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You meant ". . . bears bruises . . . ," right? Not "bares."
Shit this video got taken down. Does anyone have another link to it? I really wanna see it!
Never mind, I found it.http://media.www.gwhatchet.com/media/storage/paper332/news/2011/02/17/News/Protester.Arrested.During.Clinton.Speech-3978169.shtml
Within the context used, both 'bares' and 'bears' could be correct.He 'bares' his arm to show the injuries sustained.He 'bears' (as in carries) the bruises to evidence what happened.Yup... all the way from the UK...