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Her pity was sad and beautiful and at the same time it appeased her pain.

In the midst of this great felicity which had appeased her, she had now had time for reflection.

His agitation, appeased, for a moment, grew now from minute to minute.

His heart lusted for the sight of pleasure, and must be appeased.

She seldom showed any anger; but when she did it was tenacious, and slow to be appeased.

But it is good that we, having gazed on your face, should be appeased when we see you dead!

Fatigued and appeased, he sank into a sort of gentle and uncertain torpor.

Only from the poets, who acknowledge that they may be appeased by sacrifices.

The house 'rose' at me too, and the poor old grandfather was appeased.

With such arguments I appeased his wrath against the secretary.

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