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You have to suffer on the path in the near term, so that you make money over the next two, three years.
Next, the adolescents answered 13 questions designed to figure out if they suffered from depression.
Even for the majority of us who don’t suffer from something like misophonia or phonophobia, it’s still easy — at least I’d argue it’s easy — to appreciate that noise can generate strong emotions.
A second juvenile suffered an apparent gunshot wound inside a home in the 10300 block of Steamboat Landing Lane in Burke on Wednesday afternoon, police said.
The 45th Infantry Division was still reeling from the discovery of 39 boxcars containing thousands of corpses outside the camp, and from hearing the accounts of surviving inmates of the atrocities they had suffered since the camp had opened, in 1933.
People are talking about their mental health 52% more than they were before the pandemic, because they know that other people are suffering, too.
Democrats lost key races in the New Hampshire state House and Senate, which flipped back to GOP control, and suffered defeats in Texas, North Carolina, and Florida.
She suffered minor injuries that did not require medical attention.
Consumer spending, which typically drives about two-thirds of the economy, suffered a huge blow early in the pandemic, though it has been ticking up in recent months.
It has also suffered from great reputational damage because of Iowa and its affiliation to me.

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