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To bear out


  • "I cannot bear to sit out here."
    "I cannot bear to sit out here."
  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • To bear out To maintain and support to the end; to defend to the last.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • To bear out to corroborate
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  • Phillips Brooks
    “The truest help we can render an afflicted man is not to take his burden from him, but to call out his best energy, that he may be able to bear the burden.”
  • William Shakespeare
    “Love bears it out even to the edge of doom.”


Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. beran; Goth. bairan, L. ferre, Gr. pher-ein, Sans. bhri.


In literature:

These fences keep out the bears, because they cut themselves on the glass in trying to climb over, and they also keep out some of the foxes.
"Fifty-Two Story Talks To Boys And Girls" by Howard J. Chidley
To remove any economic handicaps to child-bearing is certainly not out of harmony with our ideas of justice.
"Taboo and Genetics" by Melvin Moses Knight, Iva Lowther Peters, and Phyllis Mary Blanchard
How couldst thou bear Thus to put out thine eyes?
"The Seven Plays in English Verse" by Sophocles
All we have to bear in mind is to turn them all out of the tin on to a dish immediately.
"Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery" by A. G. Payne
To begin with, he felt the necessity of getting out of the circumscribing valley and of taking his bearings.
"The Cave in the Mountain" by Lieut. R. H. Jayne
Now, nothing is easier than to span out the bearing from time to time.
"The Art of Travel" by Francis Galton
It was not mere chance that Mux was born in the edge of the Bear Swamp, close to the wide marshes that ran out to the river.
"Roof and Meadow" by Dallas Lore Sharp
The princess's pleasure in the lake had grown to a passion, and she could scarcely bear to be out of it for an hour.
"Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know" by Various
With Old King Bear at their head, they started out to hunt for old Mr. Possum.
"Mother West Wind 'Why' Stories" by Thornton W. Burgess
The Abbe had, in fact, shown him his bearings, and pointed out a navigable channel leading to a definite end, a haven familiar to all.
"The Cathedral" by Joris-Karl Huysmans
The strategy in this case is usually condemned out of hand and made to bear the entire blame of the reverse.
"Some Principles of Maritime Strategy" by Julian Stafford Corbett
Warm weather before the storm had brought the bears out of their holes and set them to foraging for grub.
"Bears I Have Met--and Others" by Allen Kelly
His mother tried to bear him off in her arms, but fell down in her struggle to get out with him and died.
"Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official" by William Sleeman
Now, when a very young bear starts out to steal a pig there are many things to think of.
"The Tale of Cuffy Bear" by Arthur Scott Bailey
I could not bear to take out that piece of red calico.
"Humorous Masterpieces from American Literature" by Various
He hung the bear meat out of the reach of wolves, and carried back to the hut all that he could take at one time.
"Stories of American Life and Adventure" by Edward Eggleston
Not very much in itself, but it served to bear out the doubts Mr. Verner already entertained.
"Verner's Pride" by Mrs. Henry Wood
When unable to bear the treatment any longer Black stood up and, tearing his shirt open, cried out, 'Don't shoot me in the back!
"The Transvaal from Within" by J. P. Fitzpatrick
If it was our plan now we'd patiently bear everything, I suppose, to make it come out right.
"The Witness" by Grace Livingston Hill Lutz
It won't take long at that rate to wipe out the interest-bearing debt.
"The Fat of the Land" by John Williams Streeter

In poetry:

"And you shal be a harper, brother,
Out of the north countree;
And Ile be your boye, so faine of fighte,
To beare your harpe by your knee.
"King Estmere" by Anonymous British
When out of sight, in heart and prayer,
Thy chosen people still to bear,
And from behind Thy glorious veil,
Shed light that cannot change or fail:-
"Tuesday In Whitsun-Week" by John Keble
He has gone forth in the light of light,
Out of the long watch and the heavy night,
Out of the life that was so hard to bear,
Crowded by sorrow and perplexed by care.
"Bishop Daniel A. Payne (Deceased)." by Frank Barbour Coffin
To toil all day and lie worn-out at night;
To rise for all the years to slave and sleep,
And breed new broods to do no other thing
In toiling, bearing, breeding — life is this
To myriad men, too base for man or brute.
"Living" by John Boyle O Reilly
Thou Who wert kindest of the kind,
Though out of sight be out of mind --
Thou art not forgot: by land and sea
The broken hearts come home to Thee,
And bear Thine anguish and Thy grief
Till the Third Day shall bring relief.
"The Deserted" by Katharine Tynan
"For I have heard of maidens who laughed and went a-maying,
Went out queens and lost their crowns and came back slaves.
I will be no young man's slave, submitting and obeying,
Bearing chains as those did, even to their graves."
"May Day" by Edith Nesbit

In news:

