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  1. This did not allay Thomas fears.
  2. That was a way to allay that suspicion.
  3. Does that allay a few fears? he asked.
  4. Trying to allay mother’s fears I stupidly said.
  5. This seemed to allay most of our crews concerns.

  6. But that, oddly enough, helped to allay his fears.
  7. I raised my voice in a cheery shout to allay their fears.
  8. It did nothing to allay my trepidations or assuage my fears.
  9. Unexpectedly, the long tale helped allay her dread of discovery.
  10. Oh, for but a crust! for but one mouthful to allay the pang of.
  11. If nothing else, maybe a dance can allay the prince’s nerves?
  12. Hong Kong officials appreciated this and did their best to allay fears.
  13. White? I asked, trying to allay any fears she might have with a warm smile.
  14. I want to work with you on this Evette and allay any fears that you might have.
  15. He had done nothing to allay Bradford's fears and the abbot was going out of his way to please him.

  16. We needed witnesses to verify our interest in the ruins in order to allay suspicions of our presence here.
  17. Shamir responded, One of your talents was the correct choice of words to allay public outcry against your crimes.
  18. To allay this problem, each chapter is reasonably self-contained and the reader can cherrypick the topics of interest.
  19. To allay the skeptics the words “Love” and “Gratitude” have been scientifically proven to have a physical impact.
  20. But the camaraderie among those who had fought at the Whispering Woods had done a lot to allay mistrust in both directions.
  21. Who’d’ve thought Bogardus could bestow a magisterial ass-chewing? The notion delighted Rob, but didn’t allay his building anger.
  22. The inspector had been discriminately studying the faces of The Stables staff gathered, looking for one among them who would allay his fears.
  23. Furthermore it would do little to alter the obvious desperate condition of the pauper standing before him, or even allay his hunger temporarily.
  24. I really didn’t have the authority to either know, much less claim that I would return, but above all I wanted to allay her fears at all costs.
  25. Quick thinking yet again, Mohammad Amin found a different way to allay the anger of the two women, and so he joined them to play a game of cards.

