This time, long-suffering conservatives endured nothing embarrassing or bizarre, insipid, or outlandish.
In their place stands the quiet, nearly stagnant saga of the long-suffering Mamelin family and their precocious, subdued son.
The book is called Help—a postmodern touch and, for the long-suffering maids, a clever double-entendre.
“‘Walt, Walt, you have to stop this,’” he says, mimicking his long-suffering wife.
Prince Ali Reza's tragedy mirrored that of his long-suffering land.
Because lawyers, contrary to the common belief, are the most long-suffering profession in the world.
It is harder to be long-suffering when one is out of breath.
Of course, we sent post-haste to tell the good news of this victory to our long-suffering envoy at the French court.
Only the people, long-suffering and generous, remain as his resource.
Let them accept it as the free gift of a mercy which they have insulted, and a long-suffering which they have defied.