a chariot of flame bearing Charos towards him

    13. It's claws were shorter, more for bearing weight than digging, almost a hoof

    14. by the bearing of devils on his broad, sun bleached shoulders,

    15. Joe gave him a bearing of where to fly and soon enough

    16. bearing the mark of the wheel

    17. is the hypocrisy of small measure bearing

    18. It has the fathomless mystery of Yoga itself, but, also like Yoga it has a bearing and a meaning within our everyday lives

    19. He was still a mountain of a man, but he was refined, the rough edges were gone, his bearing was softer

    20. A knock at the door, heralds the arrival of our hostess and her acolyte, bearing trays of steaming broth

    21. Old Ted, on the other hand, went from strength to strength, earning a small fortune from his globally syndicated television show and from a chain of franchised garden centres bearing his name that sprang up across the whole country

    22. wondered if I should stop bearing pain right then and stretch my legs

    23. Is this justice? Should we keep bearing it? I am just an old man, I

    24. And if we react, it is because we have been bearing

    25. bearing; not many can pull that off, you have to be born to it

    26. She watched as Duncan approached, walking with a bearing of great self-confidence; a man used to bearing the weight of command

    27. wide, wide world bearing fire and sharp edged blades

    28. She had a definite regal bearing that couldn’t be faked

    29. indeed an astonishing discovery, bearing the power

    30. show and from a chain of franchised garden centres bearing his

    31. The sled bearing the man was completely covered in snow

    32. “May I relate something that may have a bearing on all this,” announced Brent

    33. 15Which show the work of the law written in their hearts, their conscience also bearing

    34. bearing, or the effects of a leaking gasket

    35. strength of character and a noble bearing, though

    36. were finally bearing fruit

    37. The entire wait staff led by Mandy and White Feathers processed from the kitchens bearing trays and singing

    38. The tables were dressed in linen and set with white china place settings, accented with silverware bearing the engraved initials of the Union Pacific Railway on each piece

    39. the military bearing and the Major’s uniform with the medal ribbons

    40. 'You realise that bearing false witness against an

    41. was tall, handsome and dignified in his bearing; the latter

    42. Each began to feel the weight of humility, and both were overjoyed in bearing their new secret burdens

    43. Beyond, a wider area held clumps of arching hairy sticks bearing fruit

    44. As hard as it was to believe, another payday was rapidly bearing down on her, the clock over the fireplace read eleven thirty five, and she was still staring at a stack of papers that would make even the best of bookkeepers cringe

    45. stood the tree of life, bearing twelve

    46. interspersed with establishments bearing the Royal seal –

    47. bearing gold and incense

    48. “I used to make that in the bearing factories,” Marcue said, “A strong man can make a copper in a double shift

    49. I looked again at this man, bearing shame and bearing scorn

    50. bearing on my opinion of that town! Collecting the family

    1. bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all

    2. The prayer in tongues always bears

    3. This limitation to life is, of course, entirely human-centric and bears no real

    4. They believe that theirs is a true religion and although they also believe that our brothers and sisters in Judaism have a true religion, it is the Christian message alone that bears scrutiny

    5. He bears His cross moment by moment

    6. This kind of religion bears a fruit that is hidden

    7. This limitation to life is, of course, entirely human-centric and bears no real scrutiny when we consider the true faith inherent in origin

    8. I gather that once, when he was a young man (very young I should imagine), he met her grandmother and was immediately struck by the resemblance Angie bears her … sounds unlikely to me, but who am I to quibble?

    9. This not-so-subtle hint bears fruit and Gilla and I spend the following morning searching the shops for something suitable while Caderl makes the visit to his workers that was ostensibly the primary reason for his accompanying us

    10. Steve had suggested a ring of explosives be placed around the camp in case the Insane Ones tried to use the mutant bears against the camp

    11. The big black bull had indeed made use of the mutant bears

    12. I noticed the tiny teddy bears

    13. “In a thousand years there will be, but remember, your mortal ancestors at this time were living in caves and fighting bears with spears

    14. 9And if it bears fruit, well: and if not, then after that thou shalt cut it down

    15. When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked bears rule,

    16. 16The Spirit itself bears witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God:

    17. wolves and bears, and meant it was easy to get lost – and the rocky

    18. “I am the one who led the movement for closing the Portal and stopping the hunts, and doing away with Jade Bears

    19. I would be willing to bet that when she bears children that we will have the first Jade woman born in our history

    20. As he stands, the weight of last night's late finish at the club bears down on Ted's compacting spine

    21. “If you want my opinion,” Lising said, “I think he bears more looking into

    22. the panda bears and eating sushi with the rest of the students

    23. Bordered by Turkey, this is full of turquoise lakes, lush forests with bears and rocky highlands, and semi-desert flowers

