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A " At the beginning, I felt a"A" At the beginning, I felt a little bit nauseous, but it was not as bad as what some people have to suf- suf fer.
Rose's success came despite suf- suf fering a painful sting on the hand midway through his first match of the day.
Defending, Yvonne Taylor, told the court he had suf- suf fered issues in his own childhood but added this was "no excuse" for his offending.
By the loss of Miss Estelle Winwood, the Repertory Theatre must have suf- suf fered something.