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hard to endure

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extremely irritating to the nerves

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He went up there and stood up there for like an hour trying to psyche himself up to do it, and kept dropping in and jumping off the board.
What emerges is a picture of uncertain men trying to make the best of things.
It finally hit me one morning when I came down to my studio, trying to find a parking spot, and there were movie trucks in my way.
In other words, do such thoughts lead to prayer to God for light and to trying to listen to God's answer, or do they lead to endless self-questioning, self-doubts, and self-flagellation?
Instead of trying to change prejudices (a much harder task), keep people from acting on them.
At signal, they hop around while trying to make opponent fall down.
Her strategy at auditions is to pretend that she is performing onstage rather than trying to convince herself and others that she is right for the position.
According to Bio-OriGyn, there are 11 million couples currently trying to conceive in the United States.
Brockman did the awkward frontside crail bluntslide and jacked his foot trying the frontside pop-shove backside 50-50.
That's the kind of narcissism or megalomania that I was trying to depict.
LeShan's book helped me get over the hurdle of resistance to trying meditation again.
It was the face of a man who, however awkwardly, was trying to understand something foreign, different, uncomfortable.
4 times); help from one other friend also trying to quit (2.
The middle-aged man was seen recently in a Palmdale neighborhood trying to sell a truck for which he had no ownership papers, Cadman said.
I was doing my screech and people were trying to eat their spider rolls.