Respite Definition

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1. A carers group might help, but what about some form of respite care for both the carer and the son? 1
2. A private care home in my constituency accepted an elderly lady for respite care. 1
3. A second stroke followed without respite, and she squealed at the strange torment it brought to her twin moons. 1
4. Admitting some one to hospital for respite care permits review of their problems - medical or otherwise - and drug regimens. 1
5. And now the archers were shooting at will, selecting their targets where they best offered, without haste and without respite. 1
6. And now the archers were shooting at will, selecting their targets where they best offered, without haste and without respite.This website/shooting.html 1
7. Any possibility of further reductions in respite care should be strenuously resisted. 1
8. At last darkness arrived and with it respite for the Fleet and convoy, and welcomed rest for the aircrews. 1
9. At Macy's Plaza, a pianist gracefully serenades shoppers and a fountain offers a soothing respite from the pounding sidewalks outside. 1
10. Away form the sight of thy face my heart knows no rest nor respite, and my work becomes an endless toil in a shoreless sea of toil. 1
11. Away from the sight of thy face my heart knows no rest nor respite, and my work becomes an endless toil in a shoreless sea of toil. 1
12. But environmentalists will cheer that, at last, there may be some respite for the world's dwindling resources and hard-pressed ecosystems. 1
13. But if the laws were repealed tomorrow, most of the nations of the world would make no move to take advantage of the respite, and any that did would be in danger of finding their credit vanishing. 1
14. But the success brought only a short respite. 1
15. But this proved to be a temporary respite, and by 1921 registered unemployment was over 2 million. 1
16. Calcavecchia was again first out in the afternoon and he gave poor Meshiai no respite, scoring 66 to a 73. 1
17. Changing your grip may bring temporary respite, or calamity. 1
18. CNN: The torch arrival in Beijing allows the government a brief respite before the relay sets off on a problematic, monthlong world tour. 1
19. Counselling, information and advice giving, respite from caring on a regular basis can all help. 1
20. Coupled with the financial implications if carers decided they could no longer shoulder this burden the case for supporting respite care becomes overwhelming. 1
21. Devaluation would only give the economy a brief respite. 1
22. Elsewhere, even such fragile respite is rare, the production deleting all possibilities of redemption or relief. 1
23. En route, the bloodshed in Bihar stopped him. Without respite, he toured the province. 1
24. Fighting back seasickness, Jeff Whitworth, an ex-Marine, got a welcome respite. 1
25. Fighting ceased only with the advent of darkness - but the respite was to be brief. 1
26. Follow this to a brief respite and winding shed. 1
27. For most people at Cu Chi, the traditional Tet truce was anticipated as a welcome respite. 1
28. For the Dwarfs it was a much needed respite. 1
29. For the next five days we had no respite. 1
30. Fortunately the next twenty four-hours, day seventy-eight, allowed some respite. 1
 

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List of Suffixes

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