Masses of struggling humanity may leave you awestruck but unmoved, while the image of one man clutching the beloved dog he can't bear
to leave behind will reduce you to sobs.
Priced at $3,495 plus monthly satellite subscription fees, the SpeedRay will occupy a specialty niche inhabited by those who can't bear
the information disconnect a long drive represents.
He knows Foster is dragging him down and he can't bear
the thought of the impending death of his beloved friend, Pighead.
but we've got our hands on another upcoming plotline you hoped to keep secret - and we just can't bear
to keep it from our readers.
Maybe part of him can't bear
to see his little girl grow up.
Imagine a retired couple; the wife is dying of a chronic illness and the husband simply can't bear
the thought of life without her.
Man, I just can't bear
to struggle through that stuff, no matter how well written.
Backing a campaign to revive run-down developments, the Prince said: 'One of the reasons is because I can't bear
He said: "One of the reasons is because I can't bear
But, if you simply can't bear
to find another home for your pet, you can:
He's telling the book's resilient heroine, Scarlett O'Hara, that he simply can't bear
to live in the Reconstruction-era South and that he's taking off, "perhaps to England-or to Paris.
This has a significant impact on families who often, for very good reason, can't bear
up under their caregiving responsibilities.
For those that don't make the cut, but you can't bear
to toss into your blue bin, there may be another option.
I can't bear
the tension," she said, "as one win will make the difference and I look short of runners at present.
And she finds she can't bear
it-- not his beautiful neck, stretched and corded, not his hair fallen to one side like beach grass, not the curved wing of his ear, washed thin with daylight, deep pink of the inner body-- what she can't bear
is that she can't see his face, not that she thinks this exactly--she is rocking and breathing--it's more her body's thought, opening, as it is, into its own sheer truth.