bear pain

See: endure, suffer
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Don't shrink on that account from giving me pain: I can bear pain.
NNA - UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, urged Syrians, loyalists to the regime and oppositionists, to start negotiations as it's time to put terms to the Syrian crisis in a peaceful way, and as the country and its people can no more bear pain and suffering.
I will have patience, will bear pain and pass this test with 100 per cent marks like I did in school.
A life of calm endurance, Bear pain as it's your own, Don't be deceived, because all you'll leave, Is an epitaph on stone.
As elsewhere in South Asia, here too, the endurance to sustain and bear pain is taken as the strength in women.
Conversely, to bear pain without complaint denotes strength of character.
To a query, he said that he has been successful as he knew how to bear pain.
On both sides of the Atlantic, we see this strange kind of the same political economy trying to work out who is responsible; who should jump first; who should bear the pain on any of the solutions, knowing that someone has to bear pain somewhere," he said.
The person needs to be able to bear pain, because the stings are extremely painful.
For example, in chapter three she points out doctors' willingness to administer it often depended on pre-conceived ideas and biases about the ability of different types of people to bear pain.
A testimony of the human spirit's ability to bear pain and even the respect and love Roddy Brooks Non-fiction THE SEVEN AGES OF BRITAIN by David Dimbleby (Hodder & Stoughton) pounds 25 DAVID DIMBLEBY attempts to tell Britain's story through its art and objects - from the Iron Age to the Computer Age - in his new book The Seven Ages of Britain, to tie in with a primetime BBC series of the same name.
A testimony of the human spirit's ability to bear pain and even the respect and love he can feel for his sworn enemy, Captured is gripping stuff.