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cope with (someone or something)

To endure something, usually something unpleasant or undesirable. We need to increase the budget this year—our teachers have coped with a lack of funds for long enough. I can't cope with all of this uncertainty—I need to hear back from the colleges I applied to!
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cope with someone or something

to endure someone or something; to manage to deal with someone or something. I don't think I can cope with any more trouble. I can't cope with your being late for work anymore.
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David Attenborough had advised her that this reflective surface would scare away a grey squirrel she had discovered dancing among her Hans Coper pieces.
Inconsistent' copers used strategies which are inconsistent with each other for example in personal coping they used high levels of catastrophizing and self-encouragement and in interpersonal coping preferred high levels of both self-isolation and support- seeking.
They were measured in the injured legs of the coper and non-coper ACL-D and the matched knee of the healthy subjects.
61) See Michael Coper, 'Marbury v Madison' in Tony Blackshield, Michael Coper and George Williams (eds), The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia (2001) 453.
Consequently, negative impacts of avoidance coping cannot be readily attributed to copers of this style having experienced more negative life stress experiences.
Like Coper, he made extensive use of manganese, though the oxidised firing to 1100[degrees]C (2012[degrees]F) in his electric kiln did not allow full maturity of the oxides he used.
A wonderful opportunity to see a private collection of porcelain and stoneware pots by Rie and Coper, two hugely influential potters of the 20th century.
Saldin and his colleagues have successfully tested their reconstruction scheme on diffraction patterns created by electrons scattering from coper surfaces.
2) 5498n01-pvc insulated armoured,unscreened underground railway signalling cable coper conductor as per specification no.
If she is asked why, while at ease with her smoked work it is time for a change, she would not answer, "I had just about come to the end," the exact words of Hans Coper when he stopped making pots.
To a question, the VC explained that a balanced diet should contain carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, water solubles, potassium, magnise, coper and iron for normal growth of the animal.
The new line-up at mima also includes Together by LUCIE RIE and HANS COPER, who both had a profound influence on the development of studio ceramics in Britain.
It has something to do with watching a pot made by Hans Coper, a leading figure in the 20th century studio pottery movement, sell for pounds 9,000.
Seventy-five pieces of work by major international ceramicists including Lucie Rie, Hans Coper and Bernard Leach can be seen, alongside video footage of Henry Rothschild talking about his lifetime spent collecting.
The major private collection of work is by two of the 20th century's most important ceramicists, Dame Lucy Rie and her pupil Hans Coper.