The Chicago Bears' defense is finding it difficult to close out games and showing signs of wear and tear.
Staff WriterWindsor - posted Wed. Contestants attempt to out-eat world-ranked competitive eater Jamie 'The Bear' McDonald.
Former Bears QB Kramer reaches out to mom.
There's A 'Bear Epidemic' Out West, And It's 'About To Get Worse '.
A mama bear and her two cubs perched themselves in an Altadena tree Thursday, and a crowd of people came out to watch.
The Bears are relying on an odd, old formula in racing out to a 7-1 start this year.
When the call went out for able-bodied men to bear arms in the colonial militia, an unusual group of Quakers answered.
The record book s are starting to bear that out.
A party's future plans to move out of the state have no bearing on whether she is currently a resident to establish jurisdiction in a divorce case, the Michigan Court of Appeals said.
Gosh, I kind of hate to spoil it for everybody, but me and the bear were talking and figured it out.
Tickets for Sunday's Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers Playoff game sold out in less than a minute today, but Bears communications director Scott Hagel said there's still hope for fans who want to see the game.
"We certainly still feel that there are a number of legal issues that will hopefully bear out in favor of our client with respect to the allegations against her," Serrano 's Newark-based attorney Terry Ridley said this afternoon.
The 22nd-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish close out a five-game homestand on Saturday, when they play host to the Brown Bears at the Purcell Pavilion.
A Maine woman bears her own grandson when pregnancy is ruled out for her daughter due to an illness.
Box out' technique key to Bear Brandon Marshall's reception tally.

In science:

It turns out that with a high probability this results in orderly features bearing a striking resemblance to observed properties of nuclei.
Order generated by random many-body dynamics
A remarkable fact to bear in mind is that the numbers given in the second column of Table 1 have come out of independent numerical investigations whereas the third column has been filled in by a single unified theoretical framework, an essence of which is to be explained shortly.
Possibly Exact Solution for the Multicritical Point of Finite-Dimensional Spin Glasses
It implies for the arithmetic area of the 0-winding sectors inside the curve < S0 >= tπ/30, a rather striking result, bearing in mind that the lakes and fjords arithmetic areas were up to now out of reach, at least by methods inspired from physics.
Numerical studies of planar closed random walks
Whatever the measurements and theory sort themselves out to on this, note again that tropical mid-troposphere temperature trends are not a signature of greenhouse gases, and this whole argument has no bearing on CO2 forcing.
Climate Sensitivity and the Response of Temperature to CO$_2$
It will turn out, surprisingly, that some physically interesting resembles bear some resemblance to de-Ockhamization and that physicists have elaborate technologies for performing such reformulations.
Empirical Equivalence, Artificial Gauge Freedom and a Generalized Kretschmann Objection
As pointed out by Saunde rs [12, 13], who takes his clue from Quine, irre flexive relations are instantiated here: relations entities cannot bear to themselves.
How Classical Particles Emerge From the Quantum World
Before carrying out these simple but instructive exercises, we momentarily set the issue aside to consider what general hierarchical galaxy formation theory brings to bear on the M(cid:63) − ˙M(cid:63) relationship, in the absence of any particular model or agenda (§2).
Star formation trends in high-redshift galaxy surveys: the elephant or the tail?
While this may be a hint for a decrease of [Mn/Fe] with [Fe/H] in ω Cen, it was pointed out to us that one should also consider the possibility that the stars form from a medium that is not well-mixed and thus bears the signature of chemical enrichment from a few SNe only.
Manganese evolution in Omega Centauri: a clue to the cluster formation mechanisms?
Whenever u is taken to bear unitarity as well, its decomposition turns out to be such that the constituents u+− and u−+ amount both to zero operators.
Pseudo-Unitary Dynamics of Free Relativistic Quantum Mechanical Twofold Systems
Further, MonteCarlo lattice simulations seem to bear out a flow of masses connecting a theory with its dual, for at least some of the other affine theories .
Duality in Quantum Toda theory and W-algebras
The peculiar softness of observation 3 data appears to be due to the steep photon index, bearing out the association of observation 3 data with the flaring branch – the photon index steepens along the flaring branch in Sco X-1 (Barnard et al. 2003b).
Tracing a Z-track in the M31 X-ray Binary RX J0042.6+4115
Gaussian approximations assume the peak (mode) is at s = 1 (ℓ = hℓi); in fact, since peak of the GWD must lie below one to achieve a mean of one; the tabulations in Table 1 bear this out.
Using the Wigner-Ibach Surmise to Analyze Terrace-Width Distributions: History, User's Guide, and Advances
In fact, the spectroscopic profile bears this intuition out: one observes sidebands at multiples of the trap secular frequencies ν with heights proportional to the extent of the ion’s motion (which properly sets the modulation depth from the atom’s perspective).
Single barium ion spectroscopy: light shifts, hyperfine structure, and progress on an optical frequency standard and atomic parity violation
Finite-element modeling bears this assertion out and informs the designer about particular mounting methods which minimize bending stresses and reduce the second-order sensitivity to lab accelerations in all directions.
Single barium ion spectroscopy: light shifts, hyperfine structure, and progress on an optical frequency standard and atomic parity violation
The kinematic studies of literally hundreds of stars (many now with multiple epochs) in most of the dSphs have continued to bear out Aaronson’s bold claim that these are dark matter dominated systems.
Proceedings of the Bonn/Bochum-Graduiertenkolleg Workshop 'The Magellanic Clouds and Other Dwarf Galaxies'