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This year’s Super Bowl wouldn’t have helped to assuage those concerns.
People also voted publicly, and a glass ballot box was designed to show that votes were being counted and assuage fears of fraud.
And there being constant danger of excess, the effort ought to be by force of public opinion to mitigate and assuage it.
The water, to which were added a few drops of primus alcohol, helped to assuage our thirst.
Anything,—anything to assuage in him that sense of ineptitude, of being ignored, a titled nonentity!
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A growing thirst for beauty has come upon the city, and architects are earnestly studying how to assuage it.
Home is the sphere of the deepest sorrows; the highest consolation of religion should assuage its griefs.
He knew the voice of birds, how fires to mitigate, assuage and quench; sorrows to allay.
But I knew nothing that might assuage it; and I told him once more that both of us should be leaving the office at once.
Grated turnips, mixed with horse-radish, for the table, will assuage one's grief for one's grandmother.

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