compassionate


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Synonyms for compassionate

Synonyms for compassionate

concerned with human welfare and the alleviation of suffering

to experience or express compassion

Synonyms for compassionate

showing or having compassion

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About the NCCY Award The Schwartz Center National Compassionate Caregiver of the Year (NCCY) Award is a national recognition program that elevates excellence in compassionate healthcare.
They found modest changes in compassionate love from pre to post intervention.
If someone who is serving a sentence in prison suffers the loss of a loved one in their immediate family, then of course that person should be considered for compassionate bail.
Over the next two years she regularly "killed off" various relatives and was given further compassionate leaves before an investigation uncovered the truth, by which time she had been given 66 days off.
The book focuses on the importance of leadership and nurturing a compassionate culture and values in nursing in order to ensure the delivery of high-quality, person-centred, compassionate care where the art of nursing as well as the underpinning science is alive and well.
As the right abandoned compassionate conservatism, social and religious conservatives, who had played a key role in Bush's reelection, grew dismayed at the subordination of their issues to fiscal and national-security policy.
Supporters of unlimited social programs want us to have a compassionate government, but compassion is a human trait, and expecting our government to be compassionate for us is a copout.
The Scottish Government is considering a request by al-Megrahi to be released on compassionate grounds, and a separate request for him to be transferred from Greenock prison to complete his sentence in a Libyan jail.
It makes me sick, and if there is a compassionate release then I think that is vile.
Susan Cohen, whose only child 20-year-old Theodora was one of 35 Syracuse University students on Pan Am flight 103, said any suggestion that Megrahi should be freed on compassionate grounds was ''vile''.
The only way round that is if the transfer is granted on compassionate grounds.
Managers have two kinds of compassionate leave to supervise.
And, finally, I try to see myself through the eyes of that loving, compassionate God.
The Santa Clarita Chapter of Compassionate Friends will be part of a worldwide candle-lighting ceremony at 6:30 p.
The judge graciously obliged, demonstrating compassionate conservatism at its warmhearted best.