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sue

1. To initiate legal action.
2. To make a petition or pleading to the court.
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It makes it dif-ture, dif cult for the guys to be open when they suer as they fear they will appear weak.
She said: "It can be triggered by a number of things and people who have it can also suer with anxiety, stress or depression.
Y who suers from cerebral A BOY who suers from cerebral palsy is "excited" to share a new double buggy with his soon-to-be baby brother thanks to e Chronicle Sunshine Fund.
Mr Evans also told the court that Lamb suers from Scheuermann's kyphosis - a spinal disorder that will eventually lead to Lamb being permanently hunched over - and is awaiting an appointment to 'nalise plans to install steel rods next to his spine to try and halt the condition.
Jim's grandson Morgan Edwards, aged ve, suers from autism, which eects his ability to communicate with people and his learning.
Devoted parent Andy Charlton gave up work to care for his two-year-old son Oscar, who suers from cystic brosis.
She suers shortness of breath, asthma attacks and chest infections.
Rohan suers from high functional autism and a seizure disorder.
Prior to the incident, Louie had already earned himself an animal bravery award from the PDSA for coming to the aid of the 59-year-old, who suers with glaucoma and has frequent anxiety attacks, when she slipped after getting out of the shower.
Teenager Tyrone Jones-Jordan, 13, of North Kenton, suers North Kenton, suers from severe asthma and is a regular at the Great North Children's Hospital.
e 12-year-old from Nuneaton suers from Type 1 Diabetes and will now see his name adorning the home of his local Boro club.
Stephen, who suers from cerebral palsy, said: "I am really happy to be supporting Smile For Life Children's Charity through this challenge day.