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The latter pitches his master's tent and relieves him of household troubles, and retires to his own boat tent when not wanted.
He then with his own hands relieves the stranger of his arms and hangs them on the wall.
LIFE OF SCHAMYLJOHN MILTON MACKIE
But against that I cannot guard, and the act of writing relieves my feelings at the moment--that is at least what I ask of it.
Rarely a front yard or blooming garden-plot relieves the dreary monotony.
An occasional thunderstorm with hail relieves the strain for a little.
One of the strongest arguments ever yet brought against bread-making is, that it relieves us from the necessity of mastication.
The presence of the Queen would have had more effect, but I am glad to think that her absence relieves her of all responsibility.
Whenever we look upon the hard realities of life through a medium that softens and relieves them—that medium is poetry.
I am simply an ornament of his life, a woman who acts as his hostess and relieves him of much trouble in social anxieties.
THE SIGN OF SILENCEWILLIAM LE QUEUX
It is an emotion possessed by man alone,—the happy light that relieves the dark picture of life.

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