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How glad and how grateful the relief from this unnatural hallucination of the night, and the fatal contingency of being brought by the lee
One's gaze went with infinite relief from the scorched greys and sullen reds of the foreground to the blue-green softness of the eastward hills.
Today he looked forward to some slight relief from the monotony of his existence in such excitement as he might derive from baiting the blacks.
The moans of the little patient subsided; its convulsive tossings gradually ceased; and in a few moments, as is the custom of young children after relief from pain, it sank into a profound and dewy slumber.
Emma was very compassionate; and the distresses of the poor were as sure of relief from her personal attention and kindness, her counsel and her patience, as from her purse.
But Sally Oates's disease had raised her into a personage of much interest and importance among the neighbours, and the fact of her having found relief from drinking Silas Marner's "stuff" became a matter of general discourse.
Pious individuals put up constant prayers for relief from the intolerable solitude.
As soon as Lucy was able to leave home, she was to seek relief from the oppressive heat of this August by going to the coast with the Miss Guests; and it was in their plans that Stephen should be induced to join them.
His face had a look of weariness and pleasure, like that of sick people when they feel relief from pain.
6015(f), seeking relief from the unpaid 1995 tax liability.
Larry Lawrence represented the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command during the Hurricane Relief from the Sea conference.
Another major component of both bills is an international tax reform package that provides relief from "subpart F" and reduces limitations imposed on the foreign tax credit.