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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

    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

    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

    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

    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

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    Synonyms for "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

    "bear" definitions

    massive plantigrade carnivorous or omnivorous mammals with long shaggy coats and strong claws

    an investor with a pessimistic market outlook; an investor who expects prices to fall and so sells now in order to buy later at a lower price


    cause to be born

    put up with something or somebody unpleasant

    move while holding up or supporting

    bring forth

    take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person

    contain or hold; have within

    bring in

    have on one's person

    behave in a certain manner

    have rightfully; of rights, titles, and offices

    support or hold in a certain manner

    be pregnant with