Endured in a sentence | Use of the word endured examples

Tell me a little about how he came to be, and why you think he’s endured.

She relies on her health coverage for multiple medical conditions, some the result of trauma endured before immigrating to the US from Iraq.

Not only have our citizens endured domestic disaster, but they have lived through one international humiliation after another.

Whatever the reason, several financial and critical failures have endured the test of time to emerge as cult classics years later.

The women reportedly endured limited bathroom breaks and heavy lifting, against their doctors’ advice.

The Republican Party has, collectively, not only consistently missed opportunities to make headway but has endured self-inflicted wounds on an astonishingly regular basis.

Do does not allow the hardships his mother and millions more endured to fall into sensationalism.

I am angry, and I have endured it less than others.

Still, for many people who have endured any type of abuse, cutting ties with one’s family can seem like a drastic measure.

It’s an exercise in the best sense, in making sense of something that endured over decades and doesn’t lend itself to easy structure.

I endured a couple of falls.

But that’s not a very compelling case when you consider how few attacks we endured before 9/11.

Shea Stadium, the legendary Brooklyn DIY venue and community project, endured a torrid start to 2017.

Civilians trapped inside the Islamic State enclave in the city have endured miserable conditions for months, lacking water, power, food and healthcare.

It took five rounds for Johann—who stood his ground and endured a thorough battering—to be knocked out.

Why do you think that song’s endured?

Most of them are teenagers and have often endured trauma and abuse in their home countries and on the journey north.

Since 2000, California has endured 15 of the 20 most destructive wildfires in state history.

She endured an eight-hour brain surgery, and we researched every treatment option that offered any hope of extending her life.

Many of them share with me their own story concerning a loved one of theirs, usually a parent, who endured a harsh dying process.

We endured floods and fires and storms.

He then endured multiple amputations without anything to dull the pain.

Tiamat has endured discrimination, abuse, and sexual violence—a lifetime of injustice committed against her at the hands of men.

There, they endured an attack of their own.

America’s longstanding presidential system is a historical aberration, one that has only endured because of the country’s relatively unpolarized party system.

Yet the people of the Bronx have endured.

Van Min recalled the anguished plea of a patient who had already endured nine pregnancies: “If I have another pregnancy, this will kill me.

Ziteng’s Pang likewise recounts having worked with multiple women who claim to have endured assaults by cops at their brothels.

Facebook has endured scandal after scandal in the past two years.

“Over the past few months in Europe, we have endured several acts of war.”

We’ve endured the nervous jitters and crippling insecurity that can result from the often-brief first time.

Through sheer force of will, Pearl Jam has endured, proving that, in the long run, there are some advantages to being in second place.

The preexisting conditions benefit has now endured four different plans that could have rolled it back.

Despite the brick-and-mortar retail apocalypse taking place across the country, Halloween pop-ups like Spirit have endured.

Yet, through everything, she endured.

Though soft-spoken, she is considered one of Thailand’s bolder environmental campaigners — and she has endured the threats that come with the job.

After Water Rats endured a 30-hour airport nightmare, they finally landed on US soil.

Some claimed it belonged a woman who had endured so much abuse from her husband that she gave birth to a devil child.

Cher and Dolly Parton endured struggle and hardship, but have never stopped working.

In raising that money, she endured waves of misogynistic attacks.

But the health care law, the most significant expansion of the American social safety net in a generation, has endured — so far.

International airline passengers were delayed by half an hour while domestic passengers endured waits of up to two hours.

“These studies endured much tougher scrutiny from me than they did from peer reviewers in order to make it into academic journals,” Roodman wrote.

During the Cultural Revolution, the burning of paper money and offerings was banned, yet the practice endured, morphing as the country did too.

Then in July, they endured windstorms and pollination, leaving the dusty gold pollen on the leaves.

They had love and money worries and endured tragic flaws or feelings of insecurity.

The UDPS endured harsh repression, and the elder Tshisekedi was repeatedly jailed.

Bosch and his unique vision have certainly endured.

He endured the franchise’s lean years and was hardened by failure.

We have endured floods and fires and storms.

He then endured multiple amputations without anything to dull the pain.

“That procedure you just talked about was a procedure I endured.

“The Syrians who have rejected Assad have endured four years of shelling, barrel bombs, gas, Scud missiles, chemical attacks, torture,” Kerry said.

Fatoumata Seyba, an activist from Mali, endured a different kind of trauma when her mother-in-law cut her baby daughter without her knowledge.

Caroline endured physical abuse during her childhood.

Decades later, most of their purchases have endured.

Luckily, nobody endured death by flesh-eating white walkers this time around.

For more than 60 years they’ve endured the pain of dislocation.

Instead, the show quickly establishes its ambition to honestly and truthfully portray the very real suffering that slaves endured.

Before the bill, New Yorkers who’d endured sex abuse as children had only until their 23rd birthday to do either.

Before the bill, New Yorkers who’d endured sex abuse as children had only until their 23rd birthday to do either.

Mumler is the first known spirt photographer, but he inspired a slew of others whose popularity endured through World War I.

Moreover, Hood has endured a run of injuries this season, and that could hamper his development.

The transcribed interviews expose the material and emotional damage the locals have endured, as well as their resounding tenacity.

Growing up with privilege, Arbus sought out subjects who belonged to marginalized communities or endured hardships.

Valdez endured his second consecutive rough outing, surrendering six runs on eight hits and one walk.

