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Nature, ever buoyant and imperative, does her best to remedy the ills created by "Man's inhumanity to Man."
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
To bear the ills and the wrongs of this life more patiently, in the hope of a future reward?
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Her spirit had apparently achieved a perfect victory over all earthly ills.
MADAME ROLAND, MAKERS OF HISTORYJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
In the blue cups of their blossoms the world quaffed oblivion of the ills of life.
CHILD LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYANATOLE FRANCE
Great trouble, the necessity of working, physical ills, have interfered with my proceedings.
CHARLES BAUDELAIRE, HIS LIFETHOPHILE GAUTIER
Love episodes are responsible for most of the suicides in the young, while sickness and physical ills are the causes in the old.
ESSAYS IN PASTORAL MEDICINEAUSTIN MALLEY
Perhaps paciencia and amanhã have their utility, and enable the people to bear the ills they have.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET
Yes, in the name of the horrid ills that your race has made mine suffer, you shall die!
THE PILGRIM'S SHELL OR FERGAN THE QUARRYMANEUGNE SUE
Will you hazard so desperate a step, while any portion of the ills you fly from, have no real existence?
KEY-NOTES OF AMERICAN LIBERTYVARIOUS
"With all the ills the flesh is heir to," true health is a chimera, an existing state unknown to man.
TYRANNY OF GODJOSEPH LEWIS

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