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    1. She was confronting the reality that she would now undergo a test of survival that she could very well fail

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

    3. When we apply this to our own lives, it makes sense now as to why we undergo pain and torment

    4. skin is damaged, chances are, they would develop the same thing when they undergo

    5. "At the very basic level,"Ava continued, "impulses travel these circuits in a steady state, the pulses circle their group of neurons and the pseudo-particle that emulates does not undergo a state change

    6. they too had a very long nose, or was prepared to undergo an

    7. “We were told of self-replicating machines that can cause the bodies that heaven is contained in to undergo thermonuclear fusion

    8. “I have met with each of your professors personally, and have received their every assurance that while you still have a few weeks and final examinations to undergo, it will not be to the detriment of this College to allow you the right of processing with the Leavers during this Commemoration's ceremonies

    9. Knowing full well that the entities would have to undergo massive changes, bodiless, they couldn't exist in our gravity

    10. She was able to control the pain, as long as she was well advised to the movement she’d have to undergo, before it actually took place

    11. They were not saying they would be willing to undergo eternal

    12. predestined to that fate) wil undergo (in a state of complete

    13. The sinners at the end of time will undergo

    14. What Fate has doomed thee still to undergo,

    15. In most cases, people who undergo past life regression want to understand if their present situation or dilemma in their current lifetime is caused by events that took place in the past i

    16. People who are keen on knowing their past lives may undergo hypnotic regression or deep meditation but even then only parts of their previous incarnations would be revealed

    17. In fact, his academic record was at best patchy; school never held much interest, there were even suggestions that he undergo ‘imprinted learning’ (a latterly illegal process of grafting knowledge onto neuron networks) such was his failure at the core subjects – even mathematics, which at the time seemed irrelevant

    18. ‘You’ll have to undergo dermal regeneration for a least thirty minutes, but even then there may be residual scaring

    19. The only option now was to undergo a total monitoring of his brain activity, whereby his dreams could be inferred

    20. As discussed earlier, it is clear that rapid burial had to have occurred for animal remains to undergo fossilisation and to preserve the detail found in some of these fossils

    21. do?” Jazzy will need to undergo yearly blood tests, as amitriptyline might affect her liver enzymes, though research says the drug does not usually have long-term negative side effects on cats

    22. According to regulations you had to undergo refresher training every time you went to the border

    23. It was an all-volunteer unit, and the men had to undergo psychometric tests before arriving

    24. The extraneous cells should undergo an accelerated senescence and healthy function should return to the remaining ones immediately

    25. I was anxious and afraid of Sharon having to undergo surgery

    26. I could hardly stand up and was advised to see a gastroenterologist to undergo a procedure called an endoscopy

    27. Prospective clients had to undergo a stringent background check before they were considered, and if they didn’t have an influential supporter like Mason had, then the process could take years

    28. and undergo a purification in order to release the nega-tivity that they have built up in the world

    29. A phone call in the morning informed him that Jay would undergo a major operation, if successful, could save his young life

    30. That worthy hypocrite insisted that I first undergo a catechism class

    31. Drivers can be required to undergo refresher training courses when applying

    32. As the document will undergo changes, having a naming convention will only help us separate the document from one another, but not between its own versions

    33. wives and children, to be sent to us, vilified and abused, in chains of iron, to undergo a death, cruel and ignominious, suitable to men

    34. ' And He will imprison those angels, who have shown unrighteousness, in that burning valley which my grandfather Enoch had formerly shown to me in the west among the mountains of gold and silver and iron and soft metal and tin; And I saw that valley in which there was a great convulsion and a convulsion of the waters; And when all this took place, from that fiery molten metal and from the convulsion of it in that place, there was produced a smell of sulphur, and it was connected with those waters, and that valley of the angels who had led astray mankind burned beneath that land; And through its valleys proceed streams of fire, where these angels are punished who had led astray those who dwell on the Earth; But those waters shall in those days serve for the kings and the mighty and the exalted, and those who dwell on the Earth, for the healing of the body, but for the punishment of the spirit; now their spirit is full of lust, that they may be punished in their body, for they have denied the Lord of Spirits and see their punishment daily, and yet believe not in His name; And in proportion as the burning of their bodies becomes severe, a corresponding change shall take place in their spirit forever and ever; for before the Lord of Spirits none shall utter an idle word; For the judgement shall come on them, because they believe in the lust of their body and deny the Spirit of the Lord; And those same waters will undergo a change in those days; for when those angels are punished in these waters, these water-springs shall change their temperature, and when the angels ascend, this water of the springs shall change and become cold; And I heard Michael answering and saying: ' This judgement with which the angels are judged is a testimony for the kings and the mighty who possess the Earth