He describes works in terms of the sacrifices of time and money made, the struggles endured during the process, and the opposition encountered.

Indeed, from flowers to feathers to geometric designs, the exhibit makes the point that certain motifs have endured for centuries.

They’ve endured long and costly battles to protect its principles and perpetuate the Constitutional compact between the press and the public.

And he’s interested in how they endured all those years as their case wended its way through court.

Another one of the triads’ biggest moneymakers was prostitution: Triads, quite famously, endured in the city as pimps.

First announced in 2011, it endured a failed 2013 Kickstarter campaign and a release date that was repeatedly pushed back.

In Durham, students tore down a Confederate statue whose odious presence in front of the courthouse could not be endured any longer.

Wendy says she endured multiple surgeries but still lost feeling and use of 2 fingers.

The onetime Navy fighter pilot endured 5-1/2 years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam after his aircraft was shot down over Hanoi.

She endured forced internment during World War II, and was an outspoken advocate for reparations to internees, which would eventually be passed in 1988.

It breaks my heart to think of what she endured and how it has changed my beautiful, happy baby girl.

Key, as “Luther,” indignantly addressed the attacks Obama has endured throughout his tenure—racial and otherwise.

He endured torture and malnutrition while held prisoner by the insurgent group for nearly five years.

The fractured leg endured by Spong against Saki was a horrific injury—one which is catastrophic to any soccer player, let alone a kickboxer.

In doing so, he earned public praise and the scorn of countless defense attorneys whose clients endured Myers’s courtroom theatrics.

“They’ve endured dirty, cramped conditions, inadequate medical care, and violence.

Given the high stakes many liberals attach to Ginsburg’s health, it’s worth looking at what the justice has endured through her life.

Still, she endured a trip of several hours to visit the facility in Kochi, a city in the southwestern state of Kerala.

“Ms. Hughes endured horrific humiliation and criticism.”

Still, she endured a trip of several hours to visit the facility in Kochi, a city in the southwestern state of Kerala.

Meanwhile, Ricciardo endured a difficult first part of 2016, although it concluded on a high with strong podium finishes in Hungary and Germany.

Tempers began to fray as residents endured a one-mile drive for nearly an hour.

Syria has endured five years of brutal civil war, with little hope for peace — until last month.

Women have endured centuries of watching men determine which of us gets to be portrayed on screens and in pages.

Syria has endured five years of brutal civil war, with little hope for peace — until last month.

They have endured a terrible ordeal.

I mean, everyone else sort of grumbled about it behind the scenes, everyone endured these microaggressions.

The African men and women who traverse the coast have endured the waterways as passages to an unholy hell.

But he also endured frustrating stretches where he didn’t even touch the ball.

The family’s endured a horrific ordeal while being held.

Partly because of this incredible movie that looks at the abuse these magnificent creatures have endured for decades.

Many families seeking asylum are already fleeing danger, and many children have already endured a harrowing journey upon arriving at the border.

The “Clinton body count” theory has endured over the years simply because people don’t live forever.

Born in Boston, Burden endured a difficult early childhood.

But The Twilight Zone has endured.

Running at the Tank through February 12, Hottentotted pays tribute to Saartjie Baartman and the exploitation she endured.

We were war buddies who’d endured the same hardships, seen the same atrocities, and been groped by the same American Idol contestant.

His state has already endured record rainfall, with much more forecast to come.

Michael Bisping, the guy who endured deafening jeers that were at least partially his own fault.

Conrad endured a devastating loss in 1998: their boyfriend, Earth, was brutally murdered right outside of their rural, queer community in Tennessee.

Already, critics are praising the new album as a powerful and honest personal statement about the tortuous ordeal she has endured.

Murkowski, on the other hand, endured one final lobbying campaign from her peers.

The majority of the sexual harassment that I’ve endured on a plane was concentrated on that one flight.

What in writing can just be rhetorical, a surface flourish, in labor becomes literal—it has to be suffered through, sweated through, endured.

Theon has endured so much suffering that there’s an outside chance he’ll survive to find some form of inner peace.

But we’re still a reminder of what has happened, of what we’ve endured.

It’s reportedly the first time in 17 years the city has endured a hurricane warning.

They’ve endured and built their own democratic institutions.

The company has endured regular public backlash since 2016, when a Chinese student died after seeking treatment at a hospital that advertised on Baidu.

As everyone knows … the record’s been 6 years in the making, and Weezy’s endured tons of legal battles through all of it.

Women also endured discrimination at the hands of cab drivers, albeit in a different way.

Even the original Barbie doll was a sea change in what toys for girls could be, and that spirit of innovation has endured.

Men may be more likely to experience fertility problems if their mothers endured stressful life events early in pregnancy, a recent study suggests.

Mothers of 87 men had endured at least three stressful life experiences early in pregnancy.

The unraveling of her marriage — coupled with the incessant, crushing hate she endured — contributed to a deep, treatment-resistant depression.

The Ippolitos endured the other hazards for months.

He has endured bankruptcies and scandal by bragging his way out of them.

Spoelstra has no such luxury, and he arguably has endured worse roster luck than any of those other coaches.

The virus has endured for years and particularly devastated younger populations, predominantly in Africa.

Though details are currently sparse, the news is thrilling for fans, who have endured years of rumors that a sequel was in the works.

But U.S. equities have endured a dismal few months as worries have grown for economic growth.

Or has the club endured too many low-percentile outcomes to ignore the luck variable?