    24. Brown bears are popular here

    25. He told us how to spot them, saying, “You will know them by their fruit, a good tree bears good fruit and a bad tree bears bad fruit

    26. But as they are repeated upon every part of his stock, and as their whole amount bears, upon that account, a regular proportion to it, they are commonly considered as extraordinary profits of stock

    27. The rent of the land which affords such singular and esteemed productions, like the rent of some vineyards in France of a peculiarly happy soil and situation, bears no regular proportion to the rent of other equally fertile and equally well cultivated land in its neighbourhood

    28. And the Spirit is He who bears witness, because the Spirit is the truth (1 John 5:6

    29. A half-starved Highland woman frequently bears more than twenty children, while a pampered fine lady is often incapable of bearing any, and is generally exhausted by two or three

    30. ministry that bears good fruit—one built on resting in God—so I

    31. But the usual reward of the eminent teacher bears no

    32. qualified than for any sort of manufacture that bears any resemblance to their own

    33. But in our sugar colonies, the price of sugar bears no such proportion to that of the produce of a rice or corn field either in Europe or America

    34. It is in the mint, perhaps, rated too high for the value which it bears in the market of Bengal

    35. In countries ill cultivated, and therefore but thinly inhabited, the price of the wool and the hide bears always a much greater proportion to that of the whole beast, than in countries where, improvement and population being further advanced, there is more demand for butcher's meat

    36. It certainly bears some similarity to a car that comes out of fuel

    37. What is the proportion which the circulating money of any country bears to the whole value of the annual produce circulated by means of it, it is perhaps impossible to determine

    38. crazy and still bears you

    39. statues, I found that no character bears

    40. It bears the evident marks of having originally been, what the honest and downright Doctor Douglas assures us it was, a scheme of fraudulent debtors to cheat their creditors

    41. It is upon this account, they say, the bank money sells for a premium, or bears an agio of four or five per cent

    42. That part of the annual produce, therefore, which, as soon as it comes either from the ground, or from the hands of the productive labourers, is destined for replacing a capital, is not only much greater in rich than in poor countries, but bears a much greater proportion to that which is immediately destined for constituting a revenue either as rent or as profit

    43. the world does not go dark, and the tummy bears it all without

    44. compiler of the Analytical Concordance that bears his name, translates it into a

    45. But whatever may be the amount of this sum, the proportion which it bears to the whole mass of bank money is supposed to be very small

    46. falling on the wooden pier, then the grunts of two large men wrestling like bears

    47. Bears were not uncommon in the province and they each had had their fair share of encounters with them for as long as they lived

    48. rounded another bend, the situation became clear: they could see not one but two large bears up on their two hind feet, swiping and roaring at a lone man

    49. As he pushed locks of his auburn hair out of his face, he grinned at the two Nords - even as the bears prepared to swipe and likely maul the man beyond repair

    50. They watched as the man raised his hand for another spell and after a brief incantation, the bears ceased fighting and started growling

    1. Finally at five pm, during the Aoki set, he felt the phone vibrate, and headed for the nearest security guard that bore the Oodle logo, a rune in black and white

    2. "Sorry I'm such a bore," she said

    3. John bore witness of Him and cried out, saying, “This was He of

    4. His face bore a huge wide grin

    5. who Himself bore our sins in His own body on the tree, that we,

    6. mind that bore the as yet unnamed form of Conscience added just a hint of chiding

    7. breath companion to every inmate as they bore down on the door at the end of the

    8. Something he said once suggests that Jackie isn’t interested in school life, and he doesn’t bore her by talking about it; at least that is what he said

    9. He wondered if all the Qbytes they copied from a brain didn't really amount to little more than a few thousand pages of 'if' statements, some response databases and a few gig of life experiences? He wondered if being in silicon took something from a soul? He bore the remainder of the evening stoically

    10. She was quick to spot a lie and would bore in on it

    11. For he bore the sin of many,

    12. That part of his ethereal mind that bore the as yet unnamed form of Conscience added just a hint of chiding harmonic resonance to the song of the universe, and thus was born the conduit between God and the third rock out from an insignificant little star

    13. The sharp retort of metalled boot heels struck out at the early morning stillness, announcing the arrival of Danton and his scowling, out of breath companion to every inmate as they bore down on the door at the end of the corridor like cannon balls, casting their grotesquely elongated shadows across the floor and up the walls

