"Not from vanity, as you say," I went on, "but simply that the starving peasants may not be left unrelieved and your reputation may not be injured, I feel it my moral duty to take part in your work."
To begin with, our district will be left unrelieved; and, secondly, you will have to pay for your mistakes and those of your assistants, not only with your purse, but with your reputation.
Increasingly, an unrelieved patient will have the option of having such palliative sedation.
Every minute the pressure was unrelieved lessened the chances of recovery.
He died from unrelieved swelling of the brain caused by a severe concussion and the resulting frontal lobe hematoma.
It is a memory of suffering unrelieved by strong condemnation and unequivocal recognition.
In the intellectually unrelieved context of the sports paper Dicen, Santiago Codina published some subtle interviews in which footballers said the goalposts also played but they also spoke of the hardships they had suffered in the outlying districts where they had learned to kick a ball.
It has now become very clear that in order to make a strong case for widows rights as against women's human rights more detailed information is needed on the numbers, ages, and the practices which lead so many of them into lives of unrelieved misery.
She somehow survived, with major health complications, including permanent fistula, which will condemn her to a life of exclusion from her family and unrelieved misery.