Civilians who were trapped inside the Islamic State enclave in the city endured miserable conditions for months, lacking water, power, food and healthcare.

She’s just endured her own round of disappointments — largely stemming from another teacher dumping her in humiliating fashion.

That’s what Mendelsohn endured, saying that at the peak of his radiation treatment, he stayed in bed for 18 hours a day.

On this side of the border, among the dusty, cracked streets of Bajax, a very different kind of economy endured.

There’s also the Paris ordeal her former BFF, Kim Kardashian, endured.

(The monument has since endured several other transformations as well).

Since May 7th, 2016, our family has endured reading, listening, and watching as international attention played out on this tragedy.

Angus concurs: “I think that the film has endured because it was a snapshot of such a pivotal moment in time.

Mizui was assaulted and eventually endured an entire night with her kidnapper.

When California endured a five-year drought, heavily water dependent agricultural operations like almond and alfalfa farms got national attention.

Kale has endured because it’s easy to plant, cheap, and can work in all sorts of dishes.

The statues — which depict a young, barefoot woman sitting in a chair – have become powerful symbols of the hardships those women endured.

It’s an ordeal all of us who take the train have endured at one point or another.

Black families have endured centuries of violence; this is why Black Lives Matter is a necessary movement.

Bourne & Shepherd’s other studios closed over the years, but the Kolkata one endured, with the business prospering through the 20th century.

His campaign has endured a bad couple of days.

The United States endured a much more difficult budget impasse, which lasted more than two weeks, in October 2013.

He was calm, he was friendly, and he endured.

The onetime U.S. Navy fighter pilot endured 5-1/2 years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam before embarking on a celebrated political career.

If Bart and Lisa really had endured what they did in “Kamp Krusty,” this episode suggests, those events would hang with them.

To Trudeau’s point, the US-Canadian alliance has at this point endured for decades and is extraordinarily strong.

States of Focus is a powerful testimony to contemporary women artists who have endured and continue to endure assaults on their self-determination.

States of Focus is a powerful testimony to contemporary women artists who have endured and continue to endure assaults on their self-determination.

Commuters riding railways serving New York and Boston’s suburbs endured extensive delays as crews worked to repair frozen equipment and clear snow-covered tracks.

It endured in damaged dwelling.

Phil has endured many bad renditions of “Hey Ya!”

Okpokwasili cited one of her performances that included a 30-minute tremor, an extended gesture of pain to be endured by both dancer and audience.

The perfection and refinement that McMakin attains is paradoxical, as his work hints at feelings of isolation, abandonment, and loss, all stoically endured.

What of the other damaging leaks Trump has endured over the last few days?

Before he was famous, though, Crumb endured all sorts of problems.

Our criminal justice system is intimidating at best and often further victimizes people who have already endured so much.

Fatoumata Seyba, an activist from Mali, endured a different kind of trauma when her mother-in-law cut her baby daughter without her knowledge.

Uber has long endured criticism of its safety record.

One consequence of that seems to be that they are now rehashing all the same policy fights that the House endured.

She was finally allowed to get one—but that doesn’t change the horrific injustice she endured.

The decision marks the latest setback for the 29-year-old American, who has endured a start-stop return to competitive golf after wrist surgery last October.

Since 2000, California has endured 15 of the 20 most destructive wildfires in state history.

Detainees there, Human Rights Watch writes, “endured prolonged mistreatment, sometimes for weeks and even months.

Despite all the pain I endured because of her secrets and decisions—we came to understand each other.

Christine Blasey Ford endured hours of grueling testimony, she was mocked by the president, and she sustained death threats.

Susan Fowler, a former Uber engineer, wrote a blog post last week detailing the sexist treatment she endured during her year at the company.

As we’ve reported … Lee’s endured several rough months.

All said they had endured violence.

“Kara, how does this career hit that Kathy endured impact the world of tech?

My father knew pain and suffering with an intimacy and immediacy most of us are blessed never to have endured.

Yet he endured.

“We stand with the people of Orlando, who have endured a terrible attack on their city,” he said.

‘The depression and anxiety endured by women and men after a miscarriage can continue for years.’

The virus has endured for years and particularly devastated younger populations, predominantly in Africa.

Sovereign and independent nations are the only vehicle where freedom has ever survived, democracy has ever endured, or peace has ever prospered.

had endured stopped.

By one popular measure, the United States endured 372 mass shootings last year.

Most referees would have called off the fight seeing the punishment endured by Fedor during Maldonado’s ground-based onslaught.

She told the BBC that she’s also endured personal threats and threats on her family.

But McConnell has endured for six terms and looks to have a seventh.

She talks about the years of beating she endured, the incessant demands for a dowry, and multiple abortions her husband forced her to undergo.

But Iran has endured American sanctions for decades, and their efficacy in reducing its regional aggression is definitely not certain.

She began her questioning by apologizing for the death threats and other trauma Ford had endured after her allegations became public.

We’ve endured freezing temperatures in our purple minivan,” said Terrence Wise, a 39-year-old father of three daughters.

Afghanistan has endured too many “foreign interventions”, however, he added, urging an eventual deal to resolve the war.

Many of the children endured regular beatings at the hands of security guards, who also extorted them for a cut of their earnings.

Our criminal justice system is intimidating at best and often further victimizes people who have already endured so much.

When he died on his 24th birthday, he had endured 66 surgeries and more than 1,700 rounds of dialysis, his parents said.

Cody, they felt, already had endured too many surgeries during his short life.

