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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of endure.


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  • "One Amazing Thing collapses the walls dividing characters and cultures; what endures is a chorus of voices in one single room."

    One Amazing Thing by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni: Book summary

  • First, while it might take years of effort, the most effective way to erode the stigma of pretension that wine endures is to get it on the dinner table in more families, more often.


  • However, the most important fact that endures is a piece of fiction.

    A Note about Alice I Have Been by author Melanie Benjamin

  • In the long run, fiction that endures is by definition memorable.

    Cry Wolfe

  • Waleed Hussein endures the hardships of riding, such as going hungry and sweating in a sauna to keep his weight down.

    Only public horse track is a guilty pleasure in Baghdad

  • With the exception of crashes, almost all the pain a cyclist endures is self-inflicted. - Armstrong marks success by agony endured

  • So the moniker endures, even though it's based more on myth than fact. front

  • Among the friends I have made are Heroin N-- (who has, I am glad to have gathered, since kicked the habit, but the nickname endures) and T-- the Burglar (whose burgling days, I am glad to have gathered, are long since over, but the nickname endures).

    New Statesman

  • Deciding whether the pain and suffering someone endures is “severe” doesn’t require a theoretical set of criteria in the absence of any facts; it only requires that consideration of the facts of a specific case.

    Matthew Yglesias » India’s Response to Terrorism

  • I don’t spank nearly as often as I thought I might – the most “corporal discipline” that Lucas endures is a swat on the hands if he keeps taking trash out of the garbage despite having been warned repeatedly that he needs to not do that, and even then, I don’t think they actually hurt him, which rather begs the question of what the point of it is.

    more thoughts on Being Mom. « Love | Peace | Ohana


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