That Christmas gift you hated but couldn't bear
to return last year could be perfect for somebody special on your list this year.
Today Alexandra couldn't bear
more resemblance to her adoptive mother.
The denizens of Al Capone's old stomping grounds just couldn't bear
the thought of serving a tasty treat created by force-feeding geese.
He couldn't bear
to leave a hook in such a magnificent animal.
He was professor of architecture at Venice University for many years, but none of the overseas posts lasted very long (he couldn't bear
to be parted from his Milan practice for any great length of time).
He called the manuscript "That Man" as a rejoinder to Roosevelt's critics, who so hated FDR they couldn't bear
to say his name.
Law says, ``I thought it looked great in the film, but I couldn't bear
to look at myself once the filming stopped.
But," says Georgia, "the floor in the gallery couldn't bear
The difficulty was that when he was low he couldn't bear
to unburden himself to a doctor.
After Zoritch received eighteen curtain calls and critical raves for the ballet, Nijinska was so furious she couldn't bear
to have him in the rehearsal studio if she were present.
I couldn't bear
to see such a beautiful and potentially vibrant building destroyed, and in the process, an entire block of residences jeopardized.
The mainstream press--always eager to slam someone they perceive as "over"--painted Debbie as a belligerent has-been who couldn't bear
to be upstaged, even by her own material.