Some of them reflect that abuse that endured.

On top of that, the company endured turmoil in its management ranks.

And there’s a reason all those songs and artists have endured.

The conditions in prison were extremely harsh; inmates endured 22 hours of solitary confinement a day.

According to Bloom, she will also lash out at the Prez, promising to talk about the “bullying from the Trump family she has endured.”

They have not endured the killing fields of Cambodia, nor the civil war and Communist insurgency that tore apart North and South Vietnam.

But, the damage endured eventually wore.

Or that really earnest quote about all the hardship you’d already endured as a private school student?

Others saw toxic pollution and environmental disasters as the sort of risk essential to a vibrant economy, something to be stoically endured.

That same year, the UK endured 144 gun deaths total — or 2.2 gun deaths per million people.

Meanwhile, in Turkey, which has endured a failed coup as well as terrorist attacks, a vibrant consumer sector still chugs on.

It certainly captures the brutality and oppression that we have endured.

Mrs. Leach’s story is typical of the pain and suffering the family members of murder victims have endured.

Reno endured this very experience throughout her tenure as attorney general.

So, next time your meat-free mate starts harping on about cauliflower rice, remind them of the hard life that shivering, left-in-the-cold-ground brassica has endured.

“We’ve endured hard times together.

Although the technology endured, “it was overbuilt, overspent, overburdened, most of them economically failed,” Marchionne said.

But I’m not the only woman who has endured these would-be compliments that (more often than not) come across as uncomfortable criticisms.

ultimately lampoons, rather than confirms, essentialist conceptions of motherhood, all while exposing the daily inequities endured by many women today.

No team exemplifies the failure and revolving door that the Vols have endured in the past decade quite like the Cleveland Browns.

So I endured all this insecurity for nine months, wondering who the hell I even was in this thing.

Biden has reportedly called Hill to express “regret for what she endured” but stopped short of apologizing.

“That this relationship has endured several stress tests in the past is no guarantee that it will survive this one”.

sees as hardships she and her husband have endured.

The Ippolitos endured the other hazards for months.

California has endured a five-year drought, and the end doesn’t appear to be in sight.

Perhaps the saddest thing about the spew of abuse that Diop has endured is that it’s just one instance of a recurring pattern.

The church attempted to stamp out the ritual, but it endured through about the 16th century.

Of that number, 18 percent have endured what the Center calls “more severe experiences,” including prolonged harassment, physical threats, stalking, and sexual harassment.

RD: When #MeToo emerged, a lot (a lot) of women I knew outed themselves as having endured harassment and far worse.

Over the past few months in Europe, we have endured several acts of war.”

And stilted conversations in the doctor’s office can magnify the often invisible discrimination endured by marginalized communities.

That’s not enough to even dent a country that has endured centuries of actual crises.

But within the last decade, it has endured as one of the greatest whodunits.

America’s norms against political violence endured, despite Trump’s words.

Aaron Brown, a former managing director at AQR Capital Management, argues that physical currencies, including the dollar, have endured hard forks in the past.

Will gave a shout-out to Ariana and what she’s endured … not to mention what she pulled off with the concert.

Celine Dion endured her second funeral in as many days … this time burying her brother.

The millennial struggle for adulthood is one endured quietly, in the anonymous realm of the internet.

But their cultural posture of racism as rebellion — that endured.

“I would have even preferred to be in there with them, so we could have endured the pain together.”

“In this camp, my wife endured her last three months of pregnancy.

Russian sport has endured a torrid time in 2016, amid accusations of state-sponsored doping dating back to the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China.

We know that reparatory measures have to identify the damage that the victim has endured because of the crime and try to transform this.

The collection is apparently timed to the exhausting election cycle we all just endured (and, presumably, the impending presidency that many find very troubling).

I could not have endured that week alone.

United Airlines endured more than its fair share of scandals last week.

After the abuse she endured, Andrews should have been allowed that much.

This is precisely what civil rights activists risked their lives and endured beatings and humiliation for at lunch counters in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Grande promises that she will continue with music to honor everyone who endured this tragedy, because that’s what brings us together.

Despite Jackson’s urging, the debate over how to define American descendants of slaves has endured.

You have endured more of Those Games than just about any fan base in pro sports.

In the Christmas special, Sun recounts a fight she endured as a teenager.

In order to train for the spandex-and-glitter wearing character, Brie endured real-life wrestling training, which she says changed her body and her attitude.

We’ve seen their starved, sorrowful childhoods, the brutal training and manipulation they endured.

She is, in essence, the rare example of a fighter who has endured.

Toronto hasn’t endured much of a battle in recent encounters with Los Angeles, outscoring it by a 51-16 margin over the last five meetings.

We stand with the people of Orlando, who have endured a terrible attack on their city.

Monday night, though, the 20-year-old endured some harsh criticism at the hands of the judges of DWTS.

The New York Times reported on Thursday that Biden phoned Hill earlier this month to express regret about what she “endured” testifying against Thomas.

A child that age shouldn’t be privy to the facts of life, but Anne has endured much more than the average girl.

“That’s if they even remember anything from their lives before.” Adding to that instability is the weight of the traumas they have endured.

Plenty of pregnant women have endured this seemingly innocent question too many times to count.

The shooter(s) hit seven people, ultimately killing 20-year-old Tabitha Cruz and 18-year-old Omani Free—the other five victims endured non-life-threatening wounds.

