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When he saw the man reach for his pockets, he gripped the man in a bear hug and held him until police officers arrived.
There's an old joke about two camping buddies talking about what to do in case of a bear attack.
The bear stood up and looked at me, its yellow eyes fearlessly reflecting back.
It was the kind of grinding bear market that drove investors to despair.
Famous for its long hibernation, a black bear can get grumpy any time of year.
Clearly, customers aren't willing to bear the current prices and legal climate.
It is more easy to praise poverty than to bear it.
In contrast to the plain walls, these bear elaborate designs.
Apparently the fruit's sweet, creamy center is a treasure worth pursuing if you can bear the stink and get past the spiky husk.
But standing tall in the late-summer sun, the wheat looked so beautiful he couldn't bear to plow it under.
But hybrid athletes must bear an additional burden-convincing people that their sports are actually sports.
Fig trees only bear fruit thanks to something called a fig wasp.
Even seemingly pedantic botanical details bear out the theme of empire.
Bear in mind that the unemployed aren't jobless because they don't want to work, or because they lack the necessary skills.
There, and elsewhere, tax rises need to bear some of the burden.
Regulators should also find ways to match different risks with the firms which can best bear them.
On the other hand, the pressures that can be brought to bear in a police station are much stronger than those in a lab.
Five freshly finished aircraft bear the insignia of airlines from across the world.
The right to bear arms does not interfere with arms being regulated.
These rates offer juicy returns for those willing to bear the risks.
Regrettably, however, their stickiness seems to bear little relationship to their validity.
If you have specific strengths to highlight, they bear repeating to everyone you meet.
What faculty say they're working on and what they actually produce sometimes bear little resemblance to one another.
It is a plurality of different things that do not share any one element but nevertheless bear a resemblance to one another.
My primary criticism of this kind of scholarship is that it does not bear scrutiny.
Whites do not bear the burden of representing the whole race.
But these libraries shouldn't be asked to bear the costs of these course packs.
Bear with me for one last cautionary tale from my life in the corporate world.
The more voices that are brought to bear on these questions, the better.
For many people, a life without the oil of drink becomes too much to bear.
Graduate programs bear a large amount of responsibility for problems with their students.
Their novel sensation of freedom was perhaps too much to bear.
Also, there are also many more seeds where fruit will bear.
One friend in another state came out to go to work and bear was sitting by the car.
Elements in a column bear close resemblances to each other in terms of their chemical properties.
Maybe the polar bear will be that symbol in a century.
Please bear in mind though that they are already using facts to fight people using rhetorical tricks and often losing.
Although consumers would bear the costs of freezing the treat, the overall energy used would be reduced.
The germs that survive are typically those that happen to bear genetic mutations for resisting the antibiotic.
Suddenly, they would have to bear a much heavier load.
Please bear in mind that using diversity as the sole measure of the effects of climate change does not tell the entire story.
Both upper and lower surfaces bear flagella that the creature uses to swim around.
The bear's stark white coat provides camouflage in surrounding snow and ice.
Once the seal comes up, the bear will spring and sink its jagged teeth into the seal's head.
The idea was that drivers themselves should bear some of the cost the roads they used.
It would be one thing to bear that cost in exchange for a policy victory.
Graduate into a bear market and you'll end up with less choice and a lower salary.
If you get enough of the right kinds of answers, you can start to make the bull or bear case for a stock.
And evil clones and bizarre doubles from other dimensions, while interesting, bear little relationship to our own lives.
Nor are my own observations the only ones to bear out this view.
There is no shortage of work to be done, or responsibilities to bear.
The choice was to bear witness to an atrocity, or to end it.
We need to bear in mind that the spirit of resistance is essential to the preservation of public liberty.
They shall bear thee up in their hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone.
Than his bright throne, or burning axle-tree could bear.
His book instantly became popular, and it so remained, as twenty-three editions and translations bear witness.
All of us together, in and out of government, must bear the burden.
And whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after me, cannot be my disciple.
We took turns posing with the bear, and snickered to ourselves when others posed with the bear.
At first, it looked as if they would sidestep the bear.
If you encounter a bear or lion, make yourself appear menacing by standing up, waving your arms and shouting.
Bear has witnessed the dark side of the distance-education boom up close.
Rarely is sleeping so enjoyable to watch as when the sleeper is a bear.
As for the pirates, their escalating demands are a method of price discovery, a way of gauging how much the market will bear.
If you begin to nod off, jut pay attention to the adorable teddy bear creature.
The synth tones it emits are huge and juicy, and about as subtle as a bear.
Early automobiles often included a buggy-whip holder on the dashboard-a useless fillip that designers couldn't bear to part with.
The bear, as seen on the cover, visits various animals to see if they've seen his hat.
Winter food is not something you have to grimly bear.
Now several big players in health care and data management are bringing their expertise and money to bear on the problem.
Only if there's a bear halfway between you and the forest.
It should bear its own health warning: so sugary that you may need an insulin shot to withstand it.
We have to bear this in mind and accept the contradictions.
Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.
They were carrying broadswords at their waist, signifying that they were trusted to bear arms in the presence of the monarch.
History is full of leaders who cannot bear the result of their sittings.
Behind them, in the display window, a stuffed grizzly bear reared up on its hind legs.
But, until the revolution arrives, college students must bear the burden of the high cost of reading.
One single aim fired us, the urge to embrace all experience, and to bear witness concerning it.
Let the country that committed the crimes bear the blame for them.
Immediate adaptation may bear no relationship to success over immensely long periods of geological change.
Most biologists agree that the polar bear is doomed to vanish entirely in this century.
We can only imagine what kind of pressure was brought to bear to prevent me from speaking on such short notice.
At first glance, this approach might seem to bear out the charge of parasitism.
The first is the sheer range of evidence brought to bear.
But it is tragic not because insufficient time or resources have been brought to bear on the problem.
But she can't bear its querulous priest, and finally returns home to more familiar constraints and suffering.
Many invertebrates have shells of calcium carbonate that bear evidence of the physical conditions in which they formed.
Coyotes-and from time to time a mountain lion, bobcat, or bear-amble through the town.
But not everyone is convinced that the results will bear up under scrutiny.
Vast stretches of seafloor mud are littered with these things, which bear a striking resemblance to horse droppings.
He simply couldn't bear the thought of leaving the mystery unresolved.
Their best strategy for contributing to the next generation is help rear the chicks of relatives who bear many of the same genes.
These experiments are a proof-of-principle and their results may not bear out as planned in practice.
One needs to bear in mind work that has gone before so one can ask the right questions.
The bear suddenly appears as a hint of movement, white against white, padding its way across the ice.
As custodians of terminal cases, nurses bear particularly heavy emotional burdens.
Bear in mind that cats can't spell all that well and that they're not so hot on subject-verb agreement either.
He's able to do this largely because his teddy-bear sensitivity defies every stereotype of his profession.
If the findings bear out, they may herald a potential new treatment for an age-old condition.
They clasp in a bear hug and try gaining leverage through quick movement or grasping of what little clothes are usually available.
While seeing one is often the highlight of a visit to the park, proper visitor behavior in bear country is necessary.
Information on bear baiting ethics and responsibilities.
Answers to frequently asked questions about bear resistant canisters.

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