- to undergo (hardship)
- They have withstood all tests.
- It can undergo the test of time.
- She's been given umpteen warnings.
- I appeal to you as practical teachers.with good discipline it is always possible to pump into the minds of a class a certain quantity of inert knowledge.
- I've had enough of this wagon train business.
- To survive as a lone marmot you have to be tough.
- And surviving floods in mozambique.
- Women more especially--in the continually recurring trials of wounded wasted wronged misplaced or erring and sinful passion--or with the dreary burden of a heart unyielded because unvalued and unsought came to hester's cottage demanding why they were so wretched and what the remedy!
- Because it is not pasteurized draft beer has a better flavor than pasteurized beer.
- The increase in stress corresponding to this action is arbitrarily limited to the same increase in stress that the mild steel will undergo.
- They need physical and occupational therapy.
- Outride a storm at sea.
- The reinforced concrete structures in the relevant projects in the western china are to be damaged from the erosion of salt ions with high concentration and the multi-action of both the freeze-thaw and the dry-wet cycles and then the normal concrete therein is often heavily damaged from the superimposed effect of all these damages.
- The watch is built to withstand the occasional knock.
- Will the evidence hold up under thorough scrutiny?