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One is that what had recently been an extremely anodyne stance for companies to embrace — that voting is good — is now, somehow, construed as worthy of political retaliation.
Belongie says there are applications of this sort of technology that are more anodyne and less problematic than scoring a face for attractiveness—a tool that can recommend the most beautiful photograph of a sunset on your phone, for example.
As he has in the past, Roberts abstained from a lesson on the court’s independence, instead delivering a more anodyne statement of gratitude for the branch of government he heads.
Pyramidon is a proprietary preparation derived from, and having the antipyretic and anodyne properties of, antipyrin.
One fluid drachm is equal in anodyne power to one-eighth grain of morphin.
Papine is the anodyne or pain-relieving principle of opium, the narcotic and convulsive elements being eliminated.
It was the only anodyne that nature had in her laboratory for a broken heart; and she slept as tranquilly as a little child.
THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
At once a frenzy and an anodyne, I have found in it the inspiration of my genius in its later development.
The leaden hours passed all oppressively while I sought to appease the keenness of my unrest with the anodyne of drugged sleep.
PRINCE ZALESKIM.P. SHIEL
Therefore these should be alleviated, as they always can be, by some anodyne taken internally.
THE PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN:DR. GEORGE H NAPHEYS

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