ENDURE


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ENDUREEuropean Network for the Durable Exploitation of Crop Protection Strategies
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In our nature, however, there is a provision, alike marvellous and merciful, that the sufferer should never know the intensity of what he endures by its present torture, but chiefly by the pang that rankles after it.
I don't often show my feelings, I make it a principle to endure everything in silence; it's a wife's hard lot, and I bear it.
To have to endure it in silence, and sitting still, made it all the harder.
I'm tired of this, but I'll endure it till one o'clock.
Having already had more than a taste of them in the house of my old master, and having endured them there, I very naturally inferred my ability to endure them elsewhere, and especially at Baltimore; for I had something of the feeling about Baltimore that is expressed in the proverb, that "being hanged in England is preferable to dying a natural death in Ireland.
Stern to inflict, and stubborn to endure, Who smiled in death.
And so on one occasion, unable to endure my solitude and knowing that as it was Thursday Anton Antonitch's door would be closed, I thought of Simonov.
But the true God hath this attribute, that he is a jealous God; and therefore, his worship and religion, will endure no mixture, nor partner.
General, I must obey orders, but I am not bound to endure.
And so," he concluded, in a swift resume, "no state composed of the slave-types can endure.
Apprehensive of what might at any moment happen to him, but by this time aware that the youth was neither positive nor negative for kindness or harm, Michael continued to endure without further battling, until, clean and comfortable, he was put away into a pen, sweet and wholesome, where he slept and for the time being forgot.
He yielded to the master's children with an ill but honest grace, and endured their fooling as one would endure a painful operation.