Like many artforms, raqs al-sharqi has endured a drastic change in the last 15 years with the advent of social media.

Nevertheless, Joan’s faith endured.

Anyone who has endured the mind-numbing drone of rote learning can understand the allure of VR and AR as educational tools.

Anyone who has endured the mind-numbing drone of rote learning can understand the allure of VR and AR as educational tools.

A pair of teenagers just endured a real-life horror story.

While companies have endured product or other disappointments, analysts have pointed to concerns about pressures on drug-pricing as a cloud over the stocks.

This will include SaaS ERP software to simplify the management of “general planning processes” endured by removals companies.

There are several reasons this show about fighting robots and existential crises has endured.

Pharmaceutical stocks have endured a rocky month so far as earnings results have poured in.

The Reuters photography staff was honored for images of the violence endured by the Rohingya, a Muslim minority, as they fled Myanmar for Bangladesh.

Through different high schools and different colleges, the couple endured the entire long-distance romance thing.

Avoiding the film because it is a Weinstein production punishes the woman who endured his harassment in order to bring her vision to life.

But Unglert’s seemed particularly heart-wrenching, mainly because he’d endured such a harrowing family dinner during his hometown date.

My eating disorder was not my fault, and the struggles I’ve endured are nothing to be ashamed of or dismissed.

(For context, the world has endured at least three Elizabeth Taylor biopics.)

endured millions of snuggles from Havie pie and @shanidarden.

He then endured multiple amputations without anything to dull the pain,” Trump said.

Let’s address the elephant in the room: Game of Thrones premiered tonight, and Twin Peaks endured a little bit of older-child syndrome.

Those who survived endured a life of subjugation on sugar, tobacco and cotton plantations.

Lamb endured his shortest outing of the season at Milwaukee on May 27 when he was rocked for six runs in 3 2/3 frames.

Inh, who lived in Cambodia during the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime of the 1970s, endured years of violence and starvation.

The city changed, but the fragility of gay love in a context of injustice endured.

Harris had endured two previous crashes during the practice stunts.

Tulip Fever has endured numerous setbacks.

U.S. officials have revealed little about the conditions under which the three were held and whether they endured any form of physical abuse.

People who have endured long stretches of imprisonment may find they have trouble sleeping or eating after release.

Now, survivors of Chechnya’s gay concentration camps are speaking out about the torture they endured.

Civilians trapped inside the Islamic State enclave in the city have endured miserable conditions for months, lacking water, power, food and healthcare.

Much has been written of the trials and suffering Sansa has endured so far, and the strength she’s gained as a result.

The stock endured its worst day in more than 2-1/2 years as a rating downgrade from Barclays also weighed.

“People are really sick of the physical violence endured by police officers,” said an officer who identified himself as David.

I could write many more paragraphs about bullying, physical threats, and verbal abuse my family and I endured at the hands of hateful bigots.

I’ve never heard those women judged because they suffered less than someone who endured 40 hours of labor and third-degree vaginal tears.

He silently endured insults.

He knows Javier must’ve endured a fair share of trauma in Colombia, and asks whether he really wants to go again.

Thank you for sharing your story, a story that is a clear representation of what we have all endured.”

Employees working on “Anthem” reportedly endured enough stress that they began taking “stress leave” to cope.

I would never degrade the fight you have endured,” she told the cheering crowd.

Billy Kimmel was born on April 21, 2017, and youngest member of the family has already endured a major surgery.

Just weeks before, she endured even more body shaming when commenters harassed her on social media for being “too skinny.”

But history shows these types of insults reflect the outsider status Asian Americans have always endured despite their presence since America’s inception.

It’s going to be the worst pain I’ve ever endured, but once it’s there I’m going to be dead.

The Mets have also endured 19 consecutive scoreless innings.

According to Mother Monster, Durham possessed “unfathomable courage, strength, and positivity,” despite the struggles she endured.

Was the  pairing a reference to the Holocaust and the history of enforced migration and repeated exiles the Jews have endured?

Nicholas De Conto, Da Silva’s 24-year-old manager, has endured four holdups at the family-run business in recent years.

For the most part, the fish we eat — even “wild-caught” — likely endured slow, painful deaths.

Smallzy, tweeted a couple of hours before Sheeran shared the news that sources were telling him Sheeran endured a bike accident.

The torment she endured through much of her life makes Hesse’s eventual epiphanies and ascendance particularly bittersweet.

BCH has endured a fairly volatile first week, even for bitcoin standards.

The 1961 tattoo ban, which endured until 1997, sent the parlors underground.

The former POW’s spirit endured despite being tortured and isolated in solitary confinement.

With his father in jail, Ghost has since shared his mother’s financial hardships, endured bullying from classmates, and kept largely to himself.

That rattled nerves across Brazil, which endured a 1964-85 military dictatorships and has a long history of coups interrupting democratic regimes.

His victim, however, ended up moving to another school to escape the ridicule he endured for speaking up.

Snap has endured a brutal few months.

There are “fondant fiascos” and pudding sabotages and biscuit boxes and all kinds of other very serious baking-related scenarios endured by the contestants.

And as other Emancipation Day celebrations faded, Juneteenth endured.

“If you look at [The Elizabeth Smart Story], it really doesn’t portray what Elizabeth endured,” explained Freed of the previous TV movie.

On the contrary, the series deals with banal situations that the majority of the adult populations of developed countries have endured at some point.

My family endured a lot of abuse in our suburb — our house was egged and water-ballooned.

