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There has been in the past no excuse, no circumstance, that could palliate the offense.
It's a hard trail, Liverpool, and only the men that are hard will get through," Charles strove to palliate.
It is often attempted to palliate slavery by comparing the state of slaves with our poorer countrymen: if the misery of our poor be caused not by the laws of nature, but by our institutions, great is our sin; but how this bears on slavery, I cannot see; as well might the use of the thumb-screw be defended in one land, by showing that men in another land suffered from some dreadful disease.
These apparent errors in the doctrine of Thwackum served greatly to palliate the contrary errors in that of Square, which our good man no less saw and condemned.
Then reseating himself in his chair, he watched his looks and manner: anxiously, it is true, but with the open front of a gentleman who feels he has taken no part which he need excuse or palliate.
Mocking the death sentence, he noted that after 20 years, it came to palliate his suffering and accelerate his death.
3) The modified Blalock-Taussig shunt is a systemic-to-pulmonary artery shunt that uses a PTFE interposition graft between the innominate artery and the right branch pulmonary artery (with left aortic arch) to palliate until definitive correction can be achieved.
Efforts designed to palliate a rogue regime may end up enriching and emboldening it.
However, situations still arise occasionally today--and could occur as well in some future wars--in which the wonders of modern military medicine are unable to reach all seriously wounded combatants in time to save them or sufficiently palliate their suffering.
Despite the fact that medicine has ignored the use of vitamin C for decades, it has been reported in many journals since the 1950s to palliate, control, or eradicate viral infections.
Still, it will fall to the EU to palliate any retaliatory economic measures that Moscow takes against Ukraine and Moldova for signing far-reaching agreements with the EU.
The PLO and the Syrian government, the ambassador said, are exerting maximum efforts to palliate the tragedy of al-Yarmouk locals, as large shipments of food and medicine have recently made their way inside the camp and patients and students were evacuated.