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Is it worth the pain and sadness, is it peace At any cost?
Meanwhile Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, who faces hostility at his party conference this week over spending cuts and their slump in the polls, said voting reform was worth the pain of going into the ConDem coalition.
But it was probably worth the pain as the Jane Houftontrained bitch duly took the spoils.
He's betting that the right to outsource--perhaps to countries that may then buy Boeing planes--is worth the pain of a strike.
The bloodshed that marked every step of their efforts may have made them pause, but thankfully they pressed on when many of more limited vision argued it wasn't worth the pain.
They may be resting their aching feet but three bakery workers say it was worth the pain climbing three peaks to raise money for a prostate cancer charity.
It took the tattoo artist four hours to do it -but I think it was worth the pain.
It hurt slightly when they got down t my ankle but it was worth the pain.