It was shocking, and traumatic, and something she endured almost entirely alone.

I would never degrade the fight you have endured,” she told the cheering crowd.

(Headey also notes in a parenthetical that she endured bullying at the hands of director Gilliam.)

But the country faces plenty of other problems that have long endured and won’t be magically solved by four percent unemployment.

They suffered the effects of a dreadful economy, witnessed the loss of their empire, and endured a wave of kleptocrats.

The pension fund of Correios has also endured heavy losses because of erratic investment decisions during the leftist Workers Party’s tenure in power.

Any space-enthused kid has endured the crumbly, chalky agglomeration of flavors known as “astronaut ice cream.”

Multiple emerging female Democratic leaders are the target of the same attack Hillary Clinton endured for years — that she’s only out for herself.

The pain (physically, mentally, & emotionally) that she has endured is unbelievable,” Marquise wrote in the heart-wrenching post.

North Korea endured four solid days of the drills before saying anything about them.

Thousands more have endured lifelong health complications as a result of botched operations and unsanitary conditions.

We pinpointed losses endured in the past year, mourned them, then let them go.

In her speech, she talks about the health struggles she’s endured as a result of having Lupus.

It’s reportedly the first time in 17 years the city has endured a hurricane warning.

(For reference, his character is covered in tattoos — one for every experience he’s endured or obstacle he’s overcome.)

For a company that endured a federal investigation into steroid abuse distribution during the 1990s, this represents a major advance.

She minced no words when describing the harassment she allegedly endured.

We’ve endured traumas in the past and emerged the better because of them.

For years, Republican Rep. Mary Bono endured the increasingly suggestive comments from a fellow lawmaker in the House.

She endured a five-month casting process for the part as the starfighter mechanic, reports Elle.

You endured this character with such strength and softness.

DeviantArt endured for the better part of two decades by catering to a range of creative niches.

After all, Prince is undergoing the same Hollywood whirlwind that Brown endured last summer when Stranger Things debuted on Netflix.

Daraya has endured round after round of atrocities.

It’s the thought that counts, not the pain endured.

Paxton endured his worst start as a Yankee, getting tagged for six runs on seven hits in 2 2/3 innings.

Tradition holds that Christians wear ashes on the first day of Lent in order to mourn and acknowledge the suffering that Jesus endured.

Generally well-regarded Eero, for example, endured a number of delays before shipping its smart router earlier this year to largely positive reviews.

Now, any of us who have spent time in public life have endured news coverage we felt was jaded or unfair.

He confesses during one stretch he endured five concussions within 14 months.

“Intense” doesn’t even begin describe what I endured over the course of 45 minutes.

“I finally said ‘enough is enough’ and went public with my name and the ugly details of what I endured.

This year China endured the biggest outbreak of bird flu ever recorded, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday.

Women like Yusufiy and Huddle endured violence that they never should have — and law enforcement did nothing to protect them.

Kelis has come forward about the alleged domestic abuse she endured while married to rapper Nas.

You can partially blame Victorian pamphlets and books for the horrors women endured.

They are also likely, regardless of religion, to have endured personal hardship and sacrifice in the name of the United States government.

She endured publishers who believed that her husband actually wrote the story.

Similarly, Georgia contender Stacey Abrams has endured racist tweets and slurs hurled at her outside some of her events.

The end of the book is called “Historical Notes,” in which scholars comment drily on the society Offred had endured.

They endured extreme weather, grueling conditions, and disease.

McGowan, for the record, has endured egregious gaslighting at the hands of Weinstein.

Immigrant groups, too, endured changing racial norms, with Irish and Italian Americans, for example, deemed scientifically inferior for decades.

Theon has endured so much suffering that there’s an outside chance he’ll survive to find some form of inner peace.

“It’s a struggle that a lot of families have endured — for us, it’s been 14 years,” he told Hyperallergic over the phone.

209 days ago, the New York Times published the first piece chronicling the abuse endured by women from Harvey Weinstein.

The amount of all-too-familiar snipers kills that I endured during this mode, however, was not.

Hathaway endured something called “Hathahate” in 2012, an upswell of online trolling right as her career reached a peak with her first Oscar win.

We’ve endured two seasons of bleakness.

“Circor shareholders have endured five years of underperformance and a series of value-destroying capital allocation decisions by current management,” Mitchell said.

And it’s something that endured long beyond just the campaign against counterculture.”

But Victoria and David Beckham endured, bringing their international glamour, comically stoic demeanors, and close-lipped tendencies (literally, Victoria never smiles!)

The groundwork laid by writers like Nora Ephron and John Hughes in the ’80s and ’90s endured into the early 2000s.

Any space-enthused kid has endured the crumbly, chalky agglomeration of flavors known as “astronaut ice cream.”

I can finally be free from the mental torment I’ve endured for so long.”

Jesus endured violence so that more marginalized and oppressed people didn’t have to.

The reason The Parent Trap has endured is Lindsay “Freakishly Skilled Child Actor” Lohan.

The pigment emerged in Europe in the 14th century, and its regal status endured.

They are built for people who view driving as a pleasure, not a task to be endured.

The explosion came only after the tank endured beyond the limits of SpaceX’s anticipated field conditions.

We even witnessed Jughead working to earn his Serpent tattoo in season 2, when he endured the initiation process of the gang.

I endured a two-phase interview with this company and won them over,” she explains.

When Grail succeeds, hopefully many, many people and their loved ones can be spared the cancer experience Laura endured.

