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Play with it, experiment and think of it in terms of energy in a nonjudgmental, compassionate way with yourself.
We have to understand how different countries are handling this, how we interact with them, how we can be compassionate with them, and how we can bring this terrible epidemic to an end as a world community.
By the time FDR won the presidency in 1932, Eleanor had metamorphized into a compassionate voice for women, minorities and people in need.
The governor also approved a Senate bill to allow certain terminally ill prison inmates to petition for compassionate release.
Historically referred to as “compassionate use,” expanded access permits a patient with a serious or life-threatening condition to try such products as a last-ditch move.
My glimpses into Ersin’s personality—curious, creative, compassionate—were confirmed.
Regeneron confirmed that the President did receive the antibody cocktail Friday morning on a compassionate-use basis.
Karl Karl'itch, on the contrary, was the personification of uncompassionate, inflexible law.
RUSSIADONALD MACKENZIE WALLACE
He is almoner to the uncompassionate, who but for him would give no alms.

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