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They seem to understand that what matters most in the end is whether the patient is relieved of his suffering.
Djamo relieves that stress and even allows customers to use their cards with zero fees in a wide range of services.
I was relieved to be one step safer to the people around me in the community, all the while acknowledging that my social privilege, access to technology, and vehicle had given me a major advantage.
Across the region, children giggled under snowflakes while their parents said they were relieved to see some magic back in their lives.
The LuxFit is also helpful for relieving back pain that crops up in the course of daily life.
From that small but growing volume of research, there’s budding evidence that they do help relieve anxiety.
I was also relieved that the note to be used in case of a terrorist incident had stayed in my breast pocket.
The company says they were designed to minimize contact with the ear, to help relieve pressure.
Treat headaches with self-massageThe power of touch has also been associated with relieving tension headaches.
The teacher said they’re relieved school leadership listed to them and pushed back reopening schools for larger groups.

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