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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Harry felt that nothing but action would assuage his feelings of guilt and grief
  • I assuaged my conscience with empty words.
  • The mem-ories swirled, silver white and strange, and without hesitating, with a feeling of reckless abandonment, as though this would assuage his torturing grief, Harry dived.

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  • The panel will have an equal number of Democrats and Republicans to help assuage concern that it could be used for political ends.
  • The police chief made a statement that assuaged many people’s worst fears.

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