sufferance


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Pat added: "Basically, I'm the old lady of the house who is living there under sufferance, because nobody wants an old lady in the house.
Essex had occupied the second promotion spot on sufferance for barely an hour, after beating the long-time leaders.
Essex had occupied the second promotion spot on sufferance for barely an hour after beating the long-time table-toppers by an innings and 92 runs.
2014 ArtInternational will also feature special performances, including Hsia-Fei Chang's "Istanbul Code," Voin de Voin's "Doubt Connection Sufferance Aisthesis Eros," Chantal Yzermans' "Totem Ancestor" and Erdem TaE-delen's "The Servitude of the Left.
He was also immediately booked into the hospital after sufferance from an assortment of injuries - a corneal abrasion, a shoulder injury and a concussion.
During his meeting with National Constituent Assembly (NCA) President Mustapha Ben Jfar, he spoke about the last developments in the occupied territories and the sufferance endured by Palestinians.
He got there, slightly under sufferance "There's improvement in him.
Then again, better such sufferance than not being able to find such a venue when the need is great.
Even though his body was frail, he was ready to endure physical hardships and to bear sufferance, driven by a strong belief in helping people.
Instead, a current warlord is independent only by the sufferance of a state, i.
As the former footballer on the receiving end of Beverly's seductive suggestions, Samuel James is suitably monosyllabic, while Katie Lightfoot is all smiles and sufferance as his nurse wife Ang.