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    1. endure here on earth was to show how much He loves

    2. I've had to endure lectures on the effects before

    3. I often need to run after them and make them hold my hands either they like or or not! Moreover, during the break I can barely endure all that concentrated negativity against me: It is impossible for me to exchange even a word with anyone in there; if I dare approach a group of pupils, they turn their faces the other way, they stop talking and they all split in a second

    4. 3For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after

    5. With his skills as a technician he removed that feature and would not even allow even these animated drawings of women to endure more than a slap on the ass

    6. Pretty soon I had to endure complaints about my disappearance, ending up to “All those years I've been nothing but the little one you deigned to keep company with, just because nobody else wanted to be your friend!” – at this point Persa almost burst into tears

    7. It was not easy to think while in this much pain, greater than any mortal could ever endure, greater than natural nerves can conduct

    8. He felt like shutting down the houri on him, or better yet, transform it into a whirling malestrom of rusty, broken knives that chased him for days, something reminiscent of what he had to endure

    9. Being able to lean on Menachem as I did, being so young and so inexperienced, gave me the strength to endure and to accept

    10. But what is that to us? The implications of the cross of Christ are that He was willing to endure suffering

    1. he endured the madness of the itch because he was impotence personified, that

    2. He had endured a lifetime of such decisions however

    3. Still he continued to receive veron cycles and endured the unspeakable

    4. After all that we had endured this was how it would end

    5. He endured to the end

    6. All that Smith was aware of was the equivalent of a cosmic itch, and he endured the madness of the itch because he was impotence personified, that impotence inherent in not quite understanding the concept of the scratch, Smith unwittingly agreed with the future earthly Buddha in that He found the unformulated conjecture of eternal peace to be vexatious and maddening

    7. settling to the pore and the age endured,

    8. The young man was, by now, emotionally drained, having lost count of the number of dates and encounters that he’d endured in his desperate quest to find marital happiness

    9. 4 Bringing about true salvation that has endured

    10. I have endured deep seas to know them both

    1. Cultivate the realisation that eternity is long and that that which is slowly built up endures forever

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

    3. 21Yet hath he not root in himself, but endures for a while: for when tribulation or

    4. 8The LORD will perfect that which concerns me: thy mercy, O LORD, endures for ever:

    5. Billy endures these minor social events because it brings him closer to Maggie, and he also has to admit that he loves the house, although he finds the contents a little twee

    6. endures forever, let the house of

    7. The labour of some of the most respectable orders in the society is, like that of menial servants, unproductive of any value, and does not fix or realize itself in any permanent subject, or vendible commodity, which endures after that labour is past, and for which an equal quantity of labour could afterwards be procured

    8. What would it have been, had the law given no direct encouragement to agriculture besides what arises indirectly from the progress of commerce, and had left the yeomanry in the same condition as in most other countries of Europe ? It is now more than two hundred years since the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth, a period as long as the course of human prosperity usually endures

    9. With the height of their kingdoms turned to dust, My love endures

    10. It is the man who endures through the pain,

    1. It was like a love of dogs, of some farmyard animal, loved while useful, loved while sitting by the fire on a cold evening, one ear cocked for the intruding fox, but not a love enduring or warm when the cold winds of survival blow

    2. Lady Maya’s wing had indeed been broken; there seemed to be no end to the suffering she was enduring

    3. Some end up enduring a whole evening of bad

    4. The emotional maelstrom that he is feeling is nothing to the devastation that his partner must be enduring

    5. After years of enduring these sorts of formal necessities, and the insipid arrogance of some participants whom I've met along the way

    6. “On of these authors (the Fellow that was Pilloryed, I have forgot his Name) is indeed so grave, sententious, dogmatical of a Rogue, that there is no enduring him

    7. misery he was currently enduring (and he’d experienced

    8. was better than the silence they’d been enduring

    9. It was painful, but not nearly as much as what she was enduring

    10. She might as well be dead, enduring month after month of this minimal

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