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[*] Whose vices are not allayed with a single virtue
Stanfield sprang upon him, plunged his knife into his throat, and allayed his raging hunger by drinking his blood: A fire was instantly kindled beside the carcass, when the two hunters cooked, and ate again and again, until, perfectly gorged, they sank to sleep before their hunting fire.
By degrees their fears were allayed by kind treatment; but they continued to regard the strangers with a mixture of awe and wonder, for it was the first time in their lives they had ever seen a white man.
STRIKES have been averted at a major north-east gas terminal after discussions "allayed" workers' fears over health and safety.
Islamabad -- Just like former finance minister Asad Umar another PTI leader Ghulam Sarwar Khan has also refused to take new ministry of Aviation saying that he will not take new ministry till his reservations are allayed.
We believe that by registering our presence in the South, some of these wild allegations and misconceptions about the product will be allayed, since the people here will have the opportunity of feeling the product,' he argued.
A top official with the Federal Reserve has allayed concerns that Fed officials could be replaced by machines.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines on Tuesday allayed fears of human rights abuses amid President Rodrigo Duterte's call to extend martial law in Mindanao until the end of the year.