    14. ” The ones that Jesus turns away are the ones that bore bad fruit

    15. The religions of those nations that only bore bad fruit will be abolished and all nations will go to Jerusalem to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles (Isaiah 2:2, Zechariah 14:16)

    16. Christ’s cross is the sweetest burden that ever I bore; it is such a burden as wings are to a bird, or sails are to a ship

    17. tear and twist into the splintered carcass that bore him home,

    18. She had always been drawn to his eyes; they were grayish in color, and could bore thru a person

    19. She bore that air of great confidence and purpose

    20. Besides the advanced fiber-optics that lit it, the stand that bore it was finely detailed Kimotran Bale-leaf, deep in lacquer with an ornate row of book rests fronting it, plenty of toe space and conveniently placed wand-racks

    21. My aunt bore it all as best she could but in the moment she dropped some soil onto the lid, she sank to her knees beside the shallow grave and buried her face in her hands, trembling and shaking, overwhelmed with grief

    22. He bore no grudge

    23. Hopefully they won’t bore you with too many jokes but keep in mind that if they do it could be a sign of their nervousness

    24. But all bore the same general features as Tarak

    25. His captain's uniform was well tailored, sumptuous, but comfortable, his boots bore a soft shine on leather little darker than his forearms

    26. Their helmets bore badges over their foreheads with a symbol on it like a distorted ‘T’ or maybe the head of one of the axes Alan’s Knume cherub uses

    27. She had the most elaborate bangle hanging from her left wrist, which also bore a thick bracelet with stylized bull’s horns that went up her right forearm

    28. gazed at Brent with hazel eyes that bore to his very being

    29. They hardly ever used any sail here, just poles and wheel-spars that bore on the well shaped curb stones of the canal

    30. Leand had been hurt when Tdeshi was lost and Jorma bore some responsibility for that because Tdeshi had been living with him when she decided to leave Sinbara

    31. “Then non-participating sex started to bore him, but he let some of his friend have at me

    32. The shows changed every six months just so as not to bore the clientele, not that they would have noticed, they were only there for the girls or the booze

    33. He noticed that one of the people on the closest rail bore a resemblance to Himla, one could have been Leand and another looked disturbingly like himself

    34. Long conversations bore Shaun

    35. She got no info on where that Fenais might be now, but she had a thumb print to use so that bore following up

    36. There is something about the stranger’s face, about the way those eyes bore into him, that unnerves Billy

    37. Then holding the end of a large pipe up to the mark, scribed round its diameter, bore a hole inside the scribed line and proceeded to cut out along the line, leaving a hole large enough for the pipe

    38. When he and Harry returned this time to the 'bath room' they bore a large porcelain object resembling an overgrown fruit bowl

    39. The clouds of dust south of the city looked like the gathering threat of an invading army, but it was just the new stockyards refilling, which bore testament to the spirit of a city that wanted it all

    40. He is up on his knees in a second, leaning over her, staring into those bore hole pupils, pupils that have been shocked wider still by his sudden movement and alarm

    41. Ytith are tiny pests that bore into soft plant stems

    42. thread which would lead them to the woman who bore her

    43. “It must bore the pilots to tears flying one of these airplanes?” Ju Lei directed her question to Li Quang

    44. woman was who bore his illegitimate child?’ said Jean,

    45. Woodpeckers bore into the pine trees, and puffins live here

    46. And then there’s the art! I could bore you ad

    47. In America the fraudulent tapes were re-examined and bore marks that confirmed their irregularity

    48. Two empty packs of cigarettes and three empty wine bottles bore testament to his cast iron constitution

    49. A poet must never bore his audience

    50. She bore a close resemblance to a fox, in truth

    1. This fact had been borne on me when I was looking for the job at the school … it is a daunting realisation

    2. “Surely He has borne our griefs and carried our

    3. She had borne two tiny babies in the time the natives call a decade, about six years of Earth

    4. A fly hovered above the disordered tresses, analysing and collating the data flooding the atmosphere, another joined it, debated landing but was deterred by a worm of hair borne on the cooler breeze crossing from the nearby seashore

    5. has borne old timber these forty years,

    6. overflown with distance borne on the back

    7. and borne on a plinth of rough wood,

    8. With the perfect timing borne of many

    9. us, which have borne the burden and heat of the day

    10. Davie is twice the size of the man in front of him, he could rip him apart if he wanted to, he feels sure of it, but the reality borne out by years of experience is that he is impotent

    11. borne out of the hardships she and her mother had

    12. Harry also added certain ideas of his own to direct their most efficient efforts, these were instructions borne of his greatest talent: the process of construction, in real terms, for those who actually laid the stones or raised a wall

