The Search For Endure And Knowledge         Many Years Ago, Two

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The Search for Endure and Knowledge Many years ago, two animals escaped into the linguistic wilderness. Those animals were Endure and Knowledge. These animals some of their original meanings while they struggled to survive in the linguistic wilderness. Tracking and capturing these animals was a difficult task. While on my long quest through time, I was able to capture these wild animals.Endure was not such a hard animal to track. He left a trail that was very easy to follow. Endure's original meaning was to indurate or harden. It also meant to make callous or indifferent. Also in good sense it meant to make sturdy or robust and to strengthen. A couple of years after the original meaning was published another meaning came forth. That meaning was to last or to suffer continuously. In the 1400s, Endure meant to last and continue in existence. It can be found hiding in various works. In the middle 1500s, Endure meant to be continued through space or to extend from one point to another. It sought shelter in the works of Parke and Berners. When I finally caught with him, he slipped into the Bible in 1611 gaining a new meaning. His meaning became to support a strain or pressure without receiving injury. Also in a lower sense, to undergo, suffer, or be subjected to. By the late 1600s, Endure was used to entertain the possibility of. I caught with Endure again in the 1800s. He was cowering in the works of different people taking on the meaning to permit of or be compatible with things. Endure became weakened by his travels in the 2000s. This is when I captured him in a book 2 meaning to undergo. Endure maintained some his original meanings throughout the years and settled with a simple meaning.Tracking knowledge through time was a big challenge. He was kind of tricky. His characteristics changed drastically. Knowledge was a very sly animal. I was deceived by his some of his original spellings. I was really deluded when I was searching for him in the 1300s. He was hiding under the disguise of personal acquaintance, friendship, and intimacy. In the...

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