    35. Q: But will they undergo a renovation?

    36. The manager explained to Krishnan how the residents would be made to undergo a variety of tests for the first three weeks

    37. to undergo to get identification cards

    38. ' And He will imprison those angels who have shown unrighteousness in that burning valley which my grandfather Enoch had formerly shown to me in the west among the mountains of gold and silver and iron and soft metal and tin; And I saw that valley in which there was a great convulsion and a convulsion of the waters; And when all this took place from that fiery molten metal and from the convulsion of it in that place there was produced a smell of sulphur and it was connected with those waters and that valley of the angels who had led astray mankind burned beneath that land; And through its valleys proceed streams of fire where these angels are punished who had led astray those who dwell on the Earth; But those waters shall in those days serve for the kings and the mighty and the exalted and those who dwell on the Earth for the healing of the body but for the punishment of the spirit; now their spirit is full of lust that they may be punished in their body for they have denied the Lord of Spirits and see their punishment daily and yet believe not in His name; And in proportion as the burning of their bodies becomes severe a corresponding change shall take place in their spirit forever and ever; for before the Lord of Spirits none shall utter an idle word; For the judgement shall come on them because they believe in the lust of their body and deny the Spirit of the Lord; And those same waters will undergo a change in those days; for when those angels are punished in these waters these water-springs shall change their temperature and when the angels ascend this water of the springs shall change and become cold; And I heard Michael answering and saying: ' This judgement with which the angels are judged is a testimony for the kings and the mighty who possess the Earth

    39. The defendant not only has to undergo the emotional uncertainty of another trial, but the enormous legal expenses

    40. Your decision last night to finally undergo my training is the best course you could choose at this time

    41. 25 As soon therefore as the contents of this letter become known to you in that same hour we order those Jews who dwell among you with wives and children to be sent to us vilified and abused in chains of iron to undergo a death cruel and ignominious suitable to men disaffected

    42. 23 Yet it instructs us in temperance so that we are superior to all pleasures and lusts; and it exercises us in manliness so that we cheerfully undergo every grievance

    43. Then, in his mind but also everywhere a voice: You are the Lost One; you must undergo what must happen

    44. Beings everywhere undergo all levels of evolution; most have the ability to recognize the unlimited possibilities of consciousness

    45. Unlike himself and all those he’d seen undergo this rite, the boy had no words that could be heard beyond his flesh

    46. Gods preserve them all, even after what Simon had made him undergo

    47. But there is one further battle to undergo

    48. It is my responsibility, as First Elder of the land, to welcome you to us and to oversee the learning that you must swiftly undergo

    49. 2 For they who have their conversation in fear and love wish that they themselves rather than their neighbours should fall into suffering; and would rather that themselves should undergo condemnation than that the harmony which has been honourably and justly handed down to us should do so

    50. we receive help from those who have already learned to undergo this process

    1. These changes are quite minimal until menopause — the most dramatic organic change that a woman undergoes as she ages

    2. As a sun I believe, collapsing interstellar hydrogen until it undergoes nuclear reactions

    3. Things change, sometimes in a moment, and her thinking undergoes just this sort of transformation

    4. Verses 6 and 7 again outline the process that our old self, the sinful self, undergoes at salvation,

    5. Every birth that the I undergoes has many different dimensions

    6. He undergoes all

    7. She undergoes it without defending herself and that immediately takes away all the pleasure

    8. When an economy undergoes a

    9. As more data is added – the theory undergoes revisions or even a paradigmatic shift

    10. Then the bare metal frame undergoes PH balance wash and a primer coating process

    11. His countenance undergoes a

    12. at any time die, for what he undergoes in the name of death is a mere

    13. • Only 3Mb of its length undergoes recombination and thus also referred as non-

    14. This happens at every death that his fetal I undergoes, which holds so much power over him and which does not allow the Artistic Self to emerge; it happens with every death of some part of his animal instincts, based on thievery and violence, that Ulysses has carried within himself since the day he was born

    15. Let us take an example, as a teacher or a coach you let your pupil repeat an exercise several times, which is painful and hard, yet you ignore the trauma, mental and physical that your pupil undergoes during the sessions; your pupil succeeds in his efforts with flying colours, this was a good karma

