grieve


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to cause suffering or painful sorrow to

to feel, show, or express grief

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cause to feel sorrow

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44 miles of 8-inch pipe, which begins at Grieve Station, the receipt point for the Grieve Field oil production, and terminates at Platte Station in Mountain View.
Whether you need to grieve in words or silence, in solitude or in company with others, "Grieving with Your Whole Heart" provides compassionate guidance from across spiritual traditions will meet you where you are, helping you find wholeness and a renewed vision of yourself and the world.
Elk Petroleum Ltd (the Company or Elk) is pleased to advise that it has entered into a non-binding Letter of Intent (LOI) with Denbury Onshore LLC (Denbury) for the restructuring of the Grieve CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Project (Grieve Project).
GARETH Harwood and Liam Grieve (Cleckheaton Moorend) won the Elland Bowling Association's Open Pairs Trophy, sponsored by Briggs Priestley Ltd, with a close 15-13 victory over Micheal Briggs and Shiela Butterworth (Laurel Crescent) at Halifax BC.
ATTORNEY General Dominic Grieve has said claims UK troops abused Iraqis during the Gulf War had been "thoroughly dealt with" as an abandoned investigation was reopened.
Dale Grieve insists he is happy to wait for his big break at Glasgow Rocks after spending most of his rookie season on the bench.
Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP visited the Occupied Palestinian Territories to discuss judicial issues with the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian legal community.
Mehringer says, “As a grief counselor, I see it all the time in the personal struggles of my clients: our society doesn't permit us to grieve.
Please stop the lies and give this child some room to breathe and grieve," he added.
Nurses grieve the loss of their patient on a personal level, especially (a) when the relationship was based on mutuality and reciprocity, (b) when this was an initial death early in one's career; (c) when coping strategies include spirituality and caring rituals; and (d) when the understanding of professionalism requires compartmentalization (Gerow, 2010).
This newly gained understanding has the potential to guide nephrology nursing practice, as nurses use the humanbecoming theory to bear witness to those suffering from end stage renal disease, as they grieve.
The chief constable was joined by Interpol and, Europol as well as Police Minister Vernon Coaker MP, Bill Hughes, the Director General of the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) and Prof John Grieve of the John Grieve Centre for Policing and Community Safety.
2 : to cause grief to <Her tears seemed to grieve the kind-hearted Munchkins .