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    1. They have so much more to cope with

    2. For example, aconite is sometimes used to relieve stress-induced palpitations and anxiety, while sepia is given for tearfulness and inability to cope

    3. It is a terrible effort to keep a job and return to a small tenement and cope with growing children as well as the usually ailing parents

    4. ‘But I’ll cope

    5. ‘The trick is to cope with it without breaking

    6. Then we had to unload everything and dig out sufficient bedding and so on for Liz to cope for the night

    7. ‘Life’s like that – you either cope with it or go under

    8. The young Jubei does not know how to cope with this life full

    9. Comforting myself that I can cope with a pretend kiss, I take my place

    10. ‘Just my inability to cope at the moment

    11.  You have to learn to cope with your problems

    12. But I feel such a fool not being able to cope …’

    13. My department had to take on two new staff last week to cope with the increased volume of administration

    14. ‘There’s the question of who will runs the house for him … I can’t just leave Father to cope on his own

    15. Are you sure the Travel Device can cope with the four of us”

    16. Society couldn't cope with that today

    17. People have lived ten centuries with the Instinct now, no one could cope with even the threat of violence

    18. ‘Can you cope with your stuff?’ he asked, lugging Joris’ bag through into his cabin

    19. The substances of which gallstones are made are produced when the body is unable to cope adequately with the amount of fat consumed

    20. One of the first messages you'll get is how to cope with a crash and how to use oxygen in case of an emergency

    21. By lunchtime, I am more or less calm again … I can cope with bad news, it’s not knowing that ties me in knots …

    22. ‘I’m feeling more able to cope now … I’ll be okay

    23. Alastair has very sweetly organised breakfast for me – thank goodness he’s not one of those people who are chatty over breakfast … I can cope with most things but conversation at the breakfast table is definitely not one of them

    24. ‘Jo, how are you going to cope with moving house? I know how attached you are to this place

    25. You can claim you can't quit because the cigarettes help you cope with your crappy life, or you can quit smoking and use the extra money to:

    26. She assures me that she can cope and again asks if Rob is all right

    27. Then focus on possible ways to cope with such a prognosis:

    28. ‘But,’ I interrupted, ‘What I want to avoid is you getting into a situation you can’t cope with and I think that being on your own in the house could result in such a situation

    29. situation that he could scarcely cope with

    30. 'But why a nunnery?' I asked, wondering just how Joanna thinks she would cope with the regime of a convent

    31. 'It is scary enough being pregnant if you're in a relationship, let alone having to cope without anyone to help

    32. I tried to help him cope with these events,

    33. We try to assess their capacity for fitting in with the others, as you may imagine - the dynamics of the group changes from month to month - and their drive to use the time fruitfully – sadly, we do have applicants who are too damaged by their history to cope with that

    34. he was old enough to both understand and to cope with the sense of

    35. She could cope with him

    36. At first she had felt a little daunted by the task, wondering how she was going to cope with the catering for the group

    37. The distance from the bus office to the police station had been excruciating … if he could resolve that, it would make life much easier to cope with

    38. Jane Hammond is sensible and should be able to cope

    39. will she be able to cope without someone to bring in money

    40. “Sure it is, but I can cope with it

    41. There were several new families around the village transplanted from more urban roots, and who were less able to initially cope with the harsh winters of the Sierra village

    42. Before I left for Hong Kong in 1977 I was employed as an office clerk in a private business firm and by that time the minimum salary was only 300 pesos a month +50 pesos allowance which was really can't cope on the cost-of-living

    43. As a child one finds ways to cope and

    44. After all two babies together will be company for both of them and me and the washing machine can cope

    45. "You could snap your fingers and have the shears do it for you, or perhaps make some tea and cakes whilst we cope with the trimming

    46. You are in a position to devastate a friend or devastate yourself or… cope and make the best of a situation

    47. developed over the years to cope with the alcoholism

    48. darkest of secrets, not sure if his heart would cope with it

    49. you cope with that number?