    16. Once a couple successfully undergoes igba-nkwu ceremony the marriage becomes legal and legitimate

    17. He undergoes a chest xray that shows massive pleural effusions bilaterally

    18. The patient undergoes CT of the abdomen that shows some diverticulosis without diverticulitis

    19. He undergoes a CT of the abdomen without contrast that reveals a 4mm sized non-obstructive kidney stone

    20. 54-year-old male undergoes a screening colonoscopy which shows a colonic mass in the cecum

    21. He also undergoes lymph node dissection which shows no lymph nodes being involved

    22. After the patient undergoes hemicolectomy, what else is required for this patient?

    23. The patient has an enlarged cervical lymph node for which he undergoes biopsy

    24. He undergoes a chest xray and CT of the chest that shows a mass in the right lung

    25. He undergoes a thoracentesis that reveals an exudative effusion

    26. trust undergoes a change the customers of these institutions may also undergo a

    27. happened is that, while praying, Jesus’ face undergoes a

    28. And this place — as “a rezonation point” — undergoes its own specific changes, its own development scenario, although neither the hare nor the dog is there any more

    29. All this represents an infinite variety of different-qualitative types of OLLAKT-DRUOTMM-systems and their higher-qualitative analogs (FLUU-LUU-complexes) and undergoes continuous creative changes that very precisely (to a single instant) repeat everything that is typical of the scenarios of development of all Formo-systems of Worlds, Realities and Continuums structured by the different-qualitative dynamics of Proto-Forms

    30. It should be noted that at every step in the brush making process, the brush undergoes tedious evaluation and inspection to assure Purdy's commitment to being the best quality-painting tool in the world

    31. After all, of the processes in which the brush is inspected, the brush undergoes a very tedious inspection to assure the top quality of our Purdy Painting Tools

    32. Every biologist knows that during the fetal development of all living organisms; each undergoes in compressed form, the entire history of its past

    33. When ego interacts with World it undergoes experience of pain and pleasure, good and bad, gain and loss and when it interacts with God it is awarded with the sense of transcendence and immortality and our consciousness passes through an experience that is opposite in direction to physical experiences, which we feel when we interact with World

    34. How many nutritionally destructive processes does food go through: before it reaches our mouths? The processing it undergoes, the chemicals added, the time it has spent on a shelf, is completely discounted in measuring its nutrition

    35. � Every element in the universe undergoes such transformations from one form into another

    36. � For every ugly and aggressive action an actor commits toward another, the actor undergoes a dis-equal and disproportionate ugly and aggressive set of feelings within

    37. As she/he undergoes the step 9 she/he

    38. in spite of whatever disruptive influences the organism undergoes in the course of its life, it

    39. Moreover detoxification can also refer to the time span in which a person's body undergoes withdrawal that then leads to the return of homeostasis

    40. These fat cells are particularly obstinate and will require much effort to lose unless the toxic load is decreased and the body undergoes detoxification

    41. During rehab, the patient undergoes extensive therapy wherein the patient can make good use of the therapist's expertise in finding resourceful information to help in their treatment

    42. When a patient undergoes infrared light or UV light treatment, he or she has to sit under the device for periods of 15-30 minutes while the light is directed on the bald areas of the scalp

    43. By this road that I have described, rough and hard, stumbling here, falling there, getting up again to fall again, they reach the rank they desire, and that once attained, we have seen many who have passed these Syrtes and Scyllas and Charybdises, as if borne flying on the wings of favouring fortune; we have seen them, I say, ruling and governing the world from a chair, their hunger turned into satiety, their cold into comfort, their nakedness into fine raiment, their sleep on a mat into repose in holland and damask, the justly earned reward of their virtue; but, contrasted and compared with what the warrior undergoes, all they have undergone falls far short of it, as I am now about to show

    44. The very exercises and tolls which he undergoes are intended to stimulate the spirited element of his nature, and not to increase his strength; he will not, like common athletes, use exercise and regimen to develope his muscles

    45. All of this is well known, but what a lot of people do not realize is that the way we perceive outside information also undergoes a profound shift under the fight-or-flight response—our hearing is impaired and our vision actually narrows

    46. The series stars Bryan Cranston (USA) as Walter White, a high-school chemistry teacher diagnosed with lung cancer who undergoes a midlife crisis and turns to drug dealing

