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I trembled excessively; I could not endure to think of, and far less to allude to, the occurrences of the preceding night.
Love endures the media's obsession with titillating details.
"This is the first Enduring Heart award given to a woman whose heart endures and who shows us all what it means to have love and to be the enduring heart," the Telegraph quoted Shriver as saying.
Tur and Shulhan Arukh: It is permissible to make a mark on [the page of] a book with one's fingernail, as people do when they wish to leave a sign, because this is not something that endures.
Together, they created a family of beautiful, ambitious, and remarkable children, which included the stunning and exotic superstar vocalist, Massina Rousseau, a gorgeous and immensely talented singer who endures numerous tragedies and life-altering losses to become one of the most successful performers in history."
The story follows the girls as they first address the bullying their friend Hadrian Klenk endures. Margalo is sure that if he could find a place for himself in the drama club, eventually the high school juniors who terrorize him will disappear.
But it was World War II that gave women the immense freedom of choice and the opportunity to prove themselves which endures today.
As Powers puts it, "Huckleberry Finn endures as a consensus masterpiece despite these final chapters" in which Tom Sawyer leads Huck through elaborate, ineffectual, and grotesque machinations to rescue the runaway slave from Tom's Uncle Silas (even worse, we eventually learn that Jim has in fact been free the whole time).