She has borne five children.
He was borne away by passion.
He was borne away by an impulse.
She was borne away by an impulse.
His story was borne out by the facts.
My mother has borne her sorrow admirably.
The entertainment expense was borne by our group.
The teacher’s words were still borne in her mind.
The sound of children playing was borne on the wind.
More than seven million children in the world die each year from water-borne diseases.
We are so lucky to live in a country where the cost of medical care is largely borne by the government through medical insurance.
Italy has so far borne the brunt of Mediterranean rescue operations.
The mosquito borne illness causes rash, fever, bleeding and can be fatal.
Daraprim fights toxoplasmosis, one of the most common food-borne diseases.
It was one that was borne out of a despair that killed almost an entire generation.
The extremists’ attempts to appeal to mainstream voters appear to have borne fruit.
422213 It was borne of discrimination, burned to the ground in hate, and rose again.
“We can offer no solace that fully addresses the pain borne by the victims’ families.
She said the estimated $10-billion (9-billion-euro) cost will be borne by the kingdom.
But this is not the only instance in which the wisdom of Chinese medicine has borne fruit.
A second, smaller fire, caused by wind-borne embers from the first fire, has also broken out.
It could threaten her pregnancy, as well as her health, he said of the mosquito-borne illness.
The insurance protects the lenders from defaults, but the costs usually are borne by the borrowers.
The centre provides anonymous testing for blood-borne diseases and operates a clean needle exchange.