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    1. My reunion with Lovern, curative moments of talk and love, would have to wait

    2. They knew that their brother was desperately sick, and though they hardly dared hope that Jesus would leave his work of teaching and preaching to come to their assistance, they had such confidence in his power to heal disease that they thought he would just speak the curative words, and Lazarus would immediately be made whole

    3. He is curative to the nation, like medicine

    4. Every day at home she diligently performed the entire complex of curative gymnastics recommended by the chiropractor

    5. had curative powers, and a few perhaps came for a period of convalescence, but when the

    6. The earth plays the baptismal blood immersion burial as “a curative rite:

    7. cupping to relieve coughs reported a curative response in 35 of 41 patients

    8. Nonetheless, no evidence currently suggests that dietary changes are curative for

    9. The odd-looking roots and fungi might have curative properties but that didn't mean they couldn't be produced as damning evidence in a witchcraft trial

    10. Nature has endowed the body with curative

    11. ‘The sea will help,’ and she explained, with the help of Nadia, how the Azov Sea was half salt water from the Black Sea and half fresh water from the River Don and how it had special curative properties and that we should take a picnic and bathe there and that she would give us sunflower seeds and tomatoes and corn and that we could buy bread and wine and cheese in the shop which was nearby and would open if we banged loud enough on the door

    12. and curative effects of the extract that I had developed

    13. Yet, in spite of its 350 acres of gardens, lawns, woods, and walking paths, its well-trained staff and comfortable surroundings, there would be no curative treatment for Rosemary

    14. He believed that time in the wilderness provided “a lasting curative and civilizing value,” and he spent twenty-five years advocating for the PCT, though when he died in 1957 the trail was still only a dream

    15. principle that he who would heal others must himself be whole, and looks askance at the curative powers of the man whose own case is beyond the reach of his drugs

    16. ONE OF HIS MOTHER’S ANTIQUATED BELIEFS involved the curative power of manual labor, and though she framed it as a favor he could do for her, he knew she was thinking of it the other way around when she asked him, at breakfast, to mow the north pasture

    17. Florentino Ariza was never very conscious of that curative journey

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    Synonyms for "curative"

    curative cure remedy therapeutic alterative healing remedial sanative antidote medication medicine restorative physic specific

    "curative" definitions

    a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain

    tending to cure or restore to health