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  • n. Plural form of endurer.


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  • But I want you to know of the survivors and the endurers who encountered horror and incredible pain.

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  • And these endurers shall be God's witnesses unto all nations.

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  • And there was the ordinary amount of unparalleled military atrocities and perfidies and ravishments and burnings and so on, and the endurers took their agonies so seriously that it is droll to think of how unimportant it all was in the outcome.

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  • For in no case did this form manifest any relation either to the actors or the endurers in the picture.

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  • He was certainly one of the gayest endurers of poverty in the world of Bohemia.

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  • And there's no doubt we were mostly damaged even though we became endurers. "

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