    47. To have everything of her, from her worship to her pity, never to be left, to have that sweet weakness aiding you, to lean upon that immovable reed, to touch Providence with one's hands, and to be able to take it in one's arms,—God made tangible,—what bliss! The heart, that obscure, celestial flower, undergoes a mysterious blossoming

    48. All at once, she experienced that indefinable impression which one undergoes when there is some one standing behind one, even when she does not see the person

    49. But if the area be large, its several districts will almost certainly present different conditions of life; and then, if the same species undergoes modification in different districts, the newly formed varieties will intercross on the confines of each

    50. If the conditions of life change and the form undergoes modification, uniformity of character can be given to the modified offspring, solely by natural selection preserving similar favourable variations

    1. I was undergoing the traditional

    2. There was no record of how the war effected the Centauri colony, that world was still undergoing terraforming and the mortal seed on that world was still under dome and excruciatingly vulnerable in any hostilities

    3. The primary reason for undergoing dermabrasion is to improve the appearance

    4. He wondered if he was undergoing some kind of ostracism

    5. Darryl Yorkham had detected bodies that were destined to pass close to Sol's environment, and careful position measurements and calculations showed that they were undergoing course corrections to aim them at specific targets within the system

    6. "Most of the bodies with large relative motions are not undergoing course corrections," Thom said

    7. They were certainly transferring less quantum info than their brethren who were not on collision courses with some body in the Sol system, but there were still condensates on them and they were undergoing state changes

    8. As captain of the ship, his public space was the space the ship was in, undergoing the acceleration the ship was

    9. "It is like you are undergoing withdrawal

    10. "I'm undergoing withdrawal from life," Alan said, "I don't have a life here, on this expedition I mean

    11. In particular, to dream about the death of your living parents indicates that you are undergoing a significant change in your waking life

    12. You are undergoing a transitional phase and are becoming more enlightened or spiritual

    13. To dream that a debutante ball is held in your honor indicates that you are undergoing a transitional phase in your life

    14. To dream about the death of your parents indicates that you are undergoing a significant change in your waking life

    15. You are undergoing a positive change

    16. He is in the operating room at this moment undergoing emergency surgery

    17. In our generation, there are people who have healed themselves of cancer, without ingesting much medicine or undergoing many clinical treatments

    18. In several of the ancient states of Greece, foreign trade was prohibited altogether; and in several others, the employments of artificers and manufacturers were considered as hurtful to the strength and agility of the human body, as rendering it incapable of those habits which their military and gymnastic exercises endeavoured to form in it, and as thereby disqualifying it, more or less, for undergoing the fatigues and encountering the dangers of war

    19. undergoing the motivational experience were not equipped with

    20. Colling and Elizabeth were not surprised to hear that the main terminal was undergoing repairs

    21. Technology, Status Quo, Religion, and Perspectives are undergoing dramatic restructuring

    22. On the day of the surgery, he was in a meeting informing the bureaucrats that it was their fault his client was undergoing surgery as he spoke, implying this cancer was caused by stress – as indeed it may have been

    23. Nik interrupted and started to talk about a cabin he had bought upstate that was undergoing renovations, but Sierra switched the topic back to Noah

    24. When we reached Longjiang, I counted thirty-two ships in the harbor and two in the docks undergoing repairs

    25. While undergoing treatment with Acnezine it is better to avoid

    26. but they not only beheld, and not only heard the immediate execution of the threat, but undergoing it, persevered; and that through the

    27. manner of torments was the mother herself tortured, as her sons were undergoing the wheel and the fires! 23 But religious reasoning,

    28. Bethell fears that science is undergoing a “subtle but fatal change

    29. that it always existed and is for ever undergoing transforma-

    30. Globally, nuclear energy is undergoing renewed growth, with 13 countries constructing 53 new nuclear power units and 27 countries in the planning stages for an additional 142 units

    31. Fairly close together in time, Ingalls’ workers caused two radioactive spills on the decks of submarines undergoing overhaul

    32. blocks the new formation of that belief—even though a belief may be constantly undergoing formation in some sense—we conclude that newness and presence are directed at one another, at least with respect to beliefs

    33. 9 We now shudder at the recital of the affliction of those young men; but they not only beheld and not only heard the immediate execution of the threat but undergoing it persevered; and that through the pains of fire

