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relieving

[ri′lēv·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Treating an embossed metal surface with an abrasive to reveal the base-metal color on the elevations or highlights of the surface.
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If the relieving nurse or midwife takes leave before the minimum period has been reached, the five days calculation starts from the day the nurse returns to work.
We're just really enthused about the fact that we're relieving the overcrowding,'' school board member Jon Lauritzen said Monday at the groundbreaking ceremony in Panorama City.
The traditional practice of relieving the back face of the die is very effective in terms of establishing a uniform velocity at the die exit, but has the undesirable tendency to cause flow of rubber from thin sections of the die, where it is most needed, into adjacent thick sections.
Effective communication between the employer and the employee and the proper atmosphere in place is critical to relieving stress in the workplace.
The goals of hip replacement surgery are to improve mobility by relieving pain and improve function of the hip joint.
Two years later, the partnership successfully refinanced the mortgage with a different lender, thereby relieving the taxpayer of any potential liability associated with the partnership's mortgage.
That means that withholding or withdrawing medical treatment can be euthanasia, yet not every case of withholding or withdrawing medical treatment that results in death (with the motive of relieving suffering) is an instance of euthanasia.
The development of new drugs does not rule out alternative or complementary approaches to relieving pain.
This will go a long way toward relieving boredom and tedium in the profession.