ability to bear

See: tolerance
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Enough the crises we are suffering; we do not have the ability to bear another crisis that may not be visible enough but strongly looming.
Ecumenical leaders, he states, must have a compelling and infectious vision, but they must also have the ability to bear "indifference with equanimity.
Salman Rafique said that Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has directed that mobile health units should be durable and of high quality and have the ability to bear weather conditions and long journey and could provide facilities of service delivery effectively.
The changes to the spine includes shrinkage of the intervertebral disks, reduction in the range of spinal motion, narrowing of the facet joints, and a reduced ability to bear loads and absorb shock.
And when we reject the desire of gay Christians to express their sexuality within a lifelong covenant, we separate them from our covenantal God, and we tarnish their ability to bear his image.
The commission said the doctor should pay the victim SR75,000 for removing the ovary that could have been saved, and another SR75,000 for losing her ability to bear children.
Other factors may include may include the ability to bear weight on the hands and wrists and patient comfort.
First, the family unit would have to be replaced by the government; second, the religious institutions would have to be broken down; third, our ability to bear arms would have to be restricted; and fourth, our freedom of movement would have to be restricted.
He added that the study conducted by the Ministry of Finance will identify the current financial status for pension funds in terms of the size of their assets, the return on investment, their ability to bear the financial burden and how finance operations could be secured.
He added that the study made by the Ministry of Finance will identify the current financial status for pension funds in terms of the size of their assets, the return on investment, their ability to bear the financial burden and how could finance operations be secured.
PCORI and AHRQ agreed earlier this year to collaborate on research to address these uncertainties and answer patients' questions about potential implications for their ability to bear children as well as other risks and benefits.