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Let's take precautions against heat fatigue, before we flake out from the heat, and have a healthy summer.
For good or ill, there is no way but this to tide over the difficulty.
Because of his determination, he was able to tide over the crisis.
He has the strength to survive the illness.
The new coalition government is trying to ride out the storm.
It can't be helped. Let's make the best of the bad job.
How do you expect to weather the financial storm when the bank refuses to extend a helping hand?
We think we are over the worst.
If we hang tight, I'm sure we can make it through these bad times.
Bob has to get through this ordeal on his own.
The industrialist found a wealthy financier to help him weather the storm which was inevitable.
If you consider the objective of hibernation, I think it's the response of animals trying to somehow survive the winter season with its lack of food.

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