assuaging


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'Placed in a mental position of peculiar painfulness, beyond the assuaging reach even of Mrs.
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.