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used in Hiroshima

4 uses
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to comfort (emotionally)
  • Mr Tanimoto had no difficulty in moving chairs, hymnals, Bibles, altar gear, and church records by pushcart himself, but the organ console and an upright piano required some aid.
    One — A Noiseless Flash (14% in)
  • At the Novitiate, the motherless Kataoka children were inconsolable.
    Three — Details are being Investigated (86% in)
  • She was nervous, and any sudden noise made her put her hands quickly to her throat: Her leg still hurt; she rubbed it often and patted it, as if to console it.
    Four — Panic Grass and Feverfew (82% in)
  • There was no electricity to light their shacks, and at dusk each evening, lonely, confused, and disillusioned, they gathered in an open area near the Yokogawa railroad station to deal in the black markets and console each other.
    Five — The Aftermath (72% in)

There are no more uses of "console" in Hiroshima.

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