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    deal with

    1. This time it's for the romance of being who I really am, who I am without the distractions of an early death and resurrection in an experimental environment, a starship expedition that went wrong and the founding of an industry to deal with

    2. Can deal with most of the situations

    3. Note any subtle ways in which you might already feel somewhat better as you deal with difficult situations

    4. The world has changed so comprehensively that we can no longer deal with our day-to-day problems by simply using our bodies’ physical powers

    5. Earning for our food, rushing to work by various modes of transport, waiting in queues, communication using modern means, social responsibilities, all have been added to the man who was originally created to deal with only nature

    6. As I said, I prefer to deal with someone who committed

    7. Everything depends on what we think about the nature and environment and how we want to deal with our fellow beings

    8. He does not deal with us

    9. throwing at Him, God have enough goodness to deal with

    10. bringing them to the one who is able of deal with their

    11. Jesus will deal with everyone’s sin without rejecting

    12. was able to deal with this woman’s sins even though

    13. Simon had a problem with her, He was able to deal with

    14. wanted to stone her, He was able to deal with Peter’s

    15. three times, and He is able to deal with our sins, because

    16. · Look carefully for the cause of pain and then search for a way to deal with the cause

    17. God deal with man

    18. Men need to learn to deal with stress through mental shielding which involves developing the ability to disengage from hostile comments and remain in control, first by achieving a calm, relaxed state, and then creating a mental shield between yourself and person responsible for causing stress

    19. "If they get that four tons of aluminum, they can do more harm than we can deal with

    20. While it is difficult to plan a trouble free retirement, being better prepared will help us deal with the uncertainties more effectively

    21. My feeling is to deal with the cause and that the whitefly only the effects

    22. ‘How did you deal with that?’

    23. Which brought him to his next order of business; he had to find out who he was dealing with and how best to deal with them

    24. Whilst wielding the loo brush and scrubbing at decades of limescale, I’d decided that I shall deal with this … this setback … come to terms with it and then I will call her

    25. Is it very wet? Fog? Winds? Where are you located? Your state will have its own special environmental issues that you will have to deal with

    26. If he was ever going to deal with stolen things, that bead would be enormous temptation

    27. On top of that, I spent most of yesterday keeping within reach of the phone and, on the two occasions I had to go out of earshot into the garden to deal with the washing, I had checked to see if anyone had called while I was out there as soon as I got back inside … but Stephen didn’t call

    28. The phone rang and I decided to deal with Will later

    29. They look into each others eyes and she smiles, turns to deal with Ahmed

    30. "So what was the deal with Zamir's tattoo? Why would anyone want a tattoo of the Albanian flag?"

    31. "Michael was three months into his deal with Sammy

    32. mutiny to deal with, Ranger

    33. Saya's talk of her missing father had stirred up a bunch of emotions that Leonora did not want to deal with, from thoughts of her long-lost mother to memories of her father, whom she hadn't visited in months and felt guilty about

    34. As though things weren't bad enough I had to deal with that as well

    35. It seems she took a blow to the head and there is some internal bleeding which they are having to deal with

    36. That asteroid will destroy us too and we won't have a later to think about that if we don't deal with this now

    37. wall, finding it extremely hard to deal with the situation

    38. Okay, so during that time I also had to deal with getting out of bed (when did my legs turn to cotton wool?) and being taken along to the toilet (amazing how quickly one can get out of the habit of the most commonplace activities)

    39. It is hard to accept that office knowing full well that you will have to deal with many of those after being appointed

    40. Paul instructed the churches of Galatia on how to deal with those in sin

    41. 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

    42. His oldest sons had ridden out to deal with Waldeis, the one who had given Ernesto the infection and now ridden off into the wild chaparral in fear

    43. That would be the next refinement, the boat needs to get much thinner to deal with the city

    44. Their flavor was close enough to bacon to deal with

    45. And now Ava had to deal with the separation

    46. "All in good time," Alfred said, "One of the first things we have to deal with is getting Alan back up here before he starts granting interviews to news magazines

    47. Now it was her turn to deal with this

    48. Danton stood in the middle of the room and looked down at the squat figure by the wall, finding it extremely hard to deal with the situation

    49. One person she could deal with, two might be a problem

    50. Many of Jesus’ parables deal with agriculture, because most of the people of His time would have understood this easiest

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    Synonyme für "deal with"

    tackle plunge into attack take up affect