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mercy

(mĕr′sē) [L. merces, reward]
In medicine, the compassionate provision of relief or mitigation of physical pain, mental suffering, or psychological distress.
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Thus, there is no surprise that Mercy manifests itself in the month that God created for Himself.
NAN reports that the other housemates gave resounding applause when Ike and Mercy went to get the Head of House brief together in the diary room.
Mercy's husband said, "The path has been of faith and you have been the gem on my cup, thank God I met the most wonderful human being, my wife Mercy Masika.
"I asked Bishop John if we could take a Mercy Bus and have priests hearing confessions on the top deck, with the friends of Divine Mercy Scotland offering Divine Mercy chaplets, miraculous medals and other literature."
Giving overview of the PROSPECTs program, Mercy Corps PROSPECTS Program Manager Nyema Richards extended gratitude to business centers for the employment of some participants who benefited recently from Mercy Corps program.
In 2012, One filed a complaint for annulment of title with damages against Mercy, Toff, spouses Julie and Ferdie, and the Register of Deeds of Quezon City before the RTC of Quezon City.
'In order for Mercy Malaysia to qualify to be categorized as one of the eligible groups of zakat, we have also held discussions with zakat centres and the State Islamic Religious Council with emphasis on humanitarian issues and medical aid being channelled.
We have been asked to greet each other with the salutation, 'May Allah shower His Mercy upon you.'
At the Divine Mercy Shrine in Mandaluyong City, hourly high masses will be celebrated from 6 a.m.
21,2018, the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas celebrated the 175th anniversary of their arrival in Pittsburgh, where the seven sisters led by Mother Frances Xavier Warde opened schools and established the first hospital in Pittsburgh.
By joining with Mercy, the orthopedic clinics will be able to accept more types of insurance and gain access to a large network of resources and providers.