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The treaty which I now submit to you proposes no alteration, mitigation, or modification of the rules of the law of nations.

The defendant's counsel, abandoning all idea of justification, pleaded only for a mitigation of damages.

On the way he again began wondering how Katusha would receive the news of the mitigation of her sentence.

ResurrectionLeo Tolstoy

Again, it cannot be answered that the principle of correlation may be drawn upon in mitigation of the difficulty.

She had no expectation of finding in it any mitigation of her lost lovers conduct; any plea for pardon or even for pity.

The only mitigation allowed to them was that their servants were permitted to attend upon them.

Do ye make an alehouse of my lady's house, that ye squeak out your cozier's catches without any mitigation or remorse of voice?

Shakespeare and MusicEdward W. Naylor

This Convention had for its object the mitigation of the horrors of war, and every European nation was represented at it.

Paroxysms of agony followed these reflections, for which there seemed no mitigation.

Might possibly the something take the shape of a change or mitigation of Paolina's resolve?

A SirenThomas Adolphus Trollope

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