show forbearance

See: bear, tolerate
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Mirwaiz urged people to remain steadfast and show forbearance at this critical juncture in our political struggle.
Additionally, creditors, in particular funders and HMRC, continue to show forbearance and support of customers through problems if possible, and it has allowed many of them an opportunity to stabilise or improve their position to get their finances in order.
This is to be expected with rock-bottom interest rates and improving employment numbers, as well as lenders prepared to be flexible and show forbearance.
He has appealed to the local people to show forbearance considering the Government s helplessness to provide health care facility due to the closure of the hospital since January last year to make way for the refurbishment of the same.
It's essential that customers trapped on their current mortgage are treated fairly, and lenders must show forbearance to people who are struggling financially.
It's essential that customers trapped on their current mortgage are treated fairly,and lenders must show forbearance to people who are struggling financially.
He contends that an effective apology, especially for a more serious offense, must meet four criteria: acknowledge the offense, communicate remorse, show forbearance and/or shame and offer an explanation for the offense.
Lenders must continue to show forbearance and look after customers who are struggling by letting them switch to interest only, take payment holidays or extend their mortgage terms.
In his press release, Qabalan advised politicians to show forbearance and mutual tolerance by staying away from harmful diatribes.
Under Islamic law, the issue of bankruptcy is hazy but the underlying principle is that creditors should show forbearance if a debtor acted in good faith, said Ibrahim Warde, adjunct professor at Tufts University in Massachusetts.
The imminent Homeowner Mortgage Support Scheme, which will hopefully make it easier for lenders to show forbearance to more borrowers and for longer by the government guaranteeing part of the increased risk lenders face when they allow borrowers to under-pay.
Among those Witters listed was Titus 3:1-2: "Remind them to be submissive to the government and the authorities, to obey them, and to be ready for any honorable form of work; to slander no one, not to pick quarrels, to show forbearance and a gentle disposition towards all men.