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With every responsible, compassionate person running around with a mask on nowadays, it seems inevitable that the phrase "wearable technology" will soon regularly include overly complicated high-tech face masks.
The figure of the compassionate mother may come to have greater appeal than that of the aggressive wartime commander.
The company also reported data on remdesivir given for “compassionate use” to children and pregnant women.
Gilead also reported data on remdesivir given for “compassionate use” to children and pregnant women, meaning no other treatment was available and the individuals could not join a clinical trial.
Finally, an international team of researchers gave remdesivir to 53 patients for “compassionate use.”
It was a pleasant face, sun-bronzed and well-formed, with waving brown hair and eyes that could be gentle and compassionate.
Let us compassionate the critic whose well-trained faculties are thus wasted!
She was compassionate and, as she was unable to respect all men, she pitied those who were unfortunate enough to be wicked.
HONEY-BEEANATOLE FRANCE
Dane's eyes were very compassionate as he laid his hand gently on his leader's shoulder.
WINSTON OF THE PRAIRIEHAROLD BINDLOSS
Sometimes he spoke to her, and, though his voice was strained, his words were cheering and compassionate.
THE GOLD TRAILHAROLD BINDLOSS

WORDS RELATED TO COMPASSIONATE

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