    50. To see a stack of papers in your dream denotes overwhelming responsibilities and stress that you have to cope with

    1. ‘Yes, she was, wasn’t she?’ Alastair interposed, waving his fork for emphasis, ‘That aria at the end of the first act, you know … the one when you finished in tears … it got me every bloody performance! How you coped with the emotional blast I do not know

    2. ‘And you have coped with all that for how long?’ he asked when I finish by explaining that Alastair had moved in at the weekend

    3. She’s coped brilliantly over the past weeks but there is the occasional look of strain around her eyes

    4. If only he’d told Angie, they would’ve coped somehow – she’d said as much when she finally wheedled the truth out of him a good week after the firm closed down

    5. This is mainly shock and when you think of the stresses she has coped with over the years, not at all to be wondered at

    6. 'He could have coped, I’m sure, if I’d admonished him

    7. So far I have coped

    8. coped with it! “Take me on, Fate, man to man, but stop harassing

    9. As a human his logic was so much further from that near state of perfection it made him wonder how other corporeals coped

    10. that could never have coped with modern traffic, until a V2 rocket arrived

    11. In fact I will tell you that Rosie, Beth and I count have coped without her and she being just a slip of a girl

    12. “Yes but I coped

    13. All returnees who coped well recommended mind games

    14. An autistic person has trouble relating in a normal way to what surrounds them so these things have to be coped with

    15. “I was actually thinking if you could stop visiting for a couple of weeks by which time she may have coped with Ramasamy leaving

    16. Lunt had coped

    17. imbalanced and trying to find themselves coped with the situation

    18. She coped by telling herself they'd always been like this

    19. James was impressed with the competent way that she had coped with Wong shi-Teng and was relieved and happy to know that she had not been the informer within the group

    20. Darren’s mum hadn’t coped well with living alone, and shortly after Mike left had upped sticks and moved, lock, stock and barrel to live near her favourite son

    21. This was done in part for the extraterrestrials to study their learning capabilities and to evaluate how they coped with the vast complex knowledge supplied to them

    22. “I’m wondering how Anton Clegg coped with the fact that his faithful servant Vatavai elected to change camps,” said Rudolph

    23. The sharp contrast of warm pod to cold Horizon was shocking, but she coped

    24. and night is something I couldn't have coped with

    25. Having coped with the excitement, he continued, “Well, but if it has been studied for so long, if the military has shown such an interest in it, and if huge amounts of money were spent, then probably there should have been huge scientific progress in psychic studies

    26. “Lanky” coped with his excitement and switched to a whisper

    27. cious during these moments of misery, Helga nevertheless coped

    28. And at each corner they coped with a maturity and understanding, far ahead of any other around them

    29. This legend reads that this hero coped with an

    30. Mum Not coping, I’ve coped for years with

    31. Panos could not imagine how he would have coped without Lea and Stratos

    32. Miss Wilson had her coped up in the library all day, every day

    33. Bea was in shock, too, but she coped and immediately packed their things

    34. In spite of it, she coped

    35. As e'er my conversation coped withal

    36. Marilyn Monroe had just successfully coped with the surprising release of her nude photography when another scandal broke out around her

    37. Miss Mannering coped with Nancy as she would cope with Camille or Juliet, or any character quite outside of her range of ability

    1. together, let's try switching on the heater, see how the screen copes

    2. that individual copes with anxiety or stress or other (personal) matters determines that individual‘s spiritual capacity to ―know itself

    3. "Because I wanted to show you someone with a different handicap than you have, Monica, and how this man copes with his problem

    4. Oh hell I forgot about that! Does it cause you much pain?” The Psych Boss said “He has more to think of than pain, don’t you Roy? How this fellow copes is not written down in the text books, I tell you!”

    5. through major changes as it copes with the challenges of increasing size

    6. For the first few days Dr Hike talked in-depth to Linda about her childhood, how she copes with stress, and how she reacted to injustices in her life

    7. How one copes with this burden depends on the person and their personality

    8. Its suspension copes confidently with the uneven ground

    9. My favorite receptionist, the incredibly nice Yolanda, who understands and copes with all my complicated hotel arrangements, is at the desk and smiles at me as I approach

    10. You don’t give a shit about her or how she copes with life

    1. I wonder how he is coping

    2. ‘Didn’t want her daughter to see her not coping

    3. As the pressures of coping with my changed mental state

    4. ‘How are you coping with this madhouse? The first time Mike brought me here I completely lost track of who everyone was

    5. ‘I’m sorry … it’s not easy coping with that sort of thing

    6. ‘How are you coping with the riding, Lintze?’

