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One of the best places to find respite from the outside world is your garden.
The train was filthy and there was no respite from the dirt and heat.
His lodgings, provided by former students, made a welcome respite after days of grueling travel.
Soon they were slogging away alongside her, into the evening and then-after a respite-returning the following morning.
Perhaps this medication can allow a similar respite for people with persistent pain for which the cause no longer exists.
It helps fuel the inspired, brings respite to the weary mind and occasionally exposes the unseen.
At midnight my temporary respite from blindness would cease, and permanent night would close in on me again.
The dealers have no respite from the continual visits and examination of the excise officers.
Realizing that there was no respite, no delay or subterfuge possible, he bravely set about his task.
TV is supposed to be a respite from the burden of human interaction, not another dysfunctional relationship.
But the respite they seek will not be found in an imagined link between vaccinations and autism.
The problem is that there was no respite from this fog.
It's a chance for respite, for taking a break from the daily pressures of work and constant digital stimulation.
It would be preferable to have some respite from buying and selling, some separation between private and public life.
At each stage, pushing the boundaries of cuisine required a respite from the demands of running a restaurant.
Perhaps, after a period of respite and a few climatic disasters, it will get going again.
And with the burden of debt and the rate of unemployment both set to rise sharply, the medium-term outlook offers little respite.
Even so, a short morning stroll was enough to leave your jean-clad correspondent longing for some chilly respite.
But burdening a heavily indebted firm with yet more debt could only ever have provided temporary respite.
They may offer a brief respite for those determined, whatever the trouble or cost, to protect themselves.
Amid the gloom, however, is some respite for the biggest manufacturers.
So there will be little respite from the dense data smog, which some researchers fear may be poisonous.
Poppy cultivation offered some respite from the trap.
Scratching brings little respite, but leaves lasting scars.
But any return to profitability would require a respite from onerous regulations, and here the prospect is mixed.
In the meantime financial markets should give the country some respite.
Moreover, they may need to defy the bowlers for a day or more with only brief respite for meals and drinks.
But the respite from bloodshed comes at a high price.
Sometimes getting away for a weekend is your only chance for a respite from the pressures of work and everyday life.
Nevertheless, the group enjoys a relaxing respite in the sun as food keeps coming to the table.
Chances are that the arrival of summer showers will give the land respite in the next month.
Respite from recognition, and from the necessity always to be onstage, the focus of a million eyes.
Consolidating early can bring your respite to an early end.
They also often need a respite from grocery shopping's drudgery.
Resources that may help with ongoing respite needs of consumers.
Helps parents, caregivers and professionals find respite services in their state and local area to match their specific needs.
Respite care is a system of temporary care to give caregivers a break with their responsibilities.
Respite is temporary care given inside or outside the home for seniors who cannot entirely care for themselves.
Family caregivers to receive federal respite support.

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