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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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If the reliever has no effect, call for the doctor or an ambulance.
Currently, the company is working on a new OTC analgesic, which it believes could provide an alternative to current OTC pain relievers.
NEW YORK -- Dodgers left-hander Joe Beimel, one of the club's most reliable relievers throughout the regular season, was left off the roster for the National League Division Series after severely cutting the little finger of his pitching hand during a freak accident in his hotel room here Monday night, requiring 10 stitches.
Of the 3,554 respondents between the ages of 12 and 75, 60 percent said that they used an over-the-counter pain reliever in the previous 30 days.
Pain has been in the headlines lately, ever since two of the most common prescription pain relievers, rofecoxib (Vioxx) and valdecoxib (Bextra), were pulled from the market when studies found they could increase the risk of heart attack.
Misuse of O-T-C pain relievers has been linked to such medical problems as gastrointestinal bleeding, ulcers and liver damage.
If you feel you only need to take a pain reliever occasionally and this adequately treats your pain, OxyContin is NOT the right drug for you.
WHEN SEARLE DECIDED IN JANUARY 1998 to launch Celebrex, a chronic pain reliever, the U.
Because of naproxen's good record as a pain reliever with relatively few side effects, the FDA approved naproxen sodium (which works faster than plain naproxen) as an OTC pain reliever.
Nutra Pharma has introduced Nyloxin OTC, an over-the-counter pain reliever, that will be marketed and sold through international distribution channels alongside the Company's prescription pain reliever, Nyloxin Rx.
Nutra Pharma Corp said Nyloxin is an over-the-counter (OTC) pain reliever clinically proven to treat moderate to severe (stage two) chronic pain.
Not one reliever the Dodgers brought to Los Angeles from Vero Beach remains on the active roster, and aside from Tomko, no one in the current bullpen even started the year with the Dodgers.