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Suffering is necessary in order to achieve something.
- ‘‘I intend to defend my title, regardless’ And as the old saying goes, no pain, no gain.’
- ‘He has picked up a nasty gash on his leg, though, bleeds quite heavily and limps for the best part of the following week, but no pain, no gain, right?’
- ‘So you cannot empower people, you have to give them the opportunities to develop their skills to become empowered to deal with these matters; no pain, no gain, that is basically it.’
- ‘For policyholders who believed the mortgage promise, there is only the harsh reality of no pain, no gain.’
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