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remission
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Don Quixote
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  • …one end of it a gallows, and a sort of tribunal, where four judges commonly sat to administer the law which the lord of river, bridge and the lordship had enacted, and which was to this effect, ’If anyone crosses by this bridge from one side to the other he shall declare on oath where he is going to and with what object; and if he swears truly, he shall be allowed to pass, but if falsely, he shall be put to death for it by hanging on the gallows erected there, without any remission.’

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  • Her cancer is in remission.
  • After five years of treatment, the drug appeared to chase the cancer into remission.
    Mitch Albom  --  Tuesdays with Morrie

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