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to give hope to in time of grief or pain

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a small table fixed to a wall or designed to stand against a wall

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a scientific instrument consisting of displays and an input device that an operator can use to monitor and control a system (especially a computer system)

an ornamental scroll-shaped bracket (especially one used to support a wall fixture)

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housing for electronic instruments, as radio or television

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Sections of the new portal include Career Guidance, which provides a link between users and consolers through phone, email, live chat or the advice section; Occupation, which provides different search options that assist users in finding details of the occupations available in the market; and Library, which displays the status of books that are lent out to the users.
Salute Your Solution is the first single from the new album Consolers Of The Lonely and rocks out in typical riff-heavy style.
The Raconteurs - Consolers of the Lonely ** Rush-released with less than a week's prior notice, there were no advance copies of this album sent to journalists or radio stations, and each format - vinyl, digital and CD - were released on the same day all over the world.
THE RACONTEURS - CONSOLERS OF THE LONELY Jack White's influence is much more apparent than on the super group's debut, with a few of the tracks reminiscent of White Stripes' tunes - the opening title track owes more than a little to the Detroit duo's Ball And A Biscuit.
There are psychological consolers who work on observing the children's social behavior--which could either be withdrawn or aggressive--and let them express their negatives emotions by playing and drawing," said Odeh.
One gets the uneasy feeling, listening to the president, that the role military chaplains play in Dreher's life is provided for Bush by his evangelical counselors and consolers.
King sees the humanist consolers as most helpful and most original not in their arguments for consolation but rather in their detailed narrative of otherwise unknown information about the members of the Marcello family.
Sir Penetrans and his fellows were traditionally consolers, exploiters or seducers of women and, indeed, of widows.
In the same framework, Deputy Joumblat- surrounded by his two Sons, Taymour and Aslan- and in the presence of Deputy Talal Arslan, received Tuesday morning scores of consolers at Clemenceau residence, mainly Speaker of the House, Nabih Berri, Outgoing Prime Minister, Najib Mikati, Prime Minister-designate, Tammam Salam, Saudi Ambassador, Ali Awad Asiri, Britain's Ambassador, Tom Fletcher, the Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations, Derek Plumbly, and a delegation of the "Democratic Renewal" Movement.
They've released two albums Broken Boy Soldiers and last year's Consolers of the Lonely.