v. t.1.To assuage.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Organisers are also keen to as- suage concerns that Indian and Japanese corporates will use the trade corridor to dump cheap exports onto fragile African manufacturers.
Banias said quarrying would be suspended in the Aganan, Jalaur, Sibalom, Suage and Ulian river systems.
Volatue fatty acids and alcohol determination in digestive contents, suage juices, bacterial cultures and anaerobic fermentor contents.
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* The retail sale of certain essential oils, expressly specified by regulations, are reserved to pharmacies, including those essences made of absinth, armoise, cedar, hyssop, suage, tanaisie, thuya.
Meanwhile, Singson also reported that "Yolanda" had damaged the San Roque bridge in Palo, Leyte, and Suage bridge along the Iloilo-Capiz road.
Flanquee d'un orchestre de jeunes musiciens, mais bien cossus artistiquement, la jeune [beaucoup moins que] andalouse [beaucoup plus grand que], qui, contrairement aux suages, ne porte pas d'instrument, a fait montre d'une force vocale assez notable.