    34. 21 Not so do siren melodies or songs of swans attract the hearers to listening O voices of children calling on your mother in the midst of torments! 22 With what and what manner of torments was the mother herself tortured as her sons were undergoing the wheel and the fires! 23 But religious reasoning having strengthened her courage in the midst of sufferings enabled her to forego for the time parental love

    35. Simon wanted to open his mouth and ask what it meant and whether there was any other Gathandrian who would surely be more suitable for undergoing what must happen

    36. No outward indication of the peace the ritual must have given him, or if it was worth undergoing at all

    37. At this writing he is currently undergoing a memory retrieval scanning and is under sedation

    38. What is now our only helicopter in operation is being used by James, since the other one is undergoing an overhaul for a minor technical problem; so I’ll have to go by car

    39. that not all of us are capable of undergoing

    40. This is obviously very similar to reading the Akashic records or undergoing a life review in a near-death experience

    41. I couldn’t sleep that night, too excited at the thought of undergoing

    42. persons undergoing mystical visions have confirmed that the light is differ-

    43. He had been undergoing some counseling and had been on

    44. But the Genie, entrenched as he was under the blanket of denial, still reused undergoing my desires

    45. Almost all of the population of North America had migrated south, except for the slaves in the domes—which weren’t even really domes at the time, so she’s been told, but really just well guarded cities undergoing reconstruction and restructuring

    46. wholly changed, and everything round me seems to be undergoing a process

    47. Paul alas, had not made it to Joe’s funeral as he was undergoing treatment for cancer at the time and was too weak to travel

    48. Subsequently the tradition of a great temptation became attached to this period of isolation through confusion with the fragmentary narratives of the Mount Hermon struggles, and further because it was the custom to have all great prophets and human leaders begin their public careers by undergoing these supposed seasons of fasting and prayer

    49. Wendy was undergoing her training under the supervision of her father and she had two additional sparring mates

    50. A parent or parent figure may be undergoing surgery

    1. Despite the contempt of the little man, Travis was more than able for this kind of torture and had undergone it many times in the past

    2. For those who have undergone this treatment, it is general y recommended that they stay

    3. He told me that his mother had undergone the identical surgery, and that it didn’t change his love for her or his father’s love for her

    4. We found a lot of evidence that she had already undergone many personality changes from what her old boyfriend remembers

    5. “He told me that he once carried it as a talisman of what was truly possible for an ideal human, but to make sure you knew this: the change Kaitlyn has undergone in these last several weeks with you as her companion is nothing less than a miracle for which he did not dare to hope nor dream

    6. The weather had cleared and the day had undergone a

    7. In modern times, the proof of reincarnation could be obtained from testimonials of people around the globe, who had undergone past life hypnotic regression

    8. This explanation is also supported by the testimonials of people who had undergone inter-life hypnotic regressions and insights of established mediums who had received knowledge from higher beings in the spiritual realm

    9. Certain people who have undergone such a regression were even able to determine the specific year of that moment

    10. She knew she must have confided in him before, and she suspected Leonard had suffered the same treatment as she’d undergone

    11. The first of those remedies is the study of science and philosophy, which the state might render almost universal among all people of middling or more than middling rank and fortune ; not by giving salaries to teachers in order to make them negligent and idle, but by instituting some sort of probation, even in the higher and more difficult sciences, to be undergone by every person before he was permitted to exercise any liberal profession, or before he could be received as a candidate for any honourable office, of trust or profit

    12. An example of this dilemma would be to attempt collecting data that would prove unambiguously that the Earth had undergone major changes through a worldwide flood

    13. 5 billion years old and has undergone continual change; that life, according to the evidence of earliest fossils, appeared on Earth at least 2

    14. This tax was afterwards repealed, and in the room of it was established the window-tax, which has undergone two several alterations and augmentations

    15. Both had undergone extensive education and training

    16. a few years earlier raising constitutional questions whether or not an individual could be kept in a psychiatric institution against his or her own free will even if that individual had undergone a thorough psychiatric evaluation and had been evaluated incompetent to make decisions on his or her own behalf

    17. The rails had undergone a considerable amount of repair and replacement, and the car that he rode in was in much better condition than those he had previously experienced, resulting in the ride being relatively free of jolts and jarring

    18. Therefore, God will likely feel great love for the ancestors that produced Him…and sympathy for the pain and suffering humanity has undergone over the eons

    19. · Check the competency evaluation of team and trainings they have undergone

    20. undergone renovations that have improved

    21. a prey to thoughtlessness, made no account of the changes which his own mind had undergone, issuing in the deliverance of the Jews

