bear heavily

See: weigh
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I was now about twelve years old, and the thought of being ~a slave for life~ began to bear heavily upon my heart.
Raoul saw him bear heavily upon the wall, just as he had pressed against the wall in Christine's dressing-room.
SHANE CAREY insists the weight of history doesn't bear heavily on Scotstown's shoulders.
Prof Fisher added: "Rituals and traditions bear heavily on what carries status in educational circles, and especially so when it comes to examinations, but being open to change is how progress is made in education, as in other fields.
Petitioners contended that the documents produced from discovery in the Grafton litigation raise the question of whether there are other agreements or documents related to the Upton facility that have not yet been identified or submitted into evidence and that could bear heavily on whether the activities at the Upton Facility constitute "transportation by a rail carrier.
China's growth will bear heavily on global oil demand and specifically the amount imported from the GCC.
official Olof Skouje that the Syrian tragedy is coming to bear heavily on the Lebanese domestic scene and that the Europeans shall commit to the security of the common border with Syria.
Get rid of more regulations, especially those that bear heavily on small businesses?
Elk, wild turkeys, whitetail deer and black bear heavily use these sites," Dusza said.
Like a lot of young players, there comes a time when the run of first-team games starts to bear heavily on them and they are taking more and more responsibility.
This year will bring a series of events that could bear heavily on the Obama administration's new withdrawal plan for Iraq.