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bear

(Adduce), verb acknowledge, acknowledge openly, adjure, admit, affirm, afford proof of, allege, allude to, argue, ascertain, assent, assert, assert absolutely, asseverate, assure, attest, authenticate, aver, avouch, avow, bring forrard, bring to light, bring up, call to mind, certify, cite, claim, contend, corroborate, declare, declare to be fact, demonstrate, denote, depone, depose, display, document, elucidate, emphasize, endorse, establish, evidence, evince, exemplify, exhibit, expose, express, furnish evidence, give evidence, give information, give one's word, give witness, guarantee, have evidence, imply, indicate, inform, introduce, invoke, involve, maintain, make a statement, make an assertion, make eviient, make reference to, make solemn, manifest, name, plead, pledge, point out, point to, present, proclaim, produce the evidence, profess, promulgate, propound, prove, publish, ratify, refer to, represent, show, signify, stand firm, state as fact, state on oath, stipulate, submit, subscribe, substantiate, sustain, swear, take one's oath, testify, validate, verify, vindicate, vouch for, vow, warrant, witness to
Associated concepts: bear false witness, bear witness

bear

(Support), verb abet, aid, ally, assist, back, back up, bolster, brace, bulwark, buoy up, buttress, carry, champion, contribute to, cradle, cushion, ferre, finance, fortify, fortress, foster, furnish assistance, furnish support, furnish sustenance, garrison, gestare, give base, give foundation, give ground, give support, hold a brief for, hold up, justify, lend support, maintain, nourish, oblige, plead for, portare, promote, prop, provide for, rally to, reinforce, safeguard, sanction, second, shoulder, steady, strengthen, succor, supply aid, supply support, sustain, truss, upbear, uphold, vindicate
Associated concepts: bear the expense, bear weight

bear

(Tolerate), verb abide, accede to, accept, adhere to, allow, approve, be lenient, be patient, be subjected to, brave, carry on, concede, condone, continue, endure, experience, forbear, go through, keep on, keep one's countenance, labor under, live through, meet with, obey, observe, pati, permit, persevere, persist in, plod, put up with, recognize, resign oneself, sanction, show forbearrnce, spare, stand, stand the strain, submit to, suffer, suffice, support, sustain, sustinere, take patiently, tolerare, treat with indulgence, undergo, weather

bear

(Yield), verb accrue, afford, aggrandize, allot, assign, augment, bestow, breed, bring about, bring forth, bring in a supply, cause, confer, contribute, convey, create, deliver, develop, dispense, earn, effectuate, emit, endow, engender, enlarge, equip, evolve, fructify, fund, furnish, gain, generate, give, give increase, grant, impart, make payment, make prooision, manifest, minister to, multiply, offer, parere, pay back, procreate, produce, profit, proliferate, propagate, provide, provision, purvey, reinforce, remit, render, replenish, restore, return, supply, surrender, transfer
Associated concepts: bear interest
See also: allow, carry, demean, endure, engender, increase, manufacture, produce, propagate, resist, suffer, tolerate, transmit, transport, withstand, yield
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Hairy, bearded men playing great guitar in an atmosphere of relaxed camaraderie seemed like ursine heaven.
That wonderful popcorn smell - so redolent of America - pervades the Finish Line Cafe, overlooking one of the loveliest infields in the country, where the Star-Spangled Banner and the ursine California Republic flag sit high across an ornamental lake populated by flamingoes.
Although many of the poems included here are haunted by an ursine figure, part-criminal, part-courtier, Karen Chase's new collection, Bear, celebrates a sensual enjoyment of life.
Maiorono M and Ursine F, Effect of dietary monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids on the susceptibility of plasma low density lipoproteins to oxidative modifications: arterioscler.
Zaatar, the central character is however a modern computer generated iteration of the archetypal ursine and has his own unique charm that will surely appeal to young readers as a contrast to technicolour and poorly scripted TV animation derivatives that infest literary material for children.
We'll discuss the ursine paradox in a moment, but first, a reminder of where we are: Preseren Square.
The talk will detail how Ursa Major or the Great Bear came from one of Zeus's lovers, Callisto, turned into ursine form after their affair.
Sexual maturation in the attached juvenile stage of the ursine ark shell, Scapharca ursus, in the innermost area of Ariake Sound, Japan.
Be that as it may, here it is: the new animated family comedy for the summer from DreamWorks, lavishly premiered at this year's Cannes film festival, with Jack Black clowning on the red carpet, obligingly inflating his bearded features into an ursine scowl and throwing some moves in the vicinity of somebody in a big hot panda suit.
Prepossessing examples of Jess's puzzle-piece works (the ursine discombobulation of Deranged Stereopticon, 1974) and of his magnificent series of paintings, "Translations," 1959-1975, built up on various supports in reliefs of palimpsestic paint, affirm a literary life, one reflecting on the tensions and rapprochements between language and vision, but Jess's truest manipulation was of time.
So after installing the gargantuan azure ursine in summer 2005, Argent and his wife, Anne, decided to make miniature replicas--"abstractions through miniaturization"--as souvenirs.
Everhart was sorry he had to kill the bear, but he didn't want his youngest boy to become an ursine appetizer.