abear


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abear

(əˈbɛə)
vb (tr)
obsolete to endure or to behave
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My dear, the old lady thinks so high of me that she couldn't abear to see and hear me coming out as a reg'lar brown one.
'If you hadn't the sweetness of an angel in you, mim, I don't think you could abear it, I raly don't.'
But my father were that good in his hart that he couldn't abear to be without us.
'I can't abear to see you so, sir: I'm a mother myself.'
And I can't abear to part with anything I once lay hold of
Jed Clamor, the officer-in-charge of Toril Police Station that led the operation, identified the suspects as Jossone Michael Dayanghirang alias Johnson, 32, and Rojhel Abear Sanchez alias Ivan.
Lester is survived by his loving wife of 63 years Mary Ann Sommers, three children Angela Abear, Kathy McCullough, and Leslie Sommers, and five grandchildren.
The professional education program is tailored to employees of Brazils four major airlines Azul, GOL, Latam and Avianca through the nations airline association, Associacao Brasileira das Empresas Aereas (ABEAR), the Aviation Management Program.
The police said the brakes of the delivery van may have malfunctioned, as claimed by the driver, Michael Abear, during the investigation.