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Verb(1) heal or recover(2) get healthy again(3) provide a cure for, make healthy again
(1) Liu also reiterated the need for China and Japan to continue talks to heal their rift over bilateral history.(2) Enlargement is more than just an historic opportunity to heal the post-war division of Europe.(3) Of course, his wife will also be pregnant because that obviously will heal the psychological torment and guilt John feels over the loss of his son.(4) What a patient weighs on a scale does not adequately represent his or her health or ability to heal a wound.(5) But when I was bitten, while picking some herbs to heal a sick friend, they made me one of their Elders.(6) The Guru helped to heal many sick people, naturally coming in contact with so many people every day, the Guru was also infected and taken seriously ill.(7) You know you're going to heal and hey look at that, that blood is good and red and healthy isn't it so you're going to heal very quickly.(8) Their departure will allow two new people the opportunity to attempt to heal the sluggish economy.(9) Looking at my siblings, who had been separated for 38 years, I wondered if time would heal the pain we all shared.(10) It will probably take a while for him to recover his strength and heal his wounds.(11) Fortunately, once a sufferer finds out what is wrong with them and sticks to a gluten-free diet, the intestine can heal and good health returns.(12) Love, and the expression of it, is a medicine to heal the pain of oppression, hatred, lovelessness and colonization.(13) From now until I die, I will be nothing more to my pride than a means to heal pain and agony.(14) Thirdly, we should do what will go a long way to heal the agony of the Hindus.(15) For many Muslims, it has been a haven where they could come to heal the traumas and persecution they experienced in their home countries.(16) But I say to you, there is no Democratic or Republican way to heal a sick child.
(1) to heal :: i wella
1. make better ::
2. get better ::
3. alleviate ::
4. put right ::
5. bring around ::
yn dod o gwmpas
6. mend ::
Different Formsheal, healed, healer, healers, healing, heals
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