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solace

(sŏ′lăs)
An object or resource that soothes pain or mental stress. In children a teddy bear or a “security” blanket may provide solace. In later life, one's spouse, a friend, or a hobby may be a source of comfort and security.
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Solace's portfolio of brands range from hemp-infused consumer cosmetics and daily use products to hemp-infused pet health & wellness products (including the Apawthecary Pets line, Canada's leading hemp-infused pet brand).
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This partnership with Solace enables us to further expand our 'connected' value to the data domain, where one-stop connectivity can be provided, from the edge to the cloud," said Takashi Sato, General Manager, Digital Services Solution Division, NEC Corporation.
The CEO of Solace Media and Entertainment, Mr Soji Best, says all is set for the event and that it will give fast-rising artistes in Ibadan and beyond a platform to rise in the industry, as well as carve a niche for them in the industry.
'With Solace Cloud, we are able to spin up message brokers with just a few clicks,' said Zac Kwan, technical lead, ChatQ.
Hollis "While it is of little solace at present, the process of identifying the root causes of our circumstances started long ago and the focus now has to be looking forward and making sure lessons have been learnt.
NO SMALL SOLACE: Ameer with young patients at Solace.
After reaching a dead end investigating a series of bizarre murders, Solace sees FBI agent Joe Merriweather turn to retired doctor John Clancy (Anthony Hopkins) who is gifted with psychic abilities to help solve the case.
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THE BOOK THIEF Friday, Sky Movies Premiere, 8pm PREMIERE Sent to live with foster couple Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson in the winter of 1938, Sophie Nelisse (above) finds solace in books as the evil of National Socialism takes over her Bavarian town.
She can take some solace in the fact Eamon Gilmore's resignation won the party some brownie points from supporters.