Relieve


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Relieve

To assist any overloaded member by any construction device, such as a discharging arch placed above an opening.

relieve

To lighten a color in order to reduce its intensity.
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A new French Catholic elementary school for 308 students to relieve accommodation pressure.
Ello da pie a destacar el papel que los procesos de meteorizacion han jugado en la evolucion del relieve.
Ginger This spice relieves nausea, morning sickness, travel sickness, dizziness and wind, thanks to its soothing effect on the digestive tract.
When the core is partially retracted the initial stresses building up between the still molten center of the part and the cooling skin are allowed to relieve themselves.
3) Handmade silk eye pillow with herbal u helps relieve stress and insomnia, $29, by WishingFish.
For hundreds of years, the leaf and flower of boneset were widely used in the treatment of influenza, to reduce fevers, relieve the body pains that accompany high fever, break up lung congestion, and soothe spasmodic coughing.
This may explain why chamomile tea as an herbal medicine helps relieve colds.
Since one in five prescriptions is unnecessary, and many more can be avoided, we are helping relieve the pollution of our water that occurs when drugs are flushed.
Why can't bishops, too, repent to right the wrongs and relieve these suffering members for Christ's sake?
While it is unlikely that Botox will be resubmitted to the FDA for specific approval to relieve MS-related spasticity or bladder problems such as DSD, some MS doctors have begun to prescribe it.
Chayka says both the employee and employer have a responsibility to relieve stress in the workplace.
The Silipos[R] soft, All Gel Metatarsal Pad helps to relieve the pain of fat pad atrophy, metatarsalgia and Morton's neuroma.