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"I now have an active life and company through the day and this softened the blow of losing my husband after 50 years of marriage."
"Having been brought up in Milan it has always been an ambition to play for Scotland against Italy but I don't know if I'll get that opportunity now"Walter was good enough to phone me the day before the squad was announced so that softened the blow.
Liverpool have found an unlikely source of goals in Emile Heskey, which has softened the blow of losing both Michael Owen and Milan Baros to injury.
A company source said Suttle had been planning job cuts ever since the phasing out began of Section 936 Federal tax breaks, but the Government of Puerto Rico had softened the blow by offering other incentives to lower production costs.