kiss away

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vt sep she kissed away the child’s tearssie küsste dem Kind die Tränen fort
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But he won't come--" her son laughed, stooping to kiss away her frown.
What could I do, but kiss away her tears, and tell her how I doted on her, after that!
I can sure use some of her tips to give up the not-so-functional half of my wardrobe and spark streaks of joy while I throw in another half of the husband's but I would rather be missing out on the interpersonal, psychological and life-altering benefits of minimalism than kiss away any one of my precious books that sit precariously, piled high on every inch of the burdened wooden shelves of the book cupboard.
But nobody believes she's going to kiss away staggering billions just because she's her own person.
"She has asked her mum when I will g'alc go to heaven then told me, 'Daddy, I'm going to kiss away all those naughty lumps in your head so you can live forever'.
The music is largely techno, and on the walls - under a neon signboard declaring 'XXX Shop' - hang huge posters of blood red lips puckered up to kiss away any pretension of civility under your skin.
It's hard to kiss away about one billion dollars per year.
The complications multiply, not least because of her addiction to Wuthering Heights and indeed, to a string of other literary influences: a kiss--quite a passionate one--with Joe leads to the reflection, 'Who knew all this time I was one kiss away from being Cathy and Juliet and Elizabeth Bennet and Lady Chatterley!
He was so excited that when his school took his class swimming the next day, he didn't want to get in the water because it would wash Beyonc's kiss away. But without any photographs from the concert, his friends needed some convincing .
(Happy 70th Birthday to my beautiful wife Irene, Mother, and Grandma, you're missed in the morning and each lonely day, missed in the evening when light fades away, missed in a thousand and one little ways, in every corner your memory stays, you haven't really left us, we know you never will, for deep inside our broken hearts, you're living with us still, we all wish we could be with you today to celebrate your 70th Birthday, what a party we would have had, but in our thoughts you are only a kiss away. Happy Birthday Irene.) -S till brokenhearted husband John, sons Mark, Paul, Brian, and Graham, and Families xxxxxx.
I can't put it any better than in the words of that lovely old Welsh song - 'We'll kiss away each hour of hiraeth, when you come home again to Wales'.