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Food, however, became scarce, and I often spent the whole day searching in vain for a few acorns to assuage the pangs of hunger.
As he stood by the desolate fire, he felt that the only one thing which could assuage his grief would be thorough and complete retribution, brought by his own hand upon his enemies.
The Brackley-based Mercedes team have benen forced to throw protective arms around the shoulders of both drivers at different stage so far this season to assuage pride and ego.
Singh in washington to reassure him of the Congress Party's support and to assuage any hurt that he may have felt in the wake Rahul terming the ordinance wrong and rubbish, and a document that should be torn up.
Greene agreeing to return a PS120,000 housing allowance will do little to assuage public disgust.
2% in September, doing little to assuage fears that the market's 13-month run-up has lost steam and may return to negative growth, research showed.
The UK government had imposed a one-time tax on bonuses of more than GBP25,000 in order to assuage public anger over high bonuses being paid to bank executives during the wake of the financial crisis.
She will doubtless now be presented with a huge sum of public money to assuage her gravely damaged feelings.
Britons seek to assuage: The British Museum is sending a delegation to Tehran to try to assuage Iranian anger over the museum's refusal to send the Cyrus Cylinder to Tehran last month for exhibit.
Luckily, the plucky people from the Irish Coffee Council were on hand to assuage his fears.
Hospitals aren't exactly a bundle of laughs for most people so perhaps we should know them as 'places of healing' to assuage our fears; meanwhile dentists could be 'oral investigative offices' and shops 'retail experience centres'.
NEW Zealand Cricket will host an International Cricket Council delegation today as the game's governing body looks to assuage fears about player safety during September's Champions Trophy in Pakistan.