Natasha Duncan wrote: "I can't bear
the pain of losing you Joanne Bailey-Collinge you have been there for me through thick and thin.
It's got a lovely end but I can't bear
the pain O .
In a new biography about the diplomat Harold Nicolson, Michael Rose describes how, after negotiations with the French president, the British foreign secretary Lord Curzon threw himself onto a scarlet sofa crying: 'I can't bear
that horrid little man.
We swoon for the lilt of Sean Connery, can't bear
to listen to Tony Blair or David Beckham, and would least like to talk like a Brummie, according to a new speech survey.
It's misogynist and insulting, and it's something I can't bear
. But Liz isn't like that.
I've tried to beg her to give it up because I can't bear
the thought of her flaunting herself in front of other men and getting chatted up.
He said: "One of the reasons is because I can't bear
Burton notes, "Ellington's champions in the jazz history field, like Wynton Marsalis and Stanley Crouch, are in denial because they can't bear
the thought that one of the two greatest heroes of jazz might have been gay."
The title phrase suggests the temporary loan of works that the artist can't bear
to sell as well as those that haven't found a buyer, a nod to Calvin's ongoing consideration of his own participation in the art world.
This has made him drink even more and now I can't bear
to be in the same room as him because he's often drunk and either verbally abusive or incoherent.
"I can't bear
it when you are looking at breasts on screen for no particular reason" - Actress Zoe Tapper, who admits to having undressed in film roles but only when the script required it.
Stay calm, apologise and tell her that you trust her judgment, but you can't bear
to think of her being hurt so you overreacted.