total relief

total relief

[′tōd·əl ri′lēf]
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Who is that person who desires a hotel where he can consummate relaxation, total relief from stress and value of service for one's hard earned money?
The total relief material carried would sustain approximately 5,000 persons for over a period of seven days.
The increased number of recipients benefitting from total relief under the scheme, which removes or reduces their rates bills rose to 226 million - an increase of 46 million from 180 million from last year.
It is a ratio of total relief of the drainage basin to the total length of basin determined along the principal drainage line [17].
After a while, that became an escape from him, a total relief for 90 minutes.
Her sister, Elizabeth Phillips, said: "It is a total relief to have her back home.
This has resulted in nearly total relief of his pain.
Instead of the $90 million value counsel assigned (without the benefit of an independent valuation), Judge Posner concluded that the total relief to the class was worth no more than $8.
But how many of my colleagues just passed a total relief tax package of $3.
The club were terrific in the way they backed me when I went down to Hampden to plead my case and when I found out the decision had gone in my favour the feeling was just total relief.

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