The bridge can bear a tremendous weight.
The retailer has to absorb the cost of wastage.
We all have our crosses to bear.
Will this shelf sustain the weight of all these books?
The pillars have to support the weight of the roof.
She bore her sufferings bravely.
A nitpicker who obsesses over each dime is too tense to live with market risks.
Things that cannot be cured must be endured.
That is changing as investors lose their appetite for risk.
This brings on a physiological change to withstand the stress.
We need to fully consider the ability of the people, particularly low-income people, to bear price reforms.
The Secretary of State also noted the Lebanese people have endured a gre
at deal during15 years of civil war and unrest.
For evil men will be cut off, but those who hope in the Lord will inherit the land.
To successfully meet the high server scalability goals, we have to make sure our client benchmark systems are sufficient to support many, many users.
The valve can not bear the push, pull and torsion action generated by the heat-expansion and cold-contraction of pipe or other reason.
Such efforts offer an indispensable compensation for the otherwise unbearable sense of loss these youngsters must cope with as a result of living without parental care.
Civil engineers build mathematical models of bridges and other structures to calculate how much weight and stress they can bear before committing to an expensive construction phase.
Feet bear the brunt of daily life, and for many workers prolonged standing, badly fitted footwear, and in particular high heels can be a hazard.
The techniques presented in this article are effective for reducing the cost of contention in your programs, and increasing the load they can bear before exhibiting nonlinear scaling behavior.
But leaving aside Wauthier 's torment, deeper questions remain: has life at the top of these global behemoths become an unbearable pressure cooker, given to explosive conflicts, especially during tough economic times?