  26. But Russia, as an ally, must take her place in it on such a footing as will allay to the fullest extent her possible apprehensions and satisfy her national sentiment.
  27. Truth is truth, and nothing which you can report can affect it in any way, though it may excite the emotions and allay the curiosity of a number of very ineffectual people.
  28. Jack surveyed the crowd and continued his speech, … and furthermore, we would like to allay any fears our investors may have regarding the strength of this bank moving forward.
  29. Jack called order with a stern shout, Gentleman! For the sake of a smooth transition and to allay any fears of an investor backlash, I propose we all vote for Harry’s successor.
  30. The chamber rang with applause and as there was nothing better to do than to allay the fears of the people by our example we went our ways with smiles upon our faces and sorrow gnawing at our hearts.
  31. Matthew would wait with his gear in the smaller room ready to record two more confessions, and Scumble would wait at the foot of the stairs, ready to welcome MacFife, allay his suspicions, and usher him up.
  32. She smil’d seductively, as if to allay my Fears of taking the proffer’d Bun; but two harsh Lines—or, more properly speaking, Furrows—betwixt her Eyebrows gave her a Hawk-eyed Look that put me upon my Guard.
  33. But it was especially the aspect of the three chief officers of the ship, the mates, which was most forcibly calculated to allay these colourless misgivings, and induce confidence and cheerfulness in every presentment of the voyage.
  34. Thus is the situation with all of the magicians who cannot bring themselves the money that would keep them from begging and humiliating themselves just to allay their hunger, though they are, according to their claim, the discoverers and revealers of treasures.
  35. What am I to say to him? thought Prince Andrew, looking down on the old man’s bald head shining in the sun and seeing by the expression on his face that the old man himself understood how untimely such questions were and only asked them to allay his grief.
  36. Lydgate's discontent was much harder to bear: it was the sense that there was a grand existence in thought and effective action lying around him, while his self was being narrowed into the miserable isolation of egoistic fears, and vulgar anxieties for events that might allay such fears.
  37. Still, she felt her pulse, and finding it throb violently she remembered that the best method of dispelling such illusions was to drink, for a draught of the beverage prepared by the doctor to allay her fever seemed to cause a reaction of the brain, and for a short time she suffered less.
  38. I have heard tonight similar, but even more offensive, sentiments from the person who has just sat down, and though it is a conscious effort of self-effacement to come down to that person's mental level, I will endeavor to do so, in order to allay any reasonable doubt which could possibly exist in the minds of anyone.
  39. In short, she was now as mere a machine as much wrought on, and had her motions as little at her own command, as the natural himself, who, thus broke in upon her, made her feel with a vengeance his tempestuous mettle he battered with; their active loins quivered again with the violence of their conflict, till the surge of pleasure, foaming and raging to a height, drew down the pearly shower that was, to allay this hurricane.
  40. We need to know from all the elders when the collectors are due at each settlement, once we have this information, we will call a war meeting of our captains, the collectors in our country will be our first strike, then we will attack the collectors of all of the other subject tribes, we shall strike at their supply lines where-ever we find them, this will force them to send out more patrols to apprehend us, we will kill them also, we expect no mercy and we take no prisoners, the slaves, if not Toltec, we free them or allow them to return to Teotihuacan, why should they be fed by us let them be a burden on our enemies, our best allies are terror and confusion, which we must spread among the Teoti in abundance, but first things first, we must have the timetable from the elders, we will send relatives to see them, that will allay any suspicion, mother can organise this, me and you Loka will meet with the captains one at a time and plan our separate surprises for the collectors, we want no heroics, no hand to hand nonsense, kill with the arrow and lance, officers first, strike hard and fast, this is a struggle for our very existence, we head the slaves back to Teotihuacan and melt into the country side, no celebrations, quick, clean, then gone.
  41. Then, her distraction to allay,.
  1. No; that does not satisfy me! I exclaimed: and indeed there was something in the hasty and unexplanatory reply which, instead of allaying, piqued my curiosity more than ever.
  2. But the governments cannot leave the nations alone, that is, in peaceful relations among themselves, because the chief, if not the only justification of the existence of the governments consists in making peace between the nations, that is, in allaying their hostile relations.
  3. On my affording an opportunity, through the medium of the currency of the realm, of the allaying, at a later period, this beneficial evil, one of the men remarked,.
  1. When Lydgate had allayed Mrs.
  2. How was the irritation allayed?
  3. Geza allayed some of our concerns as well:.
  4. Arjun replies that his ignorance is allayed and that.
  5. Perhaps, even keep allayed her tortured sub-conscious.
  6. His thirst allayed, he attacked the food before him with rare gusto.
  7. That allayed my fears and I told Andy he could do whatever he pleased.
  8. But the fever, allayed for an instant, gradually resumed possession of him.
  9. He would have withdrawn from the feast had not the noise of voices allayed the smart.
  10. I hope I have allayed your fears and you will continue to read with a slower, more steady heartbeat now.
  11. The presence of the ironclad in the Pacific allayed the fears of the people and gave assurance of their.
  12. Eventually, her worst fears were allayed when he bustled in to the flat, face flushed and wearing a broad grin.
  13. Unquenchable—Incapable of being quenched, extinguished or allayed (Encyclopedic Dictionary, page 987, Vol.
  14. Even if he had been certain that all the progressives were fools like him, it would not have allayed his uneasiness.
  15. Alexei relayed his feelings regarding the female; she was very frightened of him at first, but he had allayed her fears.
  16. Another put in a rider that the thirst then generated was such that even the time which had elapsed had not completely allayed it.
  17. That in consequence of this mode of treatment, the pain was immediately allayed, and the consequent inflammation and intumescence were prevented.
  18. He was already in a state of keen sensitiveness and hardly allayed agitation on the subject of ties in the past, and his presentiments were not agreeable.
  19. The pain had been allayed for Dorothea, but it had left in her an awakened conjecture as to what Lydgate's marriage might be to him, a susceptibility to the slightest hint about Mrs.
  20. On the third day, however, the proposition was accepted, the fears of the peasants having been allayed by an old woman who explained the master's action by the suggestion that he began to think of saving his soul.
  21. Giselle, by her fair but warm beauty, by the surface placidity of her nature holding a promise of submissiveness, by the charm of her girlish mysteriousness, excited his passion and allayed his fears as to the future.
  22. Cosette joined in his laughter, all her lugubrious suppositions were allayed, and the next morning, as she was at breakfast with her father, she made merry over the sinister garden haunted by the shadows of iron chimney-pots.
  23. If you are willing to wait for a declaration of war till the fourth Monday in May, will there be any necessity of declaring it before the first Monday in June or July? You have suffered the public mind to assuage in its resentment, and I very much doubt, that before a full experiment be made of the embargo, it will be wholly allayed.
  24. The frock was of light silk, and clung to her with wet, and her feet were protected merely by thin slippers; add to this a deep cut under one ear, which only the cold prevented from bleeding profusely, a white face scratched and bruised, and a frame hardly able to support itself through fatigue; and you may fancy my first fright was not much allayed when I had had leisure to examine her.
  25. The frock was of light silk, and clung to her with wet, and her feet were protected merely by thin slippers; add to this a deep cut under one ear, which only the cold prevented from bleeding profusely, a white face scratched and bruised, and a frame hardly able to support itself, through fatigue; and you may fancy my first fright was not much allayed when I had had leisure to examine her.
  26. But when a man's pulse is healthy and temperate, and when before going to sleep he has awakened his rational powers, and fed them on noble thoughts and enquiries, collecting himself in meditation; after having first indulged his appetites neither too much nor too little, but just enough to lay them to sleep, and prevent them and their enjoyments and pains from interfering with the higher principle--which he leaves in the solitude of pure abstraction, free to contemplate and aspire to the knowledge of the unknown, whether in past, present, or future: when again he has allayed the passionate element, if he has a quarrel against any one--I say, when, after pacifying the two irrational principles, he rouses up the third, which is reason, before he takes his rest, then, as you know, he attains truth most nearly, and is least likely to be the sport of fantastic and lawless visions.
  27. His concerns were slightly allayed,.
  1. Corrects acidity of the stomach, allays fever and gently operates upon the bowels.

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