alleviator


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Synonyms for alleviator

a therapist who makes suffering more endurable

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remedy that alleviates pain without curing

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It is argued that by looking at CSR there is an opportunity to emphasize MNC's role as a poverty alleviator by shifting the attention, not in macro patterns, but in micro levels of analysis of actual response of MNCs (Kolk & Van Tulder, 2006, p.
5) to create the B-rhyme for "oracion" and "saluacion" but also to emphasize the eucharistic union with Christ as an alleviator of the reader's earthly separation from the divine presence.
Nevertheless I ama strong believer that keeping active is a good alleviator of the problem and that far too many people believe that being inactive solves the problem when it can actually make matters worse.
Following a brief look at the literature it became apparent that humour is used constructively in many healthcare settings across the USA as an alleviator of stress.
In his obituary of her in 1939, Xuma referred to Maxeke as "a woman of refinement, culture and education; a devoted wife, a loving mother, a fine judge of human nature, a sympathetic healer and an alleviator of human misery.
Above all, for net food buyers-who are a growing majority of the urban poor, and in Asia and Latin America they are also the rural poor-"high prices in years of low output" are the cause of strain fro m these damaging fluctuation-stresses, not its alleviator.