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1 Too often, software development organizations operate with a loose, general notion of quality and tolerate defects that most engineering disciplines would not allow.
2 Since I can tolerate anyone, in any way to decide his own life, that why I also urged everyone to learn?
3 We don't tolerate smoking in the library.
4 We can't tolerate his mistakes.
5 Do not bow down to any idol or worship it, for I am the Lord your God and I tolerate no rivals.
6 Everybody has heard stories of Asian bosses who stopped the conveyor belt and smashed the products coming off it to show that they would not tolerate substandard output.
7 She devoted her life to fighting collectivism. But she would not tolerate dissent among her followers—and even playfully called her inner-circle “the collective”.
8 wise herd will learn to tolerate the eccentricity of those who rise above the average, and to treat with a minimum of ferocity those who fall below it.
9 potential for evil can we tolerate to obtain something that might be good?
10 I can't tolerate that rude fellow.
11 Many professional runners use ice baths to reduce soreness after runs. If you can't tolerate an ice bath, use ice packs on sore areas.
12 Some 600, 000 to 800, 000 cranes use just a few miles of the river in central nebraska-areas that have been mechanically cleared of the woody vegetation that the birds can't tolerate.
13 The dopamine system allows them to tolerate noise and discomfort extremely well.
14 While this results in a very efficient garbage collector, it means that the user program must be able to tolerate the pauses introduced by the collector.
15 This begs the question of whether it can tolerate thechanges," Fu said.
16 Here's a bit of background: in 2005, Monsanto started selling sugar beets that had been genetically modified to tolerate the weed killer Roundup.
17 Soybeans, corn and cotton that tolerate high doses of herbicides and fend off pests — technologies that benefit rich-world farmers — are nearly all the choices we have.
18 Second, I will not tolerate abuse of our relationship with Member States.
19 We will not tolerate such attacks, nor will we let them destroy our freedom to live peacefully and safely in the greatest city in the world.
20 The hardy animals tolerate urban and suburban environments quite well, and boa constrictors and northern African pythons have both been spotted in the Miami metropolitan area.
21 Some applications may be able to tolerate relatively frequent planned outages of several hours in order to allow the application of upgrades.
22 Although Western companies tolerate gossip, they do not encourage it, and they are definitely against rumors and rumor-mongering.
23 First, I will not tolerate harassment or any other form of misconduct.
24 nation for which the victims died and heroes sacrificed does not merely tolerate people of different backgrounds and beliefs, but treats all of its citizens with dignity and respect, he said.
25 I believe our capacity to tolerate both religious and personal difference is what will ultimately give us true liberty -even if it means putting up with an occasional knock on the door.
26 Interior, desperately seeking to rehabilitate its image, decided it would tolerate the marches — expecting hundreds of activists at most.
27 His strategies would give investors two of the three things they look for from a hedge: a low correlation with their existing portfolio, at a level of volatility they can tolerate.
28 message, as my guide said: "The Bolsheviks could not tolerate an independent Georgia on its border, " and neither can the Kremlin today.
29 I must confess that I think her as delightful a character as ever appeared in print, and how I shall be able to tolerate those who do not like her at least, I do not know.
30 Cost-conscious factory managers will generally tolerate pollution up to the point where the expected penalty for pollution becomes greater than the cost of controlling emissions.