    22. The city beneath was quiet, having undergone a

    23. she hadn’t noticed the changes she’d undergone

    24. I had undergone many stress interviews by then, but nothing like this

    25. Although I really hated Maria, she had confided in me that the framed photos of the obviously mixed race kids on her shelves were hers with her black ex-husband who had fled to WA state and was not paying child support, so I felt terribly sorry for her when Bill related that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and had undergone a double mastectomy, followed by both radiation and chemotherapy

    26. 42 The king just like another Phalaris a prey to thoughtlessness made no account of the changes which his own mind had undergone issuing in the deliverance of the Jews

    27. 1 When he too had undergone blessed martyrdom and died in the caldron into which he had been thrown the seventh the youngest of all came forward: 2 whom the tyrant pitying though he had been dreadfully reproached by his brethren 3 Seeing him already encompassed with chains had him brought nearer and endeavoured to counsel him saying 4 You see the end of the madness of your brethren for they have died in torture through disobedience and you if disobedient having been miserably tormented will yourself perish prematurely

    28. 6 And of all mothers the mother of the seven was the fondest of children who in seven childbirths had deeply engendered love toward them; 7 and through her many pains undergone in connection with each one was compelled to feel sympathy with them; 8 yet through fear of God she neglected the temporary salvation of her children

    29. " "Because" he answered "God planted the vineyard that is to say He created the people and gave them to His Son; and the Son appointed His angels over them to keep them; and He Himself purged away their sins having suffered many trials and undergone many labours for no one is able to dig without labour and toil

    30. For all the days of luxury therefore there are as many years of torture to be undergone

    31. The metamorphosis she’d just undergone had erased every trace of bitterness from her face and eyes

    32. in the hospital having undergone CPR actually increased during this time period

    33. patients who had recently undergone catheritization and stenting

    34. It had been noted previously that children who have undergone brain removal at an early age develop more or less normally (see Chapter 1)

    35. This is of course what often happens during a near-death experience when persons who have undergone a near-death experience report a ‘life review

    36. followed the old Dutch teaching system that had since undergone many changes and updates

    37. By his own admission, he does not bat as aggressively as he did in the 1990s and early 2000s, because his body has undergone changes and cannot sustain aggressive shot-making over a long period

    38. Moreover, he’d already undergone several of these exercises during his career and one more wouldn’t faze him in the slightest

    39. The change to new surroundings, he felt would also benefit him, considering the year of hell he had undergone

    40. Barry had undergone obligatory religious instruction in the Catholic tradition in order to marry Bernadette; such was his commitment and love for her

    41. Your relationship has undergone the worst of the testing and your social life has been placed in right order

    42. "Students are educated in the ways of a country that has undergone drastic changes

    43. This friendly faced, smiling doctor had just undergone a major personality change

    44. Another possibility is of course Noël has undergone the operation already

    45. I paused for a moment to consider the fact that I had just radically affected the future of close to a hundred trades people, men and women who had undergone years of training to qualify for their positions

    46. He also said if she had undergone the chemotherapy treatment, that the chemo, which is simply a poison, would have caused her organs to start failing

    47. Many experiences are simply you leaving your body, or the body attempting to understand the sensations the spirit has undergone

    48. What we are saying is that so there are times that, for example, in the bringing of a physical being into the earth plane, the physical act of sex will bring about an available body to be inhabited and therefore the process of obtaining life force to inhabit it is undergone, and in other circumstances there is a life force that needs to inhabit a body so that physical production of a new physical human being is conducted

    49. Perhaps she had undergone a trauma that she couldn’t face and remained rigid to cope

    50. was thought that the black community has undergone so much

    1. While I was here this world underwent a revolution in communication, and it seemed to make little difference, it was a fashion fad for a few years, decades I mean, and everything is the same

    2. Surely many babies underwent conscious pain as they

    3. The bounties upon the importation of tar, pitch, and turpentine, underwent, during their continuance, several alterations

    4. This ship now underwent a change in my thinking

    5. I wouldn’t have believed it myself if it hadn’t been for the memory retrieval I underwent

    6. 5 However, for our purposes we will consider the Masoretic text, which is used today by both Jews and Christians for our analysis as this is the official text used by both faiths that underwent the stringent copying process

    7. Indeed, many of those ‘retrieved’ underwent psychiatric counseling for the time beyond their formative years: It took on average six years to adjust to being brought back, essentially, from the dead

