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I've been living a somewhat bearable, but now I'm not comfortable the stench we produce without the bags is too much.
EVEN though this weather has been horrendous, I have to say that there have been a few things that have made it a bit more bearable.
HB 6686 sought to provide immediate financial assistance to agrarian reform beneficiaries to make losses more bearable.
Our unity was a bullet (arrow) in their eyes and our progress and success in the world of politics and against the US and the Zionist regime was not bearable to them.
David Norris, now 76, has broken his silence for the first time since his release from HMP Liverpool, revealing his fellow inmates' Scouse humour "made life behind bars bearable".
Local: KUWAIT -- With spectacular lightshows, fascinating greenery, water fountains, and outstanding monuments, hot evenings at Al-Shaheed Park, located in the capital district, become bearable due to the overwhelming surroundings that leaves visitors at awe.
WAITING for a bus in the North East could soon become a lot more bearable - as Domino's has announced they are trialling a new order while you wait service.
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No set of secular laws and no imaginary social contract could make life bearable, let alone pleasant, for citizens if they do not continuously hear echoes of those ancient teachings about loving one's neighbor as oneself.
This makes the gun bearable with .357 and fun to shoot with .38 Special loads.
This saucy, tomato-rich dish is a new addition to M&S's 'making dieting bearable' Balanced For You range.
She attributed the treatments she received to making her chemotherapy bearable. The swishing party raised PS71.