There’s a reason these superheroes and their comics have endured.

Kanye had just endured a trip to his dentist in Chicago Friday … when a homeless man approached him.

The result is a body of work that has endured for centuries, and irreversibly shaped the way we think about music.

She, who struggled financially, endured relationships that weren’t working, and contended with a painful, dysfunctional childhood.

Mrs. Leach’s story is typical of the pain and suffering the family members of murder victims have endured.

Two weeks after we received the diagnosis, Natan endured a six-hour operation at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.

In the 1990s, when North Korea endured a famine that killed more than 2 million people, black markets sprang up across the country.

Why do you think he’s endured?

And the sensitivity to negative reviews, to feeling like he was risking losing his audience at any time, that endured throughout his career.

In fact, no one else endured all the techniques,” said Joseph Margulies, one of Abu Zubaydah”s attorneys, in past interviews.

Or those ‘storm stilettos’ during a visit to tour the damage that Houston endured during Hurricane Harvey.

His state has already endured record rainfall, with much more forecast to come.

Despite the heavy year that she’s endured, it’s clear that Grande is focusing on healing and spending time with her fam.

was relocated to Lancaster Correctional Institution in Trenton, Florida, where, according to his attorney, he endured another assault.

His voice, in postgame press conferences, is that of a man who has endured severe throat trauma.

If anyone has endured the worst the universe has to offer, it’s her.

A few days later, HackerGiraffe released a remorseful statement detailing the harassment they endured from PewDiePie fans and haters.

She didn’t want her daughters going through what she’d already endured two times.

While Leslie’s character was killed off, their romance endured.

While the bank has recovered financially, the longer-term damage to its reputation has endured.

Both men have enjoyed and endured their rollercoaster ride of respective careers so far.

It’s that despite all the Having-It-All cultural conditioning we’ve endured, we actually do have less options.

“What if this were the symbol that endured?” Clark asks.

Zsa Zsa endured a number of health problems in the last several years.

Themes of “cucking”—watching other men have rough or demeaning sex with one’s wife—aggression, humiliation, and rape-simulation have endured.

In the last 600 years or so, it has endured 14 sieges and the occasional intense bombardment.

Since meeting Marot as a teenager, Sauvage allegedly endured almost daily violence from her husband without her ever reporting him to the police.

Since meeting Marot as a teenager, Sauvage allegedly endured almost daily violence from her husband without her ever reporting him to the police.

endured demeaning jokes.

Others have endured worse reprimands for their physicality than this, but it underscores the value a particular look holds for women in television news.

This hair-color change comes only a month after Grande wrote on Twitter that the very-real platinum transformation she endured last year “tarnished” her curls.

After the kind of heartbreak he’s endured this season, Underwood is allowed one breakup cut, right?

The story deals with severe physical and emotional abuse Gypsy endured from her mother, who likely suffered from Munchausen by Proxy.

Rod has since started an online petition to help reduce her sentence in light of the many years of abuse that Gypsy endured.

Gloria got very personal, opening up about the nearly fatal abortion she endured.

They had love and money worries and endured tragic flaws or feelings of insecurity.

The alleged victim doesn’t get into specifics of the assault, but says, “the things I endured for the next 5 hours were unspeakable.”

… My father endured racism as he worked exceedingly hard to better himself, sometimes working two full-time jobs for years.

You’ve endured late nights writing papers, 8 a.m. classes, and three-hour discussion sections.

Most recently, nearly 140 students in Boston endured nausea and vomiting after dining at a Chipotle near the Boston College campus.

Since 2010, Bartley had endured several loan moves, including to Rangers, before joining Swansea in 2012, where he played under the guidance of Monk.

She goes from a young, mostly-powerless woman to the Warden of the North, but endured a ton of hardship in between.

The hours ahead are no longer to be endured but rather to be savored, and this knowledge invigorates me, refocusing my day.

From Gamergate to the concerted harassment campaign against Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones, women and marginalized groups have consistently endured egregious abuses on the platform.

And, like the real Reeves, Duke Caboom is sensitive and has endured traumatic events.

I’ve endured a lot of physical and emotional pain from having this condition and these surgeries.

You don’t have to have endured similar struggles to appreciate the bravery in this, but it resounds especially loudly if you have.

And she wasn’t the only one in her set with man-sullied skin creams (Lisowski Cox endured similar hardships).

Her presentation comes at a crucial moment for the company, given everything Theranos has endured over the past year.

Since going public a little over one year ago, Snap has endured some rather turbulent times on Wall Street.

Seeing the art helps viewers process the peculiar torment endured by the men at Guantanamo.

1B Adrian Gonzalez endured a rough afternoon Thursday.

Marc Gasol endured a tough shooting night (3 of 10) and finished with just eight points.

If you’ve endured trauma, the idea of losing anonymity against your will can be upsetting at best and panic-inducing at worst.

Tourists visiting the monuments and museums on the National Mall in Washington endured temperatures approaching 100 degrees F (37.8 C).

Its S&P 500 Index Fund, for example, has endured more than $2 billion in net withdrawals since early 2014.

Its S&P 500 Index Fund, for example, has endured more than $2 billion in net withdrawals since early 2014.

Tourists visiting the monuments and museums on the National Mall in Washington endured temperatures approaching 100 degrees F (37.8 C).

Yamaha endured a disappointing afternoon with Maverick Vinales and Valentino Rossi taking the sixth and seventh spot, respectively.

