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mild

Brit draught beer, of darker colour than bitter and flavoured with fewer hops
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A remarkable fact, characteristic of the country west of the Rocky Mountains, is the mildness and equability of the climate.
And, after one or two strange plunges, quite of his own invention, the pony yielded to Mr Abel's mildness, and trotted gently off.
He replied with his accustomary mildness to all her inquiries, but without satisfying her in any.
If mildness were the more natural expression of such a combination of features, it was plain, that in the present instance, the exercise of habitual superiority, and the reception of general homage, had given to the Saxon lady a loftier character, which mingled with and qualified that bestowed by nature.
There was so much serenity, coolness, mildness even, in the voice of the young man, that Milady felt reassured.
BY MIKE WALTERS JAVI GRACIA worked in temperatures of -20 degrees in his last job - so he has relished the relative mildness of the "Beast from the East".
Besides that, her early death also contributed to her popularity,' she said and added that Parveen had a unique mildness in her poetry unlike Kishwar Naheed and Fahmida Riaz.
APGs are surfactants used for mildness and foam improvement in personal care applications like facial wash, body wash and shampoo.
It is characterized by its mildness due to the lack of spices.
Since the launch of the Dove brand in 1957, we have been wholly committed to providing products to women and men that deliver superior care mildness and moisturization.
The mildness of inflation, rather than growth in Gross National Product, is the real reason for the drops in poverty and hunger in the last few years.
The lineup goes beyond mildness to help replenish essential moisture and nutrients in baby's skin, according to the company.