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suffer

1. To experience pain or distress.
2. To be subjected to injury, loss, or damages.
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The wish children were: Bisma Murad Ali suffering from Thalassaemia Major and Rabia Asghar suffering from Tetralogy of Fallot wished to have Doll & Doll House, Mohammad Athar Ali suffering from Haemophilia wished to have Remote Control Car, Husnain suffering from Haemophilia wished to have Bicycle, Shahzaib suffering from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia wished to have a cricket kit, Rabia Jamal Nasir suffering from Thalassaemia Major wished to have a Designer's dress, Abideen suffering from Thalassaemia Major wished to have a Mobile phone, M.
These three factors distinguish eschatological suffering from other types, such as time-specific liberative and nonliberative suffering.
Relational ministry is about more than suffering with adolescents; it also includes suffering from adolescents.
He treats a wide variety of emotional and behavioral issues, as well as working with people suffering from chronic pain and illness.
The American Pain Foundation is offering services that are urgently needed for disabled veterans suffering from chronic pain," said Charitable Service Trust Chairman Richard E.
But Odom represented his country without complaint, dragging himself up and down the court against Greece while suffering from dehydration due to a stomach virus.
In Psalms 31, 69, 17, and 26, for example, we hear voices of the innocent faithful who are suffering from vicious attacks on them.
Even though mental health disorders were present throughout all stages of life, teenagers and young adults aged between 15 and 24 were most likely to report suffering from the five mental disorders contained in the survey and substance dependence problems.
That anxiety was the main reason Hurwitz had ended up treating so many people for pain--about 300 patients suffering from cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, degenerative disc disease, diabetic complications, and other painful conditions.
In the present case, a physician has diagnosed A as suffering from a disease--obesity.
John's wort can help people who aren't suffering from clinical depression "shake the blues" or get "back on track.
Given the ineliminability of suffering from our lives, however, a central project of human thought is to make it bearable or acceptable, and one of the most common ways of doing this is to show it to be good in some way.