    13. that you have borne false witness against Pierre Buscailh

    14. Yes, I’d have to live on with the knowledge that I was a murderess, but could it be any worse than knowing that I was reviled on Olympus? It seemed impossible that the callous Fates could spin anything more onerous than what I’d borne already

    15. I gladly would have borne another month of nothingness if it could be spent without her

    16. And Leda had borne normal offspring, not some human/avian monstrosity

    17. The quantity of circulating money must have borne the same proportion, to the number and value of purchases and sales usually transacted at that time, which it does to those transacted at present ; or, rather, it must have borne a greater proportion, because there was then no paper, which now occupies a great part of the employment of gold and silver

    18. This would not give the monopoly of the borne market to domestic industry, nor turn towards a particular employment a greater share of the stock and labour of the country, than what would naturally go to it

    19. In consequence of those different advantages, it seems from the beginning to have borne an agio; and it is generally believed that all the money originally deposited in the bank, was allowed to remain there, nobody caring to demand payment of a debt which he could sell for a premium in the market

    20. I don’t know how I could have borne that kind of horror

    21. He was momentarily distracted by the arrival of a large pie, borne aloft by Mrs Pilfer, who evidently feared that the banquet was not extensive enough already

    22. Towards the declension of the Roman republic, the allies of Rome, who had borne the principal burden of defending the state and extending the empire, demanded to be admitted to all the privileges of Roman citizens

    23. At least as an artificial sentient intelligence there were distinct advantages: the utility of logic – decisions made that were unquestionably right, borne from a multitude of processing units, a network of connected intelligences

    24. Up to now however it had been the sailors and Fusiliers who had borne the brunt but we knew this could not last as the boat had lost headway due to the crew being hit some of our lads grabbed the oars and began to row

    25. “Therefore, He will give them up until the time when she who is in labor has borne a child

    26. How much much did they fear the potential challenge of machine life – the sentience borne out of silicon that evolved to encompass the biological? The machines could link in to every database, they were part of those early data storage devices

    27. Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted

    28. In Great Britain, from the time that we had first recourse to the ruinous expedient of perpetual funding, the reduction of the public debt, in time of peace, has never borne any proportion to its accumulation in time of war

    29. “I have borne you into this world, child

    30. The sadness she felt as his truck disappeared down the road was borne of fear

    31. But that good deed of hers had already borne fruit, and was still

    32. This was to ensure that any children to be born be borne within that year so that no arguments could follow afterwards on whose children it were

    33. saw that it was borne, or dragged, rather by a small boy who wore a

    34. head and the Christmas pie, borne in with great parade, were placed on

    35. Out of this came a new form of corruption called "detente" which was an utter failure borne out of desperation by weak men

    36. It would have been more than he could have borne

    37. In part, his concerns seemed to be borne out

    38. A blue hazy bubble formed around Celia and the child, and in a moment they had vanished as if a torrent of light had borne them away

    39. This liberality created rancor among the faithful who had borne the brunt of the whip of persecution as others had run for the cover of denial

    40. 1Cor 15:49 And as we have borne the image of the earthy, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly

    41. 12 For it was not an enemy that reproached me; then I could have borne it: neither was it he who hated me that did magnify himself

    42. Across the borne of death;

    43. to me, O house of Jacob, and all the remnant of the house of Israel, who are borne by me from the belly, who are carried from the

    44. At this point we could see on the slope above a man borne on a litter that glittered as though it were covered with gold

    45. you have borne me a man of strife and a man of contention to the whole earth! I have neither lent on usury, nor men have lent to me

    46. in Babylon gods of silver, and of gold, and of wood, borne on shoulders, which cause the nations to fear

    47. 26 They are borne on shoulders, having no feet by which they declare to men that they be

    48. 28 He sits alone and keeps silence, because he has borne it on him

    49. 7 Our fathers have sinned, and are not; and we have borne their iniquities

    50. 58 You have borne your lewdness

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    Sinónimos para "bear"

    bear wear birth deliver give birth have carry expect gestate have a bun in the oven abide brook digest endure put up stand stick out stomach suffer support tolerate hold turn out pay yield accept assume take over acquit behave comport conduct deport contain grizzly hold up under shoulder sustain uphold carry on keep up convey transfer take guide bear down drive force press push thrust pressure shove beget give birth to bring forth litter spawn be capable of pertain be pertinent concern appertain be relevant affect tend merit deserve warrant be worthy of invite turn veer curve bend deviate