anodyne


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anodyne

a drug that relieves pain; analgesic
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Anodyne was one of the 15 companies honored April 15, 2015 for distinguished performance in working with Boeing.
However, the same duo did write Marching On Together for Leeds United - a song which boasts the most anodyne lyrics imaginable and will never be marked down by match delegates.
This happened if they were attempting to access any website, no matter how anodyne.
She told Newsweek: "She is made to appear absolutely anodyne.
He was just blowing the dust off the most anodyne pair of trainers in the whole shop.
I also hope that the museum will not simply present established religions in an anodyne, positive fashion, and will not shy away from documenting the many and various roles religious beliefs have played in causing or exacerbating countless social ills, such as intercommunal conflict, terrorism, forced conversion, subjugation of women, promotion of homophobia, denial of right to education, etc, etc.
The first couple of chapters review the movement of alcohol from everyday disinfectant and anodyne to a strong drug of social concern, the political history of opium, and indigenous psychoactives.
But as much as the performances were right on the (ahem) Money and the show was incredibly slick, the longer it went on, the more anodyne it felt.
Anodyne was tasked to help Boeing reduce their lead-times in the Emergent Build Center (EBC).
Sean Hogan and Jonathan Kittaka, co-creators of the computer game Anodyne, might prefer to make as much profit as they can, but meanwhile they are capitalizing on their brand recognition that's come from illegal file sharing.
However, Sir Mervyn King's honesty will be appreciated by business people, families and all others who prefer to be told the truth rather than be plied with anodyne statements that seek without success to divert attention from the problem.
It would have been easy to splurge out 300 anodyne pages but I wanted to be honest.