    8. He was rushed to the hospital where he underwent emergency surgery

    9. Only four months later, in September 2005 Cheney underwent a multiple bypass for his heart

    10. The entire area in a wide arc surrounding the log yard and its pier underwent his intense scrutiny

    11. They were married when he completed the course, and moved to Texas, where he underwent his final phase of flight training

    12. he underwent; it is because of this love that he could so completely,

    13. When he was around forty years old Mohammed underwent an epiphany

    14. As for their minor peccadilloes at home, they kept sharp tabs on each other and gamely underwent their selfimposed punishment--generally a voluntary absence from some gay Friday night frolic in Rainbow Valley, or a sojourn in bed on some spring evening when all young bones ached to be out and away

    15. underwent one of the most extended cases of a clinical near death experience ever recorded

    16. Once he had established the fact that only death met anyone who dared to face him, or indeed to attack him from the rear, his opponents’ confidence and willingness to die underwent a rapid transformation

    17. epoch that the visible sector underwent about 380,000 years after the Big Bang but remained largely in the

    18. To Jesus himself he never underwent the torment we associate to

    19. However, it underwent quite a bit of electronic crisis, not quite certain how it should maintain control without a motile physical counterpart that would be accepted among the majority of Earth’s population

    20.  NibhaSherin underwent cross training in both TT and DIS for the first time in the history of PPTS

    21. around the injustices he underwent

    22. saw hardships that they underwent,

    23. The humiliatíon stayed with her and, in her late twenties, she finalJy underwent breast reduction surgery

    24. 8 The mortal remains of Jesus underwent the same natural process of elemental disintegration as characterizes all human bodies on earth except that, in point of time, this natural mode of dissolution was greatly accelerated, hastened to that point where it became well-nigh instantaneous

    25. She reluctantly accepted that the existence of Liloe and her children in Siri’s life was part of their marriage contract; however, each time he returned from a trip to Tanzania she insisted that he underwent a full health check before she would allow any physical intimacies to occur

    26. Many of the actions and developments and forms of review he underwent upon his return were self-imposed

    27. numbers underwent a severe decline

    28. How African Americans defined manhood underwent changes during this time

    29. It was cancerous and I underwent a colostomy, which was reversed a few months later

    30. and underwent removal of that organ in February 2004

    31. It was February 25th, 1990, when he underwent the grueling six-

    32. the DES treatments my mother underwent would pose terrible and

    33. He was never going to survive and while in hospital he underwent trials of the very latest procedures; gold injections included

    34. After Hamburg the German air defences underwent a sweeping reorganisation and was now capable of protecting German air space

    35. Then all expectations that the Germans would fight only delaying actions in southern and central Italy underwent a startling change when German divisions were observed moving from northern Italy to reinforce the troops south of Rome

    36. After enlisting he underwent training with Queen's University Officer Training Corps

    37. ” Lorene’s entrails underwent a chilled, physical contraction at the thought of what might have happened and her hand clung to Delmage’s forearm in a vice like grip as the formality of a double killing was confirmed

    38. The desparation of the Japanese military was also illustrated by death-before-surrender ground fighting, and kamikaze air strikes in which pilots underwent ceremonial proceedings before taking-off in planes lacking sufficient fuel to return from their target objectives

    39. Even some English consonants underwent dramatic changes, such as “p” transforming from “f” in phone, to the pop in pine

    40. World War II was the kind of event that once we underwent the tremendous trial, struggle and victory that such a war demands of a people, we never could go back to seeing ourselves again in the same way as we thought before the war

    41. Our tasting menu also underwent an overhaul and became more refined, but that was somewhat easier to create as the desserts on there were just miniature versions of the main menu

    42. ‘Last night Sathyam underwent appendectomy,’ said Lalitha with concern

    43. Nangong Ping underwent a great change in his countenance as he said in a

    44. your secret!” She was still smiling while Priest Tianming underwent a great change in his countenance

    45. the rest of the old men underwent a slight change in their expressions

    46. When he said those words, the expressions of all the priests underwent a

    47. His Dhyan underwent a change

    48. Only then did he know that his martial ability had underwent a speedily improvement

    49. spiritual happening he underwent, but I truly believe that my candid prayer--along with my having

    50. He underwent a series of nagging questions

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    Synonyme für "undergo"

    undergo abide suffer endure be capable of sustain brook hold up under