Our country has endured countless tragedies over the past 12 months: A London woman added chocolate to her grilled cheese.

From May 7 to June 12, Stanton endured the worst slump of his career, batting .112 with two homers and five RBIs.

The retrospective’s vast archive of multi-panel paintings allow users to trace the themes and stylistic motifs that have endured throughout Murakami’s career.

Mine endured accidental trips through the washer, countless sweat baths, and even in those worst-case scenarios, you’d be out less than $100.

This is your first opportunity to tell the courts what you’ve endured.

“The entertainment value of it has endured.

The entertainment value of it has endured.

The two characters have each just endured a harrowing and life-threatening struggle while separated from the other.

It’s clear she’s recovered from the mortifying treadmill spill she endured while jogging to Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” earlier this month.

They were such a good find that everyone in the small crowd happily endured the rain.

Is it possible “This Is Fine” has endured, because it’s like our generation’s “Hang in there” poster?

Sometimes it’s just a part of growing up, sometimes it involves other forms of hardship or violation — of which Sansa has endured plenty.

They endured harassment and beatings from the police even as they marched the streets, demanding an end to the violence.

SoftBank has endured some tough months recently.

Here, it seems to be less an active choice, and more a thing that happens, then is endured.

I’d just endured the gnarliest breakup of my life, and had little experience dating sober.

The vehicles in the art car collection are one of those rare corporate commissions that works in concept and has endured the decades.

When the NHL resumed after the lockout, Kolanos endured a bizarre season that saw him switch teams five times in less than a year.

You can heal burns — an appropriate skill for a beast that endured so many Twitter burns.

Those who endured the storm in Prattsville are inclined to divide their lives into two epochs: before the flood, and after.

The long hours I worked and the stress I endured completely broke my physical health.

SF Tobias Harris endured a rough shooting night, going 5-for-16 from the field while scoring 16 points Tuesday in a loss to Miami.

And as Harry himself endured an angry, troubled adolescence, the story’s stakes kept rising around him.

When the game was over, I took off the headset I was wearing and endured a brief moment of panic — because Bridget was gone.

She’s the real hero of this challenge, and this video is based on the various mishaps she has endured while I built Jarvis.

Twice in the past four years they have endured bee-related delays during a spring game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

At President Obama’s January 10th farewell address at McCormick Place in Chicago, the tradition endured, seemingly ready for his successor.

But I’d like to think that the friendship endured in recent years.

Video credit: Wall Street Journal On top of that, the company endured turmoil in its management ranks.

Most of all, these archives tell of the violence and hatred LGBT people have endured.

The book has endured because it deals with some heady issues that remain relevant today: environmentalism, politics, and religion.

There was just no end to the humiliation and destruction our bodies endured.

Chaffetz endured another 15 minutes of the town hall before literally being booed off the stage.

In the summer of 1874, Civil War veteran Silas Flood returns after the end of the war to escape the trauma he endured.

The quadcopter-style drone endured a catastrophic crash just two minutes into flight thanks to a faulty propeller.

I’ll never forget the look in their eyes when one would speak about a horror they endured.

It’s endured director and casting changes and the tragic death of original star Paul Walker.

ISIS has endured significant losses, and despite ongoing clashes, Ramadi itself is mostly back in the hands of Iraqi security forces.

Thunder forward Kevin Durant endured one of the worst shooting nights of his playoff career with a 7-for-33 outing for 21 points.

But after two suicide attempts in the past year, it’s difficult to gauge the trauma she’s endured at Leavenworth.

May, who endured several crises in her failed effort to find a compromise Brexit deal that parliament could ratify, said she underestimated lawmakers’ opposition.

May, who endured several crises in her failed effort to find a compromise Brexit deal that parliament could ratify, said she underestimated lawmakers’ opposition.

The project is also huge Cannes news for Netflix, which has endured scrutiny from the festival.

Greyhound endured a seven-week strike over proposed wage cuts for its unionized employees.

May, who endured several crises in her failed effort to find a compromise Brexit deal that parliament could ratify, said she underestimated lawmakers’ opposition.

Most of them endured mild uncomplicated brain injuries or concussions.

Deep, crater-like scars on Abu Zeid’s arms are a reminder of what he endured and a marked contrast with his condition today.

Kusama was born to a wealthy family in Matsumoto, Japan, and also endured a womanizing father.

That’s where the film lands, when Wade and James reveal to their families the abuse they endured.

Unless you were one of those lucky freaks with CGI-perfect skin, chances are you endured an acne outbreak as a teen.

The trials they endured together — climbing the Wall, fighting together, facing betrayal — made their love believable, and made its end all the more tragic.

That August, the RNA endured a shootout at a house they were occupying in Jackson.

That unto itself makes it worth the decades-long wait fans have endured.

It endured a rocky start, but over time, its preservation eventually spawned a multibillion-dollar franchise that changed the course of mainstream science fiction storytelling.

This made up for the struggles they national team had endured in the years since.

Cheap Trick has endured many ups and down over the past decades.

But given all the delays and challenges endured by Falcon Heavy, Musk has understandably set the bar low for success.

And so, despite mockery, they have endured.

For those still caught between warring parties, the suffering endured by children was particularly worrying, the U.N.’s children (UNICEF) agency said.

After he was nominated, he endured a very contentious preliminary confirmation hearing in November with the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

Through photos, text screenshots, and more, the lawsuit alleges that Sheets endured abuse both during and after their relationship.

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