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- n. Used other than as an idiom: see pain, suffering.
- n. A species of damages that one may recover for physical or mental pain that results from a wrong done.
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Once you are willing to forgo collecting for pain and suffering and are willing to accept the reimbursement of the financial costs of a loss, uninsured motorists becomes a case of duplicated, better-to-be-insured-elsewhere coverage and requiring the premium that can be eliminated.
You could alter history, if you wanted to-wipe out all the pain and suffering and tragedy -”
I looked on at first as a mere spectator; bearing the revelation of pain and suffering with all the fortitude I could muster; but I found in a little while that it would overmaster me if I continued an idle looker-on; and putting aside the attendant nurse at last with a whisper to which she yielded, I offered myself quietly in her place to do her work.
I ask you to sentence the defendant to the only sentence that will stop and close the floodgates of pain and suffering that Thomas Melka has opened in this case, he said.
Partly it may have been that the Baptists were the sect that had been most persecuted ” that they were the ultimate sect, in the English world, in respect of the necessary qualification of pain and suffering accumulated in their own experience, while the Hobinsonian Independents might rank as only the penultimate sect in this respect.
In making up for three long years of pain and suffering at their hands with a four-game sweep, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls finally mastered the learning curve in a way where there was no doubt to anyone watching which of the two teams was better.