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If we were to laugh, it would never be at the expense of anyone who was suffering.
I’ve suffered from lower-back problems for years, and I’m so tight that I scream out loud when I try to touch my toes.
Let’s say you’re suffering from deep depression, and you call a doctor’s office.
If you’re someone whose extremities suffer in the cold, think about investing in hand warmers.
We have been suffering a lot, so we need people to work with us, with our language translated for us.
One person suffered a burn injury and one person jumped to safety, according to Piringer.
We all know by now that Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl win this weekend, but I hope we also understand that all of America suffered an unnecessary loss.
One of the children suffered life-threatening injuries, according to the Kansas City Police Department.
No one in the other vehicles suffered injuries that required being taken to a hospital.
If it had turned into a prolonged rut, the Terps would have suffered.

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