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His soul, often lacerated, could not harden itself to the sight of Stephanie's insanity; but he covenanted, so to speak, with his cruel situation, and found some assuaging of his sorrow.
Hanan Ashrawi condemned such a move and said:"Giro d'Italia is assuaging Israel by presenting Jerusalem as a unified city .
Singh's behalf from Washington indicate that the Congress Party's attempts at assuaging the Prime Minister are succeeding.
One of the measures that the Government is called upon to pass is assuaging the sanctioning policy so that sanctions do not exceed the average salary in the country.
These days, massage therapists can be spotted just about anywhere, giving chair massages to employees at work, working out the kinks in seniors at retirement communities and assuaging infants in neonatal intensive care.