    7. It must have been hard coping, what with the children and everything

    8. ‘How are you coping with all this?’ Gary asked as he fills the kettle

    9. Immediately after the disposal of Alan’s body Helen Roach found that coping with her daughter’s stress and grief was far harder than she had ever imagined it would be

    10. How are you coping without Sam?’ Simon asked cautiously as though broaching the subject would set me off

    11. that coping with her daughter’s stress and grief was far harder than

    12. ‘This peaty soil means lots won’t grow but evolution has ensured that plants you’d never expect to find on peat have evolved ways of coping with it

    13. mission was a way of coping with the grief and loss; the immersive

    14. Small children do sometimes work out ways of coping with abuse, methods of mentally escaping from the physical world

    15. ‘How is Abi coping? She seemed quite happy today

    16. While she nibbles on the sandwiches, I rabbit on telling her what a brilliant job she has done bringing up the kids and how well they are coping

    17. I ask how long he thinks it will be before Sally is capable to coping again

    18. Her niece is coping very well though, which is amazing

    19. Abi’s coping marvellously; of course, it helps that she’s immensely proud of her dad

    20. The skills that the survivor used in coping as a child are the strengths needed to

    21. To see a barometer in your dream represents the state of your inner feelings and how you are coping with emotions or situations

    22. In trying to keep up with the pace of your daily waking life, you dreams may serve as your only outlet in coping and coming to terms with the loss of a loved one

    23. You are experiencing difficulties in coping with your feelings

    24. His only way of coping with the boredom of the three week wait was to immerse himself into the detailed testing of the electronic systems that were his passion

    25. "I think I'm not coping," said Sharon

    26. So his way of coping

    27. Extreme pain can induce hallucinations; this was simply some way of coping with something so intolerable

    28. “So, Raven, how are you coping without your little girl toy?” Her lips curled into a sneer as she mocked him

    29. Hmmm…shame… But how are you coping without her? If there’s one thing I’ve learnt about you, it’s that you need somebody to hang onto

    30. The man in the white suit continued with cautions about the risks, methods of coping with the unpleasantness

    31. “So my dear young nephew, are you having yourself a good time here in London? Are you coping with everything? Tell us everything that you are doing?”

    32. Unlike a ludicrously surreal dream with its incoherence unquestioned, this bore all the hallmarks of normalcy, except it was an idealised version: troubles in easily resolvable forms, rather then any improved coping ability on his part

    33. He’d found it hard coping with Dawn since her mother’s death, the ‘what if’ guilt building a wall between them

    34. getting the snow up her sleeves, Patty got on to the coping of the

    35. He wondered how she was coping, hoping that the doctor was looking after her properly

    36. He’d been so tied up in his own feeling that it hadn’t occurred to him to wonder how she might be coping

    37. It took a lot of arguing to persuade Karla that he didn’t need her help and was quite capable of coping on his own

    38. Through communicating with Houdini about coping with strangers and visitors, we

    39. Coping with being so helpless was harder than I thought it would be

    40. It was coping with Tamoxifen’s side effects of hot flashes and weight gain that was a little harder

    41. Coping with the stress seemed easier to the rank and file

    42. Indirectly this was Hilderich’s way of coping with the problem in hand, partly to offset his mind and unburden it from the stress and the anxiety as well as what he had learned to consider generally counter-productive emotions

    43. Accept what is offered, he told himself, it is only about coping

    44. Was it a common theme? Was the desert and its extreme environment the one to blame for the changes he was going through? Was it a trick of perception, a misstep of the mind? Was it simply a coping mechanism? The array of questions that seemed to come unbidden to his weary mind suddenly became overwhelming

    45. Maybe she is also affected by the Bosurgi Syndrome but coping very successfully with it

    46. foundation to the coping, and so on the outside toward the great court

    47. “I can see you’re writing to Harry, how is he coping with his forced rest?”

    48. He was still stoned and was coping better than he appeared

    49. Dad has made it his life mission to protect my siblings and I and in this case he’s rendered helpless and I don’t think he’s coping well with that

    50. He was never privy to any secrets, be it complaints about Hasini’s husband or her coping with married life

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