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The good soul was wide awake in a minute, and took the lead at once, assuring that there was no need to worry; every one had scarlet fever, and if rightly treated, nobody died, all of which Jo believed, and felt much relieved as they went up to call Meg.
I'll go and tell Amy," said Meg, feeling a little hurt, yet rather relieved on the whole, for she did not like nursing, and Jo did.
With a mind inexpressibly relieved, good Doctor Allday asked permission to return to his patients: leaving Emily to devote herself to her friend's letter.
John Karlovich relieved Robert Bond as program manager for the Ground Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) Program on Aug.
Muhammad Zaman, Personal Staff Officer to Chief Minister Punjab has been relieved of his duties in government of the Punjab to join his new assignment under government of Sindh.
I would have been even more relieved if they had tried to eliminate these loopholes and not cashed in on them.
4 : to break the sameness of <The dark red house was relieved by white trim.
But that is not the case -- among the subgroup of parents in two-income families, 55% say they are relieved that summer vacation is over, and 40% say they wish it would last longer.
11-CAPT David Baucom relieved CAPT Tim Ross as Commanding Officer, FISC Norfolk in a change of command and retirement ceremony.
Drew Jeter was relieved of duty Friday as the 95th Air Base Wing commander on Friday, two weeks before he was due to be rotated out of the post.
Cycle time was trimmed by 33%, and because the part's internal stresses are relieved in the mold, a secondary annealing step could be eliminated, Silver says.