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“So _fierce_ the _Natural Taste_, 'twill ne'er b 'endur'd,”
“I would rather endur a life wifout DOGS then a day wifout CATS!”
“I nawt has tiem foar dis. 2morro gonna be HYOOJ day an I nawt wanna has to endur it wif hedayk.”
“I was out of town all weekend endur--I mean, enjoying family fun time, which evidently makes me ill, since I now have a head cold.”
“[1997:] It is likely that [my mother's] near Mackay ancestors had had to endur”
“Better now, when they knew they'd only have to endur a half hour or more of Fall, rather than a longer period.”
“Then, through that which was iron endur - ance, came a message:”
“When Fred's mother went to him and with clasped hands entreated an explanation, he told her that the only trouble was that he couldn't hold enough wine to make life endur - able, so he was going to get out from under and enlist in the navy.”
“John and I passed the evening at the house, endur - ing, with the fortitude of long experience, such deli - cate enough banter as our likeness naturally sug - gested.”
“This indifference was so offensive to his high heart, that he began to change the Tender into the Terrible, and, in short, proceeded at last to treat her in a style too grossly insulting for